On Sunday 26th of September residents living on Linley Crescent in Collier Row all came together to plant new winter plants and spring bulbs ready for the on coming months.
The event was organised by Roshini Hyde who first got the community together just after lock down ended to add some colour and happiness to her local area, in particular the patch of green nearby.
The event was such a huge success that now, it has become an ongoing event to hold planting days where all the locals come out to help plant flowers and make their area as attractive as possible.
Yesterday,residents planted flowers along the entrance to King George’s park playing fields and the Linley Crescent green. Both children and adults joined together to plant as many flowers as possible, all donated by the community.
Roshini told the Havering Daily:
“It was a lovely afternoon and a great way to bring families together to add some colour to our communal area.
“We had lovely cakes and drinks donated by the neighbours and the Church of Good Shepherd.
“Thank you also to Emma from Baldwin landscapes who volunteered to help out.”
Well done to everyone involved.