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Pixies spread floral magic

PUBLISHED: 12:33 16 March 2010 | UPDATED: 08:54 02 July 2010

Gardening

Gardening "Pixies" from Sparhawk Infant and Nursery School

Sam Emanuel

Gnomes and pixies have been helping to make the city beautiful with plants and flowers.

The children, from Sparhawk Infant and Nursery School in Sprowston, have been wearing the pixie hats, which came from the floral float in the 2005 Lord Mayor's Procession, and using their green fingers to benefit the city with the help of the Friends of Norwich in Bloom.

Gnomes and pixies have been helping to make the city beautiful with plants and flowers.

The children, from Sparhawk Infant and Nursery School in Sprowston, have been wearing the pixie hats, which came from the floral float in the 2005 Lord Mayor's Procession, and using their green fingers to benefit the city with the help of the Friends of Norwich in Bloom.

Their next appearance will be at the Spring Daffodil Competition at The Assembly House which they are entering on March 27. Displays can be viewed by the public from 11.30am to 3.30pm.


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