Pupils lend a hand at the village

 April 2012 (4)                                                                                                                 A NANTWICH IN BLOOM PAGE







PUPILS from Broad Lane Primary School on the outskirts of Nantwich visited Richmond Village in London Road as part of the wild flowers seed sowing project at the end of April. Helped by residents, staff and parents, they sowed seeds, provided by the RHS, in a variety of differently-shaped beds.






Left: Jonathon Gardener from Richmond Village sows seed assisted by two pupils from Broad Lane school, one parent, one resident and a nurse



Pictures on this page by Doug Butterill and Sue Hughes, Nantwich in Bloom







Planting wildflower seeds can be fun as well as satisfying,

as these residents (with pet dog), three pupils

 and two parents show


















Nantwich in Bloom Chairman, Doug Butterill (in the red sweater), with pupils and adults at two more floral beds-to-be.  Left in the picture on the right is Jonathon Gardener from Richmond Village

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