Volunteers plant 1,000 purple crocus bulbs around Northwich to mark World Polio Day – Northwich Guardian

THE two Northwich rotary clubs combined on World Polio Day by planting 5,000 purple crocus bulbs in and around the town.

Part of the Rotary’s Purple4Polio campaign, members of Northwich Vale Royal and Northwich Rotary Club were assisted by members of the community and other organisations.

At Making Space residential unit, James House, 1000 crocus bulbs were planted in a heart shaped area on the front lawn by James House residents, staff and the two Northwich Rotary Clubs, together with Cheshire West and Chester Council Countryside Rangers.

In Verdin Park Northwich Vale Royal Rotarians planted a further 1000 crocus bulbs near to the playground area, and were assisted by young people from Northwich, and at Russett School planting has begun on another 1000 purple crocus bulbs.

Hartford Civic Society will be planting an additional 1,000 purple crocus bulbs later in November in conjunction with Northwich Vale Royal Rotary Club.

Read more at: http://www.northwichguardian.co.uk/NEWS/15645305.Volunteers_plant_1_000_purple_crocus_bulbs_around_Northwich_to_mark_World_Polio_Day/

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