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27th May, 2022

Five new floral creations offer visitors to Droitwich Spa a bloomin' great time

Tristan Harris 13th May, 2022 Updated: 13th May, 2022

VISITORS to Droitwich Spa can have a bloomin’ great time by taking part in a new floral trail.

Droitwich In Bloom has seen five floral displays created – each with their own theme – for visitors to enjoy.

People are being urged to pose with the pieces and share their photographs on social media, tagging @ValeandSpa and using the #DroitwichInBloom hashtags

The five designs people are looking out for are:

‘Somewhere over the rainbow’ which can be found in Lido Park.

‘Strike a pose’ (a photo frame) in Gurney’s Lane.

‘Salinae’ (a roman helmet) in St Richard’s Hertiage Centre.

‘Say it with flowers’ (a heart frame) in St Andrew’s Shopping Centre.

‘Hanging around’ (hanging wisteria) in St Andrew’s Shopping Centre.

The trail has been created and funded by Wychavon Distirct Council with the help of two local florists, Bluebells Florist, and Flowers of Elegance, which have brought the designs to life.

The trail will be available to enjoy until June 6, 2022.

Coun Richard Morris, Wychavon District Council’s Executive Board Member for Economic Growth and Tourism, said: “The floral displays are beautiful and make a lovely addition to the town and I’d like to thank our new Place Projects Officer Gemma Ranford for her work with local florists to put on this display.

“I encourage everyone to come and enjoy the trail and explore what Droitwich Spa has to offer. Share your pictures with pride and let’s see if you can strike a pose better than me.”

The times that the displays are up vary, so please read our blog for the full information: www.valeandspa.co.uk/blog

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