Elizabeth Batstone, with her husband Philip and Marion Kemp and her 125 display. Picture: Kevin Elfleet.

Fantastic flowers filled a West Norfolk church for the weekend and helped to buy a wheelchair.

A festival at Dersingham Methodist Chapel celebrated the 125th anniversary of the church in the village.

Aside from the floral displays, there was also an exhibition of memorabilia looking at the history of the church in the village.

And £500 from the event will be donated to the Wheel Appeal to help buy a new fleet of wheelchairs for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.

Organiser Elizabeth Batstone said: “We were really busy all weekend and it was lovely.”

The festival raised £2,457 in total and the bulk will go to church funds.

Go green and yellow for a day of charity

Get your diary out and mark Friday, June 12.

It will be Wheel Appeal Day (WAD) and we want people to dress-down and wear green and yellow to help boost funds.

Whether you are at the office, at home or at college – pay £1 and help the Wheel Appeal reach its target.

If you are at school, ask your teacher to get involved or how about holding a fundraising event of your own on the day?

The green and yellow theme comes from the appeal’s logo, but if you support Norwich City then it should be easy.

Even if you don’t – just pin a green and yellow ribbon on for the day to show your support.

Contact us via news@yourlocalpaper.co.uk and let us know what you are doing and we will do our best to get a photographer to you on the day.

Let’s make a WAD of cash on Friday, June 12.

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