One resident reported a lovely interaction with George and Roger from our Parks & Open Spaces Team who were totally supportive of her request to leave the wild flower bush that she had planted in her village. They also offered to put up signage to alert other people to the fact the area is being deliberately left for nature.
A second resident congratulated the Parks & Open Spaces team for the floral displays, noting a count of 240 flowering bee orchid spikes (a flowering rate of 47% our knowledgeable resident informs us!) and 4 pyramidal orchids. They also reported lovely displays of Birds-foot trefoil which is a sub species of hedge bedstraw, ox-eye daisies, common cats-ear and self-heal.