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Bulb planting day aims to add a splash of colour to Chase Terrace Park

A Burntwood park will get a touch of colour thanks to a bulb planting day.

Stacey Coleman, Cllr Sue Woodward, Cllr Val Richards and James Myers in Chase Terrace Park

Stacey Coleman, Cllr Sue Woodward, Cllr Val Richards and James Myers in Chase Terrace Park

More than 1,500 will be planted in Chase Terrace Park on November 2 thanks to a £200 by County Councillor Sue Woodward from her Local Community Fund.

The bulbs will be planted under the trees and around the main entrance of the park with the hope that bluebells, snowdrops and daffodils will add a splash of colour come spring.

“Chase Terrace Park is a little gem – a real asset to the local community that is valued and well-used, so I hope we’ll get lots of local people of all ages coming along to lend a hand,” said Cllr Woodward. “We can all then look forward to a fantastic display next spring and know that we’ve been a part of it.”

The bulb planting takes place at the High Street park from 11am to 2pm on November 2 and all tools will be provided.

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