MARTHAM: Nursery rhymes chime with festival-goers
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A Nursery Rhyme Flower Festival was held over the scarecrow festival weekend, in Martham Methodist Church.
Hundreds of people viewed the 16 arrangements which completed the competition, and enjoyed the refreshments available.
The competition answers to the two less well known rhymes were: “Five little ducks went swimming one day” and “If all the world were paper and all the sea was ink, If all the trees were bread and cheese what would we have to drink”.
The winner was Rachel Cossey.
Thanks are extended to all who helped and supported the weekend when £1,681 was raised for church funds.
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