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Floral facelift for the Lion and Lamb

Group of five people standing in a shopping yard. Two men on right tend to flowers in a large planter.

The Lion and Lamb Yard is set to receive a floral facelift this winter.

Farnham Town Council has taken on responsibility for managing the yard’s floral displays. This will include the addition of new tubs and hanging baskets which will be planted with seasonal plants and flowers that complement the colour scheme of the town centre planting.

Councillor Pat Evans, Mayor of Farnham says: “The Lion and Lamb Yard has always been a popular area for shoppers to get away from the town centre traffic and enjoy some light refreshments in the many cafes and restaurants. We plan to enhance the environment further with some beautiful floral displays. Fresh plants will be planted in the spring and autumn by our outside workforce so there will be all year-round interest.”

Geoff Reeve from the Lion and Lamb’s local managing company Curchod and Co says: “Although the winter bedding plants have only just been planted, I am already really impressed with how they look. Having our planting up to the same standard as the rest of Farnham will enhance the yard and hopefully mean shoppers spend more time here which has got to be good for the businesses. 

Any other businesses that would like to work with Farnham Town Council in enhancing their grounds maintenance should contact Iain McCready for an initial discussion about options.

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