Inenco displays community spirit by supporting Lytham in Bloom's quest for gold.
Inenco volunteers have joined forces with Lytham in Bloom volunteers as the final clean up for RHS North West in Bloom took place before judging day 27th July.
Armed with a selection of brushes, shovels, waste pickers, hoes and bags, each group targeted a specific area of the judge's route, guided by a Lytham in Bloom volunteer.
“The Inenco volunteers were fantastic,” says LIB Chairman Carol Wildon. “They really got stuck in and helped enormously. Their youthful enthusiasm and energy was a joy to behold. We could do with a few more youngsters like them on a regular basis!” Carol added.
More than 25 bags of rubbish were collected - and that after we had done our usual clean up in Lytham Square on Monday night. It was gratifying to hear several members of the public congratulate us on the way the town was looking thanks partly to our joint efforts.
After three hours weeding and cleaning, we all met at the Park View Eco Pod to enjoy tea, coffee and scones. Plans are in place for a repeat performance as Lytham prepares for the visit of RHS Britain in Bloom judges on August 2nd.
A spokesperson for Inenco says: “It takes an enormous amount of hard work to make Lytham so beautiful for residents to enjoy and for visitors to return again and again. Inenco believe the work done by Lytham in Bloom benefits the entire town, and their community involvement extends beyond that of planting and tending floral displays. Many people are unaware of their excellent work. As a company, Inenco is proud to be identified with Lytham in Bloom and to be giving something back to the local community.”
“If we don’t get gold, it won’t be for the lack of effort!” says Carol. “We are most grateful to the staff and management at Inenco for their involvement. While we have a skilled and dedicated group of volunteers ourselves, we are always open to anybody joining us in whatever capacity suits them. You don’t have to have green fingers to help at Lytham in Bloom. All sorts of other skills are required and I am sure there is a place for anybody who wishes to join our happy and successful organisation.”
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