Mayor collects Lisburn’s ‘lonely bouquet’

The Mayor of Lisburn, Councillor Margaret Tolerton finds a Lonely Bouquet in the Civic centre grounds recently. The Lonely Bouquet initiative was developed by the Northern Ireland Group of Flower Arranging Societies (NIGFAS) to promote the society. A 'Lonely Bouquet' was left in a number of places as a goodwill gesture to coincide with National Flower Arranging Day.

The Mayor of Lisburn, Councillor Margaret Tolerton finds a Lonely Bouquet in the Civic centre grounds recently. The Lonely Bouquet initiative was developed by the Northern Ireland Group of Flower Arranging Societies (NIGFAS) to promote the society. A 'Lonely Bouquet' was left in a number of places as a goodwill gesture to coincide with National Flower Arranging Day.

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There’s no better way to say it than with flowers. Which is exactly why the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies (NAFAS) used beautiful little bunches to spread some love on National Flower Arranging Day, last Friday.

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