Youngsters saw the fruits – or rather, the flowers – of their labours when they returned to a planting project at WDH’s Benson Lane bungalows in Normanton.
In the autumn a group of students from Normanton Common school planted daffodil and tulip bulbs and found them in bloom when they went back to give the area a spring clean.
They celebrated the arrival of spring – which also marked WDH’s 10th anniversary - by handing out 30 cyclamens in pots they had decorated to residents living in the bungalows.
WDH Tenant Involvement Officer Claire Secker said: “It was lovely to see the children so enthusiastic about planting and tidying the area. They enjoy meeting and chatting to the older residents and loved handing out their potted cyclamens for them to tend in the coming months.”