FIRST, my thanks to all who
have helped with planting, weeding,
watering and litter picking in town.
expect shortly that the town centre bed designed by Kate McKinnon will be ready
for planting. The plants have been delivered to St Mary's Parish Church
compound. Without the use of this for storing plants, fertiliser and compost,
our job would have been a lot more difficult.
The two new planters next to
the church (left) are looking good and I have already received many compliments, as I
do continually about the station which has been transformed.
Unfortunately the planters
for Church walk will not be delivered until early July. I am trying to get (the
suppliers) to give us top priority!
I met up with members of
Nantwich Garden Guild who told me they were keen to co-operate with us.
AT short notice Lucy Johnson
asked me to make and plant up two small planters for the floating garden.
were displayed on our stand in The Square and certainly brightened up
"Saturn", the narrow boat which left Audlem and travelled to Middlewich along
the Shropshire Union Canal.
On Monday, June 9,
Weaver Primary School pupils and the
Chairman of the Town Council (Cllr Keith Cafferty) presented wild flower plants for the narrow boat to transport them to
The seeds for these plants were
sown by the pupils from Weaver school and the seedlings planted up and nurtured
by Nantwich in Bloom. These
will be planted
in Marbury Country Park.
I represented Nantwich in
Bloom at the opening of the