Those special moments include
· The “Aspire” flower festival which she designed and managed and which transformed Lichfield cathedral
· Designing and managing the transformation of Packwood House for the National Trust
· Leading the team which decorated Westminster Abbey for the Queen’s celebration of the 400th birthday of the King James Bible.
· Winning a Gold Medal at the Chelsea Flower Show as part of the team that staged the official NAFAS stand
· Staging exhibits for the celebration of the 40th anniversary of Coventry cathedral and again for its 50th
· Staging at the Christian Beginnings festival at Canterbury Cathedral
· Staging at numerous flower festivals including at Coughton Court, Baddesley Clinton, and Charlecote House
· Arranging the flowers at her own Daughter’s wedding so full of the colour that they both adore
We all enjoy those special occasions when flowers transform somewhere or something familiar especially when they are interpretively themed.
Margaret easily crosses between weddings in her local church to interpretive flowers for special services like Remembrance and Pentecost, those big society occasions, and the events, exhibitions and festivals that are so much her world.