Look at how our garden grows!
The success of a community garden has been celebrated.
Children from Ashford Oaks Primary School have worked to keep the site between Beaver Lane and Crownfield Road as a wildlife habitat.
This has included tending the flower planters, managing the area to prevent litter and constructing more benches and a set of goal posts.
The event this week marked the current Year 6 children handing over the maintenance baton to Year 5 children, who will carry on with the work from September. The garden was developed thanks to the Project Purple Community Scheme.
The community celebration at Crownfield Road in honour of the second anniversary of the award-winning Project Purple
Christopher Crowfoot, Jez Sharp, Paul Hawkins and Moray Mackenzie after the challenge