Southlands taking part in the Festival of Flowers 23 June 2011
Many will be familiar with the Manx Heritage Flower Festival which last year celebrated its 20th year. However, this festival has now ceased. The south of the island have joined together in a new venture, namely the Southern Festival of Flowers.
The Department of Social Cares Community Care Home Southlands will be taking part in the Festival and will have a display in Port Erin Methodist Church during this period. This will help demonstrate their role within the local community and show what they are able to provide for older people within the community. There are 8 venues taking part; 6 churches + Rushen Abbey +The Old Grammar School in Castletown, St Peters Cregneash, The Howe Methodist, Port Erin Methodist, St Cairbre with Colby Methodist, The Abbey Church Ballasalla, Rushen Abbey, St Marys on the Harbour Castletown and the Old Grammar School Castletown.
If you need more information, please ring either Lily on 833288 orJudy on 835073 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Best wishes to everyone taking part .
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