Get your thinking cap on to help transform a forgotten patch off grass outside the town’s toilets.
The Kenilworth in Bloom Committee has been given the green light to take over the area of land at Abbey End - and is calling on creative residents to help shape its future.
The group has been looking for a suitable area for some time, and now can get designing ready to plant in the spring to brighten another area up.
Bob Watson, acting chair of the committee, said: “The area is looking very tired and tatty and is in need of some care and attention to make it look more attractive. We want to make a rather dull entrance into Abbey End car park into a thing of beauty and look forward to receiving the community’s ideas. We are hoping that the community will get involved by sending us some design and sustainable planting ideas.”
Work will need to start in the spring and ideas will be taken until the end of December in hope of drumming up come creative solutions to brighten up the land.
Anyone with a vision can contact the group by email at AbbeyEnd@kenilworth inbloom.org.uk or by post to Bob Watson at 2 Fieldgate Lane, Kenilworth, CV8 1BT.
The person behind the winning suggestion will be praised on a plaque on the side of one of the group’s floral tubes for a year.
Kenilworth in Bloom is a group of volunteers who plant and maintain flowers in tubs across the town and along Warwick Road. Members also raise funds and hold a garden competition for residents each year.