Knaresborough in Bloom receive £750 grant from Lions

Knaresborough in Bloom volunteer Penny Carpenter, Lion Martin Berry and Knaresborough in Bloom volunteer Andrew Willoughby

Knaresborough in Bloom said a big “thank you” to Knaresborough Lions recently for a Diamond Jubilee Grant of £750. This is to help to pay for ten new Amberol planters around the town which will enable Knaresborough in Bloom



to continue to provide high quality floral features around the town. Chair Christine Willoughby commented “We have a number of old planters around the town which are coming to the end of their useful life and this grant from the Knaresborough

Lions will allow us to start replacing these planters. The new planters are very tough plastic but look like oak and we hope they will be very long lasting. The Lions have supported us in the past and I am delighted that they have been able to support us again.”

The new planters will be making their appearance in the town in the spring.

 

left to right Christine Willoughby Chair of Knaresborough in Bloom, Lion President Phil Oldfield, Knaresborough in Bloom volunteer Penny Carpenter, Lion Martin Berry and Knaresborough in Bloom volunteer Andrew Willoughby
left to right Christine Willoughby Chair of Knaresborough in Bloom, Lion President Phil Oldfield,
Knaresborough in Bloom volunteer Penny Carpenter, Lion Martin Berry and Knaresborough in Bloom volunteer Andrew Willoughby

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