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Follow Your Dream

A lovely evening with Diana Scott.  Diana was awarded an MBE in 2011 for services to the community. Through her membership of Stone Flower Club over many years she raised more than £50,000 for various good causes both local and national charities such as Children in Need and Staffordshire  Air Ambulance.  A remarkable lady,  here is just a couple of Diana’s beautiful arrangements.


Christmas Gala Evening

Shrewsbury Flower Club had a wonderful evening at their Christmas Gala with Jane Pugh, Area Demonstrator and Setsuko Watanabe.  A great double act and Jane showed just what a true professional can do with a few flowers.  Jane is an excellent speaker and entertainer; she put us all in the mood for Christmas and Jane and Setsuko made the evening one of our best.

NAFAS Festive Flower & Food Show 2015


Gay Bream and Jane Pugh from Shrewsbury Flower Club represented Mercia and North Wales Area at the Show.  Click on the photo’s to see their lovely designs.

Congratulations to Kate Edwards, she gained a first for her design in class 9, “On Thin Ice”

Also to Joyce Cook 2nd in class 10 *Oh! What a Pantomime!”; Lieneke van der Veen and Margaret Leslie who were commended for their designs in class 13 “Celebration”.  and highly commended for Riley James-Smith for his design in Class 17 “Deck the Tree ” .

For a link to the list of winners click here

Also congratulations to Deborah Harris from Bayston Hill Flower Club who won 2nd & 3rd in the photography class ‘Indulgence’ and Patricia Bradshaw, highly commended.

View all the designs and photographs 

Demonstration by Margaret Rumens

At the September meeting we welcomed Margaret Rumens a qualified NAFAS National Demonstrator, Teaching Coach, National Judge, and an Area Speaker. . Her demonstration was entitled “Summer Wine”.  As we all enjoy possibly the last of the good weather, Club members and visitors enjoyed watching Margaret create her ‘intoxicating’ designs from a Fête champêtre to summer cocktails to Champagne. Click on the ‘photo’s for just a small sip!

If you want to know more about Margaret’s work please go to