Monday, 17 March 2014 14:41

Bridges Spring Flowers.

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The Monmouth Floral society are replacing Bridges winter floral displays today ready for the spring/Summer.  All the floral displays are arranged by Monmouth floral society and certainly keeps the rooms and fireplaces looking great. Their efforts are much appreciated and the work that they do is fantastic.”

Did you know…?

….the two pedestals in the Ballroom were donated by Monmouth Floral society in memory of two of their former members.  Sheila Thorneycroft who was the Chairman and one of the founder members of Monmouth Floral Society and Margaret Weaver who was the Chairman of Monmouth Floral Society for many years, she was an amazing and good woman.  (Information provided by Ceri McDonald member of Monmouth Floral Society and volunteer who helps arrange the  Flowers at Bridges)  


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