Pupils plant bluebells in King’s Lynn park

Children from Greyfriars Primary School, ready for the Bluebell planting in the Walks King's Lynn
Pupils from Hunstanton Class in front of these colourful display of daffodils. ANL-160316-164632009

Children from Greyfriars Primary School, ready for the Bluebell planting in the Walks King's Lynn Pupils from Hunstanton Class in front of these colourful display of daffodils. ANL-160316-164632009

On Wednesday, students at Greyfriars Primary school planted bluebells at The Walks.

The children spent an hour of their school day planting several large buckets of bluebells behind Red Mount Chapel.

The children had lots of fun, so much so in fact that they are apparently still talking excitedly about it yesterday.

They are also justifiably proud of their achievement, with several taking their parents to the Walks to show them the planted flowers.

A teacher accompanying them said: “It is nice to be involved in helping the community and for the children to have an outdoor experience.” Greyfriars aims to return throughout this year to observe the growth of its bluebells. mlnf16pm03170