Celebrate divine and earthly beauty at this year’s Flower Festival, organised by the All Saints Church in collaboration with Askham Bryan College, York.
Talented floristry students from the college will create stunning floral displays inspired by the rich history and worship of the medieval church and its unique stained glass, and the building will be filled with light, colour and scent, highlighting the beauty of our natural world.
The Flower Festival takes place from Thursday, 8 June, to Sunday, 11 June, from 10am to 4pm daily and also during services.
Accessibility: Access to much of the church (excluding the chancel) is step-free and can be accessed in a wheelchair or pushchair, although there are some uneven surfaces due to the historic nature of the building. Seating in the pews and on fold-out chairs is available.
Image credit: © Duncan Lomax, Ravage Productions
All Saints North Street
All Saints is an Anglican church situated in the centre of the medieval city of York in northern England. The present church, which is mainly 14th and 15th century, stands on a site hallowed for worship for almost 1,100 years. It contains one of the most important displays of medieval stained glass in the British Isles, including the famous Pricke of Conscience window. All Saints North Street’s community engagement programme seeks to encourage new audiences to visit and learn about the historic church building.
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