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Beverley Town Council wants the town to look bright and cheerful during the summer months. To help achieve this, they provide three-tier planters, hanging baskets, light column planter, barrier planters and barrel planters throughout the town.
Councillors have also identified the need to extend the provision of planters to residential communities. Therefore, in 2021 there are more flowers than ever before located on Swinemoor Estate, Cherry Tree Estate and Model Farm. In addition, the Town Council has adopted brick planters on Greenwood and Thompson Avenues, giving them a new lease of life with hardy plants and shrubs.
However, the Town Council is not alone when it comes to floral displays. A voluntary group called Beverley in Bloom also work very hard to brighten up the town with with plants and flowers. Of particular note is their work at the Railway Station, in Station Square and the corner of Hengate and Wylies Road. Beverley Town Council would like to express sincere thanks for everything Beverley in Bloom does for our community.