WTM Stories: flowers fit for a Queen

Flowers outside Assembly Hall Worthing

WTM Stories: flowers fit for a Queen

Volunteers and staff at Worthing Theatres and Museum have planted some flora in anticipation of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee this week.

Buildings and Facilities Manager Chris Studley-Gray was part of the group’s initiative to create something beautiful for the Jubilee.

The stone troughs either side of the Assembly Hall entrance have been filled with a weeping cherry tree each, surrounded by alternating Fuchsias and Chrysanthemums.

We can’t wait to see how they’ll grow! Thank you to Chris and the rest of the team for creating such a beautiful display.

Assembly Hall weeping cherry tree

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