– Wild Flowers Planted near Wildings Lane

St. Anne’s Town Council would like to say an enormous thank you to everyone involved in the Bee-bombing (wild flower seeds) yesterday near Wildings Lane. Children from St Anne’s College Grammar school, Heyhouses Endowed Church of England Primary School and Clifton Primary School all took part is specified zones. We had helpers from Senior Moments Care, Blundell Road Allotments and Residents of the Town. Our MP Mr Mark Menzies also came down to participate. Our own Councillor Joanne Gardner was present spade in hand breaking the ground up for the seeds to have the best chance of taking root. The Town Council would also like to specifically thank the three (3) Rangers on hand and coordinating all these efforts Phil, Fraser and Andrew. We would also like to give thanks to Rowland Homes for allowing us to access their site to make this happen, thank you. This was a joint project between St Anne’s Town Council and the Fylde Rangers to establish wild flowers either side of the path to attract more bees, butterflies and other insects. Superb job everyone.

Fylde Rangers at Seed Planting near Wildings Lane 2021
Phil, Fraser and Andy of the Fylde Rangers
St. Anne's Town Councillor Joanne Gardner and Volunteer Helper Fran Crowther at seed planting near Wildings Lane 2021
St. Anne’s Town Councillor Joanne Gardner and Volunteer Helper Fran Crowther
Mr Mark Menzies MP lending a helping hand at seed planting near Wildings Lane 2021
Mr Mark Menzies MP lending a helping hand
School Children from Clifton Primary helping plant the seeds near Wildings Lane 2021
School Children from Clifton Primary helping plant the seeds
The Lane that will be awash with Wild Flowers in 2022
The Lane that will be awash with Wild Flowers in 2022
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