Poynton in Bloom
Poynton in Bloom was formed in 2005 by a group of residents who wanted to make Poynton look attractive.
In association with the Town Council this voluntary group have worked hard during this period planting bulbs and seasonal plants at various locations around the village.
Poynton in Bloom have created a wonderful display of summer colour in the beds at the front of the Civic Hall.
The planting has attracted many complimentary comments from passers-by and has totally transformed the appearance of the area.
'PIB' enthusiastic volunteers have planted thousands of daffodil bulbs in various locations around the village, continuing what was started five years ago along Chester Road.
The ladies of the group planted the beds along London Road North.
Also bulbs were planted at the junction of Waterloo Road and Coppice Road and at other key locations and approaches to the village.
We were delighted to have the help of PCSO Chris Luke and a group of students from the High School who planted one of the beds at the entrance to Burton Drive .
The planters on School Lane and outside the Post Office, the baskets on the Alms House railings and the Fountain were completed with winter bedding, together with the tubs outside the Civic Hall.
The Town Council has expressed its sincere appreciation as always for all the work undertaken by the volunteers that make up Poynton In Bloom.
We also have several ongoing and future projects which will enhance the village's appearance.
Poynton in Bloom also arrange an annual "Garden Safari" which raises funds for local charities.
If you wish to join us or want to know more please contact Chairman David Hetherington on 01625 875728 or email email@example.com