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Walsingham Celebrates

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Little Walsingham
Norfolk
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A Festival of Flowers is taking place in Walsingham celebrating the 950th anniversary of Lady Richeldis Vision and the building of the first Holy House. St Mary's Church is also commemorating the 50th anniversary of the fire which almost destroyed the Parish Church.

Come and see these two historical events wonderfully illustrated in a vibrant display of flowers throughout the village.

Displays will be at:
St Marys Church, Little Walsingham
Anglican Shrine
Roman Catholic Chapel of Reconciliation Shrine
The Methodist Chapel

For more details and other events taking place in Walsingham visit the website.

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