A little bit of guerrilla gardening at Necton will provide returning blooms

Thanks to local residents who are helping to green up our village.

You may have noticed the blaze of bright spring colour at the bus stop on the A47 eastbound.  When the shelter was installed, over 250 daffodil bulbs were planted by a local resident and his wife.   This kind gesture will ensure that our bus shelter will provide waiting passengers with a visual delight for many spring times to come.

Meanwhile, as snowdrops begin to fade, another resident contacted the Parish Council to offer a number of clumps of snowdrops ‘in the green’ for planting.

With the help of the Chairman of the Allotment Association, these snowdrops were lifted and replanted along the new North Pickenham Trod, a perfect spot of dappled shade, where they will settle in and naturalise.

The eastbound A47 bus stop at Necton, now a pleasant place to wait for the X1.

One of the new clumps of snowdrops along the North Pickenham Trod.




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