Primary School Pupils Plant Daffodils For St David's Day

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Posted Nov 22nd, 2017

Beech Developments has donated 500 daffodil bulbs to its neighbouring school Ysgol Awel Y Mynydd, Llandudno Junction.

Each bulb represents a pupil at the brand new super school, situated just a short walk from Beech Developments National award-winning Gwel Y Mynydd development off Narrow Lane.

The big plant took place within the grounds of the primary school, on Tuesday, 21st November.  When each pupil, aged between two and 11, planted their own bulb in circles representative of each class.

Daffodil bulbs are planted in the Autumn to flower the following Spring and will flower again each year. 

A spokesperson from Beech Developments says; “We are so proud of all the children taking part in the big plant. There is nothing more satisfying to watch something grow that you have planted with your own hands. The narcissus flower with its bright yellow trumpet is one of the Welsh National emblems and it is hoped Ysgol Awel Y Mynydd’s spring garden will be filled with golden daffodils next St David’s Day (1st March).”

Llion Elis, head teacher, Ysgol Awel Y Mynydd says “We would like to thank Beech Developments for the donation. All the children thoroughly enjoyed planting the daffodils and we look forward to seeing the flowers flourish each Spring.”

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