Help needed to plant Jubilee garden

By Laura Maltby Wednesday 21 November 2012 Updated: 23/11 08:41

YOUNG and old are being invited to plant bulbs as part of a garden in Leamington designed to commemorate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee year.

Warwick District Council and Leamington Town Council are looking for helpers to plant a display of spring flowering crocus at Christ Church gardens in Leamington next Thursday. (November 29)

Staff will be on site from 9am till 2.30pm and tools will be provided with the meeting point at the top of the parade in the gardens.

For further information call Jon Holmes on 01926 412464.

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