Children help make Brinsworth blooming great

By Michael Upton | 27/11/2017

Children help make Brinsworth blooming great
Brinsworth councillor Nigel Simpson joins pupils from Brinsworth Manor Primary School on their bulb planting session

BRINSWORTH will be blooming next spring after children planted 500 bulbs to brighten up their community.

Pupils from Brinsworth Manor Junior School teamed up with council Streetpride workers, Brinsworth councillor Nigel Simpson and members of the Love Where You Live campaign for the planting session on Bawtry Road.

Cllr Simpson said: “All were in agreement that this was a valuable science project and a good lesson in the environment and social enhancement, so they can be proud of their achievement for many years to come.”


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