‘Where the Wild Flowers Grow’ arrived in Broadwater and Worthing Cemetery this m…

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‘Where the Wild Flowers Grow’ arrived in Broadwater and Worthing Cemetery this morning, as members of the community helped with the planting event…

Locals Fran Dingwall and Jeff Hillman, who are both in the friends of the cemetery group, kindly volunteered to help with the project.

The pair scattered and raked a remembrance mix which will evolve into a beautiful bed of poppies to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.

Fran Dingwall, said: “It’s actually a very simple process. I’m looking forward to seeing the mix of poppies come up and hopefully it’s effective with it commemorating the end of the first World War.”

Anthony Read, one of the Councils Park Rangers, said: “I’ve been a part of the wildflowers projects since they started around five years ago. I love to get involved and the results are always fantastic.”






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