Have you called in to Flora yet — to see this year's spectacular display?
Each year, they start planning in January for what is going to be included the following Christmas. Deliveries start arriving in mid-August, and they aim to have everything set up by the start of October — an intensive 6 weeks of work.
Generations of families have made a visit an annual ritual, and the owner Carey tells us that many people visit each week (sometimes bringing different people with them each time!)
Carey tells us that though silver decorations have been very popular for many years, this year gold is making a comeback!
Why not go and have a look?
More news from Henbury
St Thomas' Church in Henbury have two festive events coming up this weekend:Members of the Entertainments Committee at St Thomas' Church are organising a Festive Coffee Morning on Saturday 8 December.Doors open 10 am for 10.30 am. Tickets £3.50 to include a rum coffee and home made mince pies. Stalls include raffle, tombola, cake stall and much more.Then on Sunday 9...
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Cheshire East are currently carrying out a consultation on cost-saving proposals for waste collections. You can have your say on the proposals by completing the survey hereCheshire East say "....this will allow us to align kerbside waste collection services with the introduction of the authority's new food waste recycling service in...
St Thomas' Church Hall