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Flower Festival

An event in August in Norfolk
Burnham Deepdale
Norfolk
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St Mary's Church, North Norfolk coast
10am - 4pm
St Mary's Burnham Deepdale is the setting for a flower Festival depicting village life. The church will make a wonderful setting for the marvellous arrangements with its medieval stained glass windows and unusual Norman font depicting the farming year. There will also be refreshments available. Entry is free, donations welcome.

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