The Mayor of Corby, Cllr Mohammed Rahman will be joining Westdale Midlands Ltd and users of the Autumn Centre to plant 2,000 Daffodil bulbs in areas surrounding newly refurbished flats on the Exeter estate on Monday 12th November.
The bulbs are being donated by Westdale Midlands as a thank you to the tenants of the flats on Burghley Drive and Counts Farm Road as well as the The Autumn Centre who allowed the team to utilise their car park whilst undertaking work.
Work is currently taking place on these flats to externally insulate, render and carry out structural works and should be completed for the end of the month. The planting of bulbs and a general tidy up of the green areas around the flats is hoped to enhance the work that is being done.
The Mayor of Corby, Cllr Mohammed Rahman, said:
‘I would like to thank Westdale Midlands for donating the bulbs and helping us not only to improve the flats but also the surrounding areas. We hope that the residents in the area enjoy the new look.’
Adrian Bishop, Westdale’s Divisional Director commented:
‘I’m delighted that this part of the refurbishment programme has had such an impact on the area. I am sure that the bulbs will look fantastic in the spring and further enhance the work we have done in partnership with Corby Borough Council.’