On Friday 26th October and Saturday 3rd November, Nacton Make a Change and the Nacton Community Garden arranged the big bulb plant on Queensway Park to turn the park into a spring delight of colour. Priory Heath Candidate Sam Murray attended both days with her children and got her hands dirty planting the bulbs with her fellow Priory Heath Residents. Cllr Stephen Ion also joined in on the fun Saturday.
Priory Heath Candidate Sam Murray says “well done to Ipswich Borough Council for providing the bulbs and to the residents who organised the events, I am a strong believer that an appealing environment has huge benefits on our wellbeing and mental health. Activities such as this are extremely important to bring communities together, and this one in particular will have a long lasting impact on this community.”