Blooming wonderful!

Images kindly supplied by Brownhills Town Centre Partnership and posted on Facebook

Just a shoutout here to the volunteers and community mind folk of Brownhills Town Centre Partnership who yesterday, despite some pretty horrid weather, went out planting flowers in the tubs and planters in town and once again did Brownhills proud.

Diane sent me the above selection of images of the crew hard at work.

It’s always good to see the flowers in the High Street and I’d like to thank everyone involved, especially Diane Mansell from the Town Centre Partnership who works so hard to organise this stuff.

With that in mind, Diane has also asked me to make a request: She and Aldridge Village Partnership need the same kind of help planting there tomorrow (That’s Wednesday, 15th June 2016).

Daine said:

Aldridge Village Partnership

Remember guys we need your help planting the village up Wednesday starting at 10 till 3 even if you can only manage an hour we need all the help we can get we are meeting at Herbarium (The florist on High Street) at 10am but after that we will be on the High Street or Anchor Road if you want to help out,

Cheers once again to all involved – people do care, and thanks to you readers for such a positive response.


I love this boat by the Canoe Centre on Silver Street which was beautifully planted by the budding gardeners of years 5 and 7 of Watling Street School. Image supplied by Brownhills Town Centre Partnership.

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4 Responses to Blooming wonderful!

  1. stef says:

    The canoe was planted by Watling Street Gardening Club (yrs 5 and 6)

  2. David Evans says:

    Hi Bob
    Just back from drivng along the High Street,.looks smashing ! Well done to all concerned, and a big thankyou
    Kind regards

  3. Clive says:

    Your doing a lovely job, big thank you to all involved.

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