Our skilled flower arrangers work tirelessly throughout the year to enhance the cathedral with wonderful flower arrangements and floral displays, contributing to services and events as well city wide displays such as Britain in Bloom.
Our Flower Arranging team have worked their magic yet again with a moving Remembrance display. The poppies were part of the display at the Tower of London and were bought for the cathedral by Richard Jeffs in memory of his grandfather Harold Jeffs and great uncles Sam and Walter Jeffs, who all returned safely to Birmingham from the war. They are also in memory of Ethel Jeffs, Richard's grandmother, and everyone who was left behind to fight 'the war at home.'
The ‘chancel’ arrangement, Christmas 2016
The ‘Welcome’ arrangement, Christmas 2016
Aston University 50th Anniversary service (their degree hoods are blue and yellow)
Decorating one of the ‘green pyramids’ Easter 2017
Here are some photos from the beautiful Harvest displays. The floral arrangements were created by our talented flower arrangers, and the banners were made by Children's Church.
Harvest pedestal at the Chancel step, 2016
The entrance porch pedestal, Christmas 2016
Rich harvest colours in the Sanctuary, 2016
The font at Harvest, 2016
The Sanctuary, Easter 2017
‘Preparing for ‘Resurrection Day’, Easter 2017
North Aisle pedestal, Easter 2017
Christmas at the Chancel step, 2016
At the foot of the font, Christmas 2016
The Chancel step, August 2017
The entrance porch for ‘The Blessed Virgin Mary’, August 2017
The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Historical Performance Department (Early Music) give a free lunchtime recital with music by ...Read