BROWNIES have been digging for spring.
The 3rd Ness group turned up at Neston’s Stanney Fields Park armed with bulbs galore to plant for a wonderful spring display.
They were joined by volunteers thanks to the Friends of Stanney Fields Park and the Cheshire Year of Gardens 08.
Also there were the family of Friends of Stanney Fields Park member Barry Robinson who died recently.
Daughters Abigail and Deanna planted bulbs in honour of their late father.
Youngsters from the 4th Ness Brownies visited earlier in the autumn.
Friends chairman Cllr Scott Mealor said: “The Friends of Stanney Fields Park are delighted to be joining the celebrations of Cheshire Year of Gardens 08 by enhancing the park with a variety of daffodils which will provide a beautiful spring display next year.”
Helen Carey, chairman of Cheshire’s Year of Gardens community grants panel, said: “This project demon- strates just how much commitment, time and effort volunteers are putting in and it’s a great example of how people can make a real difference.”