Wistaston & District Flower Club
Contact the Club
Caryn Murray (Secretary) can be contacted by calling 07530 682196 or by using our contact form.
The meetings normally take place at Wistaston Memorial Hall, Church Lane, Wistaston, CW2 8ER, starting at 2.30 pm unless stated otherwise.
Monthly meetings take place on 1st Wednesday, (except January & November).
Our March 2021 Newsletter is available to read below or you can view or download it as a PDF here.
Special Online Event - “The Colours of Life” with Debbie Davies - Wed 5th May 2021.
Wistaston Flower Club and Eddisbury & Sandiway Flower Club proudly presents an evening with Debbie Davies “The Colours of Life” “a virtual flower demonstration” on Wednesday 5th May 2021 at 7.30pm. Debbie had just won second place with her entry into the NAFAS Virtual Show.
Members free Visitors £5. For further information contact Jean Jones 077950555492 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Archive News and Autumnal Wreath Photos
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Newsletter - March 2021
We have hosted five “Flowers and Chat” sessions in our COVID secure venue in Wistaston. It’s the “Season of Mist and Mellow Fruitfulness” so for this last one we made an autumnal wreath. We’re taking a break for a couple of weeks but will be back in time for Christmas.
Autumnal Wreath Photos
Wistaston Flower Club opened their doors after lockdown for Flowers and Chat.
Members and visitors enjoyed getting together again and becoming immersed in arranging the flowers provided. They brought scissors and a mask and the flower club team provided everything else.
Everyone agreed that they felt safe in the COVID secure setting and that it was wonderful to get out to do something different. There was no pressure to create award winning designs or follow flower arranging “rules” although some tips could be passed on from a safe distance. It was more about enjoying the flowers and company of fellow flower lovers.
From the club’s point of view, it gave us the opportunity to engage with our members, attract visitors and raise the profile of our club at an otherwise very quiet time. All five sessions have sold out with many signing up for repeat sessions. We hope to use the same format for at least one Christmas event.