Spring in the air at Cornwall Park
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.