THE LEVERSTOCK GREEN CHRONICLE
an in-depth history of one village in Hertfordshire UK.
This page was last updated on: 12/2/2020
Holy Trinity from the air. Drone picture courtesy of Alan Jacques from Skytography. 2015
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RIGHT: Revd. Maxine Howarth & Revd. Lizzie Hood
Red is a bright, warm colour that evokes strong emotions. Red is associated with love, warmth, and comfort.
Blue symbolises trust, loyalty, faith, truth, and heaven. Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body, it is associated with tranquility and calmness.
Arranged by Beverley Burgess
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
Calligraphy work produced by the members of Dacorum U3A Calligraphy Group who meet in Leverstock Green Hall
Arranger Lee-Anne Visagie
LEFT: Arrangement by
EXHIBIT HONOURING SHEILA MACQUEEN MBE
Arranger Lynn Whitton.
For details on the life and work of Sheila Macqueen, THE FIRST LADY OF FLOWER ARRANGING, and who lived in Leverstock Green for over 60 years, please click on the photograph.
LEFT: Flowers in Memory of
Arranger Lynn Whitton
VIP VISITORS SATURDAY
The Mayor of Dacorum:Councillor Terry Doulis
together with his driver.
with Revd. Maxine Howarth & Revd. Lizzie Hood
Photographs by Barbara le Tallec
Felt Flower Collage
Created by Pauline Lindsey
VIP VISITOR SUNDAY
Sir Mike Penning MP
RIGHT & BELOW:In conversation with Barbara Chapman (L), two other visitors to the Flower Festival, and Revd. Lizzie Hood.(R)
BELOW RIGHT: In conversation with Barbara Le Tallec
BOTTOM LINE-UP: Being shown around by Revd. Lizzie Hood, and in conversation with other visitors.
Work Produced by Holy Trinity Craft Group
Photographs by Barbara Le Tallec
ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN BY BARBARA LE TALLEC -
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ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN BY MARTIN & BARBARA CHAPMAN -
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