Bury In Bloom has officially unveiled a floral display as a thank you to NHS Staff.
The Fountain of Flowers was officially unveiled at West Suffolk Hospital yesterday, Tuesday 21st July. The two-meter-high floral display, weighing 300kgs, was funded by donations from members the public, the Bury St Edmunds Society and Councillor’s Paul Hopfensperger and West Suffolk Council chairman Councillor Brian Harvey locality budgets.
Today @BuryinBloom officially opened the ‘Fountain of Flowers’ at the West Suffolk Hospital to say a massive ‘Thank You!’ for the brilliant work undertaken by all healthcare workers during the #COVID19 pandemic. I donated £500 from my @West_Suffolk locality budget towards it.😎🌷 pic.twitter.com/UYheONNrSk
— 🏛 Cllr Paul Hopfensperger (@CllrHoffy) July 21, 2020
Tweet by Cllr Hopfensperger – photos JOSEPHINE SWEETMAN
Bury in Bloom say that the display is a ‘Giant Thank You’ to all the staff and carers at West Suffolk Hospital.
Donations were also made by Woolpit Nurseries, CCG Gardeners, and the West Suffolk Hospital Estates Department
The Fountain of Flowers can be found by the steps as visitors and staff approach the hospital entrance from Car Park A and will be replanted in the autumn for a winter display.