1000 bulbs planted to brighten up Wood Gardens

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Parish councillors Bev Chapman, Geoff Hall and Craig Browne joined volunteers from the Alderley Edge in Bloom Group and local residents on Saturday, 19th January to plant 1,000 bulbs on the green at Wood Gardens.

Councillor Craig Browne said "Over the coming weeks, we will be speaking to more residents about what their aspirations are for Wood Gardens, including possibly weeding and replanting the flower beds that were created in 2017 with different coloured heathers. I will also be purchasing boxus ball plants for the remaining planters in front of the shops and stocking them with winter primula over the next few weeks."

If you are a resident local to Wood Gardens and would like to get involved or share your ideas for the area, leave a comment below or send an email to Councillor Craig Browne.

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Alderley Edge In Bloom, Alderley Edge Parish Council, Wood Gardens
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Duncan Herald
Sunday 20th January 2019 at 4:41 pm
Have these 1,000 bulbs been donated?
If so, may we know by whom, so that we may say thankyou ?
Lisa Reeves
Sunday 20th January 2019 at 5:27 pm
Hi Duncan - The bulbs were purchased with the help of a small grant from Cheshire Peaks & Plains, as well as a donation from Councillor Geoff Hall.
Dina Robinson
Monday 21st January 2019 at 8:33 am
Thank you Alderley in Bloom for working to brighten up Wood Gardens. We were away this weekend so did not see the work being done.
The bed in the centre is a bit of an eyesore at the moment, perhaps the shrubs could be removed and the area restored to a flower bed. The Christmas tree used to be in the middle of the bed, its current position on the edge of the roundabout does look a little odd.
Graham McLelland
Monday 21st January 2019 at 9:16 am
All we need now is to stop dog owners allowing their dogs to foul the pavements and then walk away without clearing it up.It is a sign of them having a total disregard to the areas Not just Wood Gardens and the estate but Davey Lane London Rd etc.

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