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Whyteleafe Residents Daffodil Planting Weekend
This event has now been delayed until further notice. We look forward to holding our first Daffodil Planting weekend with all Whyteleafe Residents! Residents are invited to plant bulbs at entrances & exits to Whyteleafe, plus in specifically agreed locations at the Whyteleafe Recreation ground.
Time & Location
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Whyteleafe, Whyteleafe CR3, UK
About the event
This event has been delayed until further notice. Sadly, due to the weather forecast we are unable to stick with the planned timings.
Following our garden work in Whyteleafe, we now want to make Whyteleafe bloom even more with the help from all our residents.
"During the Whyteleafe Residents Daffodil Planting Weekend, we invite all residents to plant a daffodil bulb at a variety of selected locations throughout Whyteleafe. Add our own personal tribute to the village. Together we will make a display to inspire us, not just on our verges, but also in our hearts." Dr. Marcus Jones.
On the Saturday (exact date to be confirmed) the focus area will be the north entrance to Whyteleafe on North Godstone Road by the Whyteleafe sign and advertising billboards (about 1,000 bulbs). Families with young children could participate in designated safe areas at the Whyteleafe Rec. (about 500 bulbs) Garden Volunteers will be on hand to distribute free daffodil bulbs and provide guidance.
On Sunday (exact date to be confirmed) the focus area will be south entrance to Whyteleafe from Wapses Lodge Roundabout to Whyteleafe south station ( about 1000 bulbs), and Jubilee garden opposite Whyteleafe School (about 500 bulbs). Safe area for families with young children can participate from 11AM at St. Lukes Church Yard on Whyteleafe Hill (about 500 bulbs). Garden Volunteers will attend to provide free bulbs and guidance.
Please bring your own tools with you. Daffodils will be provided free of charge.
This event has been made possible with the active support from the Whyteleafe Village Council, Wildstone and the Whyteleafe Community HUB gardening volunteers.