Spring in the air at Corn­wall Park

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Spring has sprung Corn­wall Park.

To cel­e­brate, Daf­fodil Sun­days are be­ing held so vis­i­tors can see the daf­fodils, calves and lambs.

‘‘We just want peo­ple to en­joy the park and the change of sea­son,’’ park di­rec­tor Michael Ayr­ton says.

As part of Daf­fodil Sun­days, Twin Oak Drive is closed to ve­hi­cles on Au­gust 18, 25 and Septem­ber 1 so peo­ple strolling through the area can en­joy it with­out

at hav­ing to worry about traf­fic.

There are also face painters and bands and Mr Ayr­ton en­cour­ages chil­dren to bring their bikes and scoot­ers.

Mr Ayr­ton says ev­ery au­tumn be­tween 3000 and 4000 daf­fodil bulbs are planted by vol­un­teers at­tend­ing pub­lic plant­ing days.

This is the sec­ond year Daf­fodil Sun­days has been held.

Dog-tas­tic: Mem­bers of the West High­land White Ter­rier Club and the Scot­tish Ter­rier Club make the most of the first Daf­fodil Sun­day at Twin Oak Drive, Corn­wall Park.

Pretty pic­ture: Eva Jones, 7, from Royal Oak soaks up the spring feel­ing at Corn­wall Park.

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