Starting young and keen

Here we have our newest gardening enthusiasts – Daisy and Stan Hunter – with Steve their Dad.

What a wonderful way to start an interest in gardening and wildlife.

Let us hope they will represent us at the 2010 Yorkshire in Bloom Award……


Yorkshire in Bloom 2009 AND 2010

Despite a bit of weather to spoil all this Global warming, we are busy planning for a colourful 2010 season.

Not only will we, along with our neighbours around the station be welcoming the Yorkshire in Bloom judges, but are planning to start a Community Garden on the embankment.

Watch this space!

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Along with with our neighbours,  the 2009  Yorkshire in Bloom award – judging was on

Tuesday 21 July In Pennine monsoon conditions!

Both station volunteers and our neighbours welcomed the judge,

Malcolm Sunderland over coffee and biscuits kindly provided by Fr John Gott.

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Eh, we had a reet good do.

October 2nd the Yorks in Bloom Judge, Malcolm Sunderland joined us for lunch at the Church of the Good Shepherd through the hosptitality of Fr John and the donations from Lyn at the Shoulder of Mutton and Cllr Christine Bampton-Smith and her free-range hens.

All put together by our Hon Secretary, Sue Mitchell

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Photos by Stephanie Ryan of the Warley Bloom Group


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Matt Gibson, our Station Manager receiving a small token of our appreciation from the Mayor of Hebden Royd, Cllr John Beacroft-MItchell. 

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