Bersted Rainbows and a Bognor Regis group have come together once again to ensure the town has a vibrant spring.
The Bognor Regis in Bloom Working Group has been working with the 2nd Bersted Rainbows over the last few years, planting in different areas of the town.
These have included wildflower seeds by the Regis Centre and in Hotham Park last year, which are now very prominent.
Last Thursday, In Bloom and the Rainbows joined forces once again, to plant some daffodil and tulip bulbs, to surround the wildflowers planted last year.
Rebecca Vervecken, Bognor Regis In Bloom committee clerk, said: “Despite the slightly rainy weather and darkening conditions, the effort and enthusiasm shown by all the girls was fantastic.
“It is always such a pleasure to work together in trying to brighten up areas of the town and the experience of getting their hands dirty and learning how to plant themselves.
“We hope will give the girls real enjoyment and a lifelong love of gardening.”
It is hoped these will provide a vibrant and eye-catching display when they come into bloom next spring.
Cllr Woodall was present in both his capacity as mayor and a Bognor Regis in Bloom Working Group member, to lend a hand, along with Vicky and James from ADC Parks, Rainbows leaders, In Bloom members and, of course, the Rainbows.