Bringing colour and hope during the pandemic

In these times of limits and lockdowns, of rules and restrictions, we can feel burdened and bowed down. This has not stopped Stawell residents, John and Janice Williams, who have found ways to bring light and hope. Going the extra mile, they have brought joy to many in the form of flowers over the last six months. This labour of love has seen them cut 7,000 blooms and deliver them to those who might need or appreciate such delights. OTHER NEWS: Among those to benefit from the generosity of the Williams’ is the Stawell Uniting Church, whose members have shared the flowers to further spread that beauty and joy. Their thoughtfulness and care are appreciated by many. Mr and Mrs Williams, along with their helpers, are also well known for their kindness in delivering wood for warmth to those in need or unable to source it. While you’re with us, you can now receive updates straight to your inbox from the Stawell Times-News. To make sure you’re up-to-date with all the news from across the region, sign up here.

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In these times of limits and lockdowns, of rules and restrictions, we can feel burdened and bowed down.

This has not stopped Stawell residents, John and Janice Williams, who have found ways to bring light and hope. Going the extra mile, they have brought joy to many in the form of flowers over the last six months.

This labour of love has seen them cut 7,000 blooms and deliver them to those who might need or appreciate such delights.

Among those to benefit from the generosity of the Williams’ is the Stawell Uniting Church, whose members have shared the flowers to further spread that beauty and joy.

Their thoughtfulness and care are appreciated by many. Mr and Mrs Williams, along with their helpers, are also well known for their kindness in delivering wood for warmth to those in need or unable to source it.

While you’re with us, you can now receive updates straight to your inbox from the Stawell Times-News. To make sure you’re up-to-date with all the news from across the region, sign up here.

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