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A team of 10 green-fingered flower arrangers helped raise more than £1,300 for Saddell and Carradale church funds.
Last week’s Courier featured two designers who wove intricate arrangements on a theme of musical extravaganza. This week’s paper features some of the other designs.
A spokesperson said that numbers, at the biennial show, were slightly up on 2015 and more than 220 adults and children visited across its three days.
Behind the scenes there were further teams organising the refreshments and raising and lowering the marquee.
Thoughts are already turning to the next show which will return in 2019.
Les Misérables by Emma Macalister Hall. 25_c32sadellflowers08_LesMisrables_Emma_M_Hall
Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat by Gail McIntosh. 25_c32sadellflowers12_Joseph_Gail_McIntosh
Clarinet by Sheena Ramsay. 25_c32sadellflowers18_clarinet_sheena_Ramsay
Banjo – When I’m Cleaning Windows by Marjory McKinven. 25_c32sadellflowers17_cleaningwindows_Marjory_McKinven
A collaboration titled Treble Clef. 25_c32sadellflowers13_treble_clef
Walk in the Black Forest by Horst Jankowski. 25_c32sadellflowers11_Walkintheblack_horstJankowski
Guitar by Dorothy McCormick. 25_c32sadellflowers15_guitar_Dorothy_McCormick
The musical theme was continued on the gallery rail. 25_c32sadellflowers19
Phantom of the Opera by Una Semple. 25_c32sadellflowers06_phantom_una_semple
Wizard of Oz by Nikki Dunlop. 25_c32sadellflowers04_Wizard0f0z_Nikki_Dunlop
Lindsey Mercer’s Xylophone. 25_c32sadellflowers14_xylophone_Lindsey_Mercer