As the lockdown restrictions continue to lift, Beverley Town Council is brightening up the town; with colourful floral displays now appearing in the town centre and the outlying housing estates.
Mayor Tom Astell explains:
“This summer we wanted to do something extra special to brighten up Beverley as people venture outside after weeks of lockdown.
This week we have put in place several spectacular floral displays features all over the town, and we are also providing hanging baskets for Beverley businesses to display outside their premises.
“We all need cheering up after what we have all been through over the last few weeks, and as most people will be remaining in the town this year, it’s even more important to do something extra special to add a vibrant touch to what already is the most beautiful town in England.
“What’s really important, though, is that this isn’t just about the town centre.
That’s why we are putting these colourful and uplifting displays in locations on the housing estates as well as the town centre.
These include Sammon Road shops, Sigston Road and Model Farm shops.”
“I hope that the displays will lift people’s spirits for a brighter summer ahead.”
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