FLOWERS decorated by children and retired residents now adorn a community woodland.

A display will be on show at Wallwood near the entrance to Tatton Park until September.

Flowers in Wallwood

Egerton Pre School

The flowers were crafted by Knutsford town ranger Bob Garner from sustainable materials and one flower was given to each school, nursery, and retirement homes taking part in the project.

It is the second time Flowers in Wallwood has been organised by Knutsford Town Council, funded through through sponsorship from Eleven Recruitment and Little Waitrose.

Flowers in Wallwood

Knutsford Day Nursery

The flowers have been decorated with messages of kindness and thoughtfulness for others to reflect the RHS theme of love.

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Knutsford mayor Cllr Stewart Gardiner met groups at the council garden.

Flowers in Wallwood

Mobberley Primary

Sandra Curties, town centre and marketing officer at Knutsford Town Council, said: “It was lovely to see so many of those involved plus representatives from our two generous sponsors visit our offices for our little photoshoot.

"We had a great time celebrating the achievements of this project and admiring all the beautiful flowers.

Flowers in Wallwood

Royce Court residents

"Everyone has put so much hard work into these creations from their and we are amazed at the level of thought, effort and creativity that has been put into every single flower.

Flowers in Wallwood

Sharston House

“A massive thank you must go out to our sponsors Waitrose and Eleven Recruitment without whose support this project wouldn’t have been possible.

"It has been a real community effort and an exciting project to work on. We encourage everyone will take the chance to visit Wallwood and have a look at the wonderful display.

Flowers in Wallwood

St Vincent's Primary

"We hope to be able to continue this project next year”.

The flowers will be in Wallwood until early September, depending on the weather, and then returned to schools for permanent display.

Flowers in Wallwood

Yorston Lodge