RAINBOW girls have played their part in making a Bognor Regis park more colourful.
The young members of the Guides movement aged 5-7 carried out some community planting in an area of Hotham Park that needed some TLC.
They were joined by the outgoing town mayor, Cllr Phil Woodall, for the session.
Rebecca Vervecken, the mayor’s secretary, said: “The girls were fantastic and bought their towels and spades along to really get their hands dirty.
“They sprinkled wildflower seeds, which, hopefully, we will see blooming in the next couple of months.”
She also reminded keen gardeners around the town that entry forms for the annual Bognor Regis in Bloom and pumpkin growing competitions are available.
Residents, schools and businesses of the six town council wards of Bognor Regis can find the entry forms on the town council’s website – bognorregis.gov.uk – under the ‘Our Town’ and ‘In Bloom’ headings.
Hard copies can be collected from the town hall in Clarence Road for those who would prefer an entry on paper.