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Fritillary Sunday, Ducklington

Fritillary Sunday, Ducklington The Fritillary Sunday event takes place on Sunday April 18th.

Fritillary Sunday is an annual fund raising day in Ducklington when a 10 acre meadow near the Church that grows the Snakeshead Fritillary (also known as Snake's Head Fritillary), is open. Morris dancing, ploughman's lunches, plant stalls and teas in the village hall. This year we will be joined at our 9.30 morning service and throughout the day by Internationally renowned clown and Anglican priest Roly Bain.

The programme of events for 2010 is due to include:

In the fritillary field
Walk around and enjoy the fritillaries Sale of souvenirs

In the church
Displays Tour of the Bell Tower Handbell Ringing (1:30pm and 4pm) Classical Trio (4:45pm – 5:15pm) Short Service (5:30pm)

Beside the church
Morris Dancers (2pm and 3:30pm) Roly Bain the clown (11:30am 2:30pm)

In the churchyard
Displays and children’s activity

In the village hall
Ploughman’s Lunches (from 11:30am) Cream Teas (from 2pm) Plant, Produce and Souvenir Sales Toilets

Posted : 13/04/2010 09:55:44

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