Youngsters take part in bulb planting

  September 2017

 A GREENSPACES SOUTH CHESHIRE CIC PAGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Weaver school were the first group to plant wild flower bulbs - 500 bluebells. The pupils are pictured with four members of staff and Jeff Stubbs (second left) who is Chairman of Greenspaces CIC.

   

Picture by Doug Butterill, Company Secretary of Greenspaces CIC.  

 

AFTER trading in the Nantwich area for 25 years, estate agents Baker Wynne Wilson of Pepper Street donated 25,000 to local voluntary groups

    Greenspaces applied for 970 to buy wild flower bulbs and were successful.

    With the money they bought 500 of each of bluebells, wood anenome, wild

   

 

daffodil, snow drops, wild garlic and snakes head fritillaries in Nantwich Riverside.

    These are being planted with help from Nantwich schools Weaver School, Peartree School, Millfields School and St Anne's School together with Millfields Scouts and Cubs.

 

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