Press Release: Two more churches sign up for Isle of Man Flower Festival

Flower Festival genericTwo more churches have signed up to take part in the 2014 Isle of Man Flower Festival – taking the total number to 24.

St George’s Church in Douglas and Marown Parish Church are now set to participate in the festival, which runs from July 3to 9.

It was already set to be bigger than ever, before the new venues were added to the list.

This year’s festival will see flower displays, crafts and photographs at a number of churches and Manx National Heritage sites around the Island.

Distribution of flyers for the event has begun.

There is also an opportunity for businesses to become involved by sponsoring banners that will be on display outside participating churches.

Anyone interested in sponsoring banners – or requiring further information – should call Judy Matthew on 835073 or Jean Clifton on 823420.

The participating venues are: Kirk Braddan Parish Church; the Nunnery chapel, Douglas; St Thomas’s Church, Douglas; St George’s Church, Douglas; Marown Parish Church; Onchan Elim Pentecostal; Christ Church, Laxey; Waterloo Road Methodist Church, Ramsey; St Paul’s Church, Ramsey; St Olave’s Church, North Ramsey; Grove Museum, Ramsey; Bride Methodist Chapel; St Bridget’s, Bride;  St Jude’s Chapel, St Jude’s;  St Stephen’s Church, Sulby;  St German’s Cathedral, Peel; Holy Trinity, Patrick; Glen Maye Chapel; Kerrowkeill Methodist Chapel; St Mark’s Church, St Mark’s;  Kirk Malew (St Lupas), Malew; the Old Grammar School, Castletown; St Columba’s RC Church, Port Erin; St Peter’s Church, Cregneash.

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