Can you help Diane make Brownhills bloom?


Brownhills has had excellent flowers for a few years now – mostly maintained by volunteers. Image from Brownhills Town Centre Partnership.

Once more, Diane Mansell from Brownhills Town Centre Partnership has been in touch, and asked me to point out that volunteers are needed for another planting event to prepare the remaining planters for the Brownhills Britain in Bloom entry this coming Monday 27th June 2016.

The planting runs from 10am until 1pm and volunteers are to meet initially at Brownhills Activity Centre, but if you can’t make it for 10, they’ll either be there or about the High Street somewhere.

Not only that, but Diane is also appealing for photos of Brownhills readers may have of the town at it’s most beautiful – and before you scoff, it can be absolutely stunning, as many of the photos I see posted regularly on social media prove.

She said:

Do you have any beautiful pictures taken within Brownhills Centre or local green spaces within the town including its stunning architecture, events, wildlife and planted areas?

If you have, we’d love to be able to use them in our Broenhills In Bloom 2016 portfolio which will be given to the judges to showcase just how brilliant Brownhills really is.

If you have some you would like to share, please can you email me on or post to the Brownhills Town Centre Partnership Facebook Page as soon as you can, with an explanation of where each photo was taken and when. I need pictures anytime from last Aug till now.

‬In previous years Brownhills has done  well in Britain in Bloom: this year, let’s see if we can go one better.

Folk are always grumbling about Brownhills no longer showing any community spirit – here’s your chance to change that by participating.

Please, if  you can, join in. All help welcome.

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