Bright Kids Creates Bloomin Good Community Area

Millennium Bright Kids  has regenerated a key local area at its HQ in Studley as part of the Studley in Bloom competition.

Bright Kids moved into the head office at Millennium House – the former Studley Library – on Studley High Street earlier this year.

And now staff and children have regenerated the surrounding area by investing in new planters and creating a community seating area which allowed Studley in Bloom to create a picturesque area as part of their bid to achieve a third Gold in the awards.

Bright Kids Owner and Chief Executive Tricia Wellings said: “Bright Kids has been happy to support this local initiative and make this community space more inviting for the villagers. A lot of hard work goes into judging day and we were delighted to meet with the judges to chat about how we have changed the old library and courtyard into a more appealing community space and training rooms for local schools and businesses.”

Studley in Bloom is a voluntary organisation funded partly by Studley Parish Council, and partly by donations and contributions in kind.

It aims to provide planters and hanging baskets at strategic sites around the village and encourage local folk, both business and residents, to keep gardens and frontages clean and well presented and create an environment of which Studley can feel proud.

Studley_In_BloomPictured are (l-r): Jacky Hutchinson, Barbara Campbell, David Saunders, Tricia Wellings, Barbara Saunders and Liebthal.

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