First bulbs planted as Leyland's new park project gets underway

Youngsters in Leyland put on their wellies and winter coats as they lent a hand in the revitalisation of a town park project.

Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 7:33 am
Updated Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 8:39 am
The youngsters took turns to plant bulbs in the green space with help from project organiser Jo Hindle-Taylor and Leyland councillors Ken and Sue Jones
The youngsters took turns to plant bulbs in the green space with help from project organiser Jo Hindle-Taylor and Leyland councillors Ken and Sue Jones

Nursery school youngsters from Tiddlywinks pre-school in Canberra Road visited Bent Lane in Leyland as plans to bring a new playground to green space off the road begin to take shape.

Jamie with worms and bulbs
Demi finds a worm

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Tracy Nolan assists one of the children
Tiddleywinks Nursery children with trowels planting bulbs on Wrights Fold, Leyland
Emma chose a teddy hat for planting day
The bulbs were donated to the project by Avant Garden Centre in Leyland
The park, which will be called Strawberry Valley Park, is currently for funding from the Aviva Community Fund. To vote for the project, visit www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-606