Seaton Valley In Bloom
The Holywell In Bloom group have been working in the Community Orchard at the top of Holywell Dene, beside Sandown Close. Over the recent years the group have planted a number of fruit trees in the area and have cut back the grass to make the orchard accessible to the community.
The group have started an Orchard Club with children and their families getting involved in the orchard and learning about plants and nature.
The young gardeners at the club have been involved in lots of fun activities and recently planted some of their old pants with flowers along the top of the orchard.
The new In Bloom group in Seaton Delaval have been concentrating their work in the Cat Park next to the Co-Op store and Avenue Head roundabout.
The group have painted the two benches in the park a bright blue and have planted up contrasting pots next to the benches with flowers.
Seghill In Bloom group have been maintaining flower beds and planting up containers around the village.
They have supported the Rugby and Football Clubs and helped install some raised planters near to the club house on the Welfare Recreation Ground.
Seaton Sluice In Bloom group have maintained their floral planting along Beresford Road and in the Memorial Park.
The group have also planted up planters around the village and two feature areas of planting in boats around the harbour area.
In New Hartley the group have been working on the flower beds at the Hartley Pit Memorial Gardens and have planted a number of new shrubs and flowers and added some new features to the gardens.
If you are interested in joining one of the village In Bloom Groups, their contact details can be found below:
Holywell In Bloom – through Facebook Group @holywellinbloom
New Hartley In Bloom – through Facebook Group @NewHartleyInBloom
Seaton Delaval In Bloom – through Facebook Group @DelavalInBloom
Seaton Sluice In Bloom – through Community Centre Facebook Page @seatonsluicecc
Seghill In Bloom – through Facebook Group @seghillinbloom