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Spring & Summer Flower Arranging – Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th April
BEST WESTERN The George Hotel, Bird Street
Tel : +44 01543 414822
During these fun and informal flower days, Anne Brown of Tiaras & Flowers will inspire you with some stunning yet simple ideas for decorating your home this spring and summer and show you how to create some beautiful floral arrangements for summer weddings.
Following Anne’s demonstration you’ll have the opportunity to take a closer look at the floral designs before enjoying a delicious three course carvery lunch in our restaurant. After lunch, there’s the chance to win one of Anne’s fabulous arrangements in a raffle, the proceeds of which will be donated to the We Love Lichfield Fund.
£23 per person
Includes coffee on arrival at 10.30am, a flower arranging demonstration and a three course carvery lunch plus coffee. The event ends around 3pm.
Please call 01543 414822 or to reserve your tickets email: email@example.com
From A38 take the A5206 from the Island. Go over 2 sets of traffic lights. At small roundabout turn right. Where the road bends left into beacon Street turn right, signposted public car park. As you enter the car park turn right and the hotel car park is on the right.
By Public Transport
Lichfield City railway and bus stations are just a 5 minute walk from The George hotel.
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