Junior Wardens from Lee Mount Primary School made the most of the sunshine on Wednesday 10 May by visiting Shroggs Park where they took part in a litter pick and planted flowers which will soon be part of the stunning floral displays around the Halifax Town Hall.
Accompanied by Peter Oddy CMBC North Halifax Parks Area Manger, Paul Marshall CMBC /Halifax In Bloom, Karen Scanlon and Dan Marham from the Ovenden Initiative, some groups were out litter picking whilst one Group stayed behind to plant bedding plants which will be displayed in the Halifax Town Hall.
As part of the Halifax In Bloom who work to increase civic pride through local people taking on the planning and management of their local environment including long-term improvement in their local environment through planting, floral displays and displaying high levels of cleanliness and a boost to the local economy through increased tourism
The activities of the Wardens caught the attention of a passing dog walker who said how great it was to see such caring young people looking after the park and the area they live in.
Keep a look out if you are visiting Halifax for the stunning displays