Gardening helpers wanted for flowerpots at Queen’s Park Station

PUBLISHED: 12:41 18 June 2015 | UPDATED: 12:41 18 June 2015

Could you help care for these flowers? (Pic: Twitter @Qparkres)

Could you help care for these flowers? (Pic: Twitter @Qparkres)


Green fingered gardeners in Queen’s Park are on the hunt for new volunteers to help keep the flower pots outside the station blooming during the summer months.

Queen’s Park Area Residents’ Association (QPARA) has launched an appeal for helping hands and watering cans to take part in the upkeep of their floral displays outside Queen’s Park station.

The appeal says: “With the warmer weather, the pots and planters that QPARA maintains will need frequent watering for them to look their best, especially the ones outside Queen’s Park station.”

The association’s watering team are putting together a rota and say they would “love some extra help” in the summer evenings to keep the blooms freshly watered.

To volunteer your time and watering skills contact Helen from the environment team on

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