Rotary in Bloom

Horticultural Uplift

Spring and Summer

Members of the Club have
  been planting the wooden barrels on the Rotary gravel bed for many years.

In the spring they are planted with summer bedding plants and then, in the autumn, replanted with daffodils bulbs ready for a beautiful display in the Spring. 

The gravel bed brightens up an otherwise non-descript area of pavement and gives pleasure to many who pass by. 

The plants and bulbs are supplied by Shipston in Bloom - to whom we give an annual grant.

If you want to be involved with Rotary and contribute to our very worthwhile causes and programmes as well as providing much needed support, please contact:

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