Poynton in Bloom

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Poynton in Bloom

In association with the Town Council this voluntary group have worked hard since 2005 time planting bulbs and seasonal plants.

They have several projects which will add colour and enhance the village's appearance and hold a bi-annual ‘Garden Safari’ which raises money for local charities.

 Poynton Heritage Garden

Macclesfield Canal

Poynton Marina is the ideal place start a walk along the canal footpath or further afield into to Lyme Park and the Peak District. Walking maps are available from Civic Hall Reception.

See more of Poynton's interesting places and 'things to do' on our visitor information page.

Poynton Heritage Garden

The garden situated between the Civic Hall, Library and Priorslegh Medical Centre was the successful transformation of what was a little used public area into a colourful and tranquil space.

More photos here.

Poynton Poppies

The street poppies, made by Poynton Men in Sheds last year, were positioned along the main routes and gateways in Poynton and on noticeboards.

View a selection of photos here.

Poynton Men in Sheds Soldiers

The group made life-size Silhouette Soldiers to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Clickety Click made the poppies on the soldiers.

View a selection of photos here.

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Poynton in Bloom

Poynton in Bloom was formed in 2005 by a group of residents who wanted to make Poynton look attractive.

In association with the Town Council this voluntary group have worked hard since that time planting bulbs and seasonal plants. There are planting areas/planters around the Poynton area and these are renewed twice a year in late spring and autumn.

 

NB you can see photos of the group's Spring 2018 work below.

These include:

  • Fountain Place
  • The Alms Houses
  • St George’s Lych Gate
  • Planters on School Lane
  • Planters at Burton Drive junction with Chester Road and outside the Post Office
  • Park Lane planters
  • Planter at Dickens Lane junction with Copperfield Road
  • Planter at Clifford Road junction with Chester Road
  • Bus stop on Chester Road
  • Bus stop on Coppice Road
  • Park Lane junction with Coppice Road and Middlewood Road
  • Notice board at Hockley Junction
  • Grass verges at Coppice Road junction with Waterloo Road
  • Grass verges on Chester Road from Woodford Road junction to the boundary with Woodford (outside the Oil Terminal)
  • Planters at the junction of Woodford Road and Chester Road
  • Poynton Train Station
  • Planters and Wishing Well at Clayton Cottages (Park Lane)
  • Planter on Poynton Green
  • Planters at the Civic Hall

The Town Council has expressed its sincere appreciation as always for all the work undertaken by the volunteers that make up Poynton in Bloom.

We also have several future projects we would like to take forward which will add colour and enhance the village's appearance.

We hold a bi-annual ‘Garden Safari’ which raises money for local charities - see above.

If you would like to know more please contact Chairman Janet Burton via email on poyntoninbloom@talktalk.net

2018 Photos - Thank you to Janet Burton.

Poynton in Bloom Flower Display

Poynton in Bloom Flower Display

Poynton in Bloom Flower Display

Poynton in Bloom Flower Display

 

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