One of the highlights of summer is always the Mochrum Church Flower Festival.
Once again this year Pauline Todd and her band of talented flower arrangers, young and not so young, put on wonderful show of their talents based on the most topical of themes - the Commonwealth.
The flower festival was open on Saturday and Sunday after church and lunches and cream teas were served by Bridget Hillman and helpers for those attending. Decorative flower presentation bags were on sale and all the stunning exhibits were auctioned for church funds at the close of the festival.
Organiser Pauline Todd was delighted to announce the festival had raised £1280 for church funds.
The exhibits were:
Netball by Lorraine Gaw; Gold, Silver and Bronze by Pauline Todd; Canada - the largest country in the Commonwealth by Pauline Todd; Nauru - the smallest country in the Commonwealth by Pauline Todd; Boxing by Emily Nash; Clyde by Charlotte Nash; Cycling by Rose Nash; India - highest population in the Commonwealth by Jean Hobbs; Archery by Helen Oxley; Commonwealth Athlete by Laura Lawson; Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - the Head of the Commonwealth by Allan Murphie; The world is one - by Zoe Oxley; Gymnastics Rhythmic - hoop, ball ribbon - by Allan Murphie; Barr’s Irn Bru - proud sponsors of the Commonwealth Games - made in Scotland from girders by Allan Murphie.