Report from the St John’s Flower Festival

In celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th birthday, St John the Evangelist on Kilburn Lane (corner of Harrow Road) are holding a Flower Festival this weekend.  Do try to take a look at some point.

They have a wonderful raffle with a variety of prizes including a picture of the church by the Secret Artist. The flower displays are beautiful and diverse; created by the congregation plus groups and businesses in the local community.

Later on this evening, St John’s Music have organised a concert by the internationally acclaimed Silk Street Sinfonia, who always draw in a good audience.  There are usually refreshments on the lawn afterwards (but don’t quote me!).

Please scroll down to look at some of the exhibits in our gallery.

Saturday 11th June

Festival Concert at 7pm with the Silk Street Sinfonia 

Sunday 12th June

11am Thanksgiving Mass

from 12.30 Community lunch in the grounds of the church and Vicarage

4pm Festival Evensong

Contributors to the Flower Festival include: Us! (the Friends of Queen’s Park Gardens & as commended by the Area Dean of the Church), Queen’s Park Community Council,  Cheeky Rascals Playgroup,  Avenues Youth Project,  Essendine Primary School, RISE on Kilburn Lane, Co-op Funeral Care on Harrow Road, The Kensal Triangle, The Church Lads & Church Girl’s Brigade, In the Garden (with a donation from D.A.T. Tyres), Jay Venn Garden Design and Restoration,  William Rhodes of Your Credit Union, the Sunday School – Junior Messy Group, Nigel, Geri and many others – young and old –  from the congregation.

Corner Display by Nigel       Avenues Youth Project    Junior Messy Sunday School Group

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