Smiles all round for Ryde in Bloom Seeds, time to make Ryde bloom!
Ryde Town Council have partnered with Haylands Farm to provide over 1000 packs of seeds free of charge to Ryde primary schools who want to take part.
Haylands Farm Manager Nichola Cook said: “We are proud to be a part of this project and supporting the local community. It’s been a great opportunity for us to work alongside Ryde Town Council and the local schools.”
We are delighted to announce that the two categories; Adults and Under 16’s are sponsored by Wightlink and Goodleaf Tree Climbing.
Wightlink Chief Executive Keith Greenfield said: “We are really pleased to support this year’s Ryde in Bloom competition and look forward to seeing the town burst into colour this summer. As well as providing a boost to wildlife, the blooms will also create a warm and vibrant welcome for visitors and give everyone a much-needed boost in what has been a challenging year. Best of luck to everyone taking part!”
Paul McCathie from Goodleaf Tree Climbing said “We know how brilliant it is spending time outside, in the fresh air, connecting with nature. We’re very proud to sponsor Ryde in Bloom and encourage Ryde’s residents to get busy on their green spaces – we can’t wait to see the results!”