Floral legacy blooms at Taylor Wimpey’s Lark Grange  

It’s clear spring has arrived when you see the bright yellow blooms of cheerful daffodils appear.

As part of Taylor Wimpey’s national ‘Proud’ campaign, and to help increase biodiversity in the local area, the homebuilder planted 2,250 daffodil bulbs at its Lark Grange development in Bury St Edmunds, which have now blossomed into a colourful display.

Throughout the region, Taylor Wimpey East Anglia has planted 19,500 daffodil bulbs at its new housing developments including, Admirals Quarter in Holbrook, Grosvenor Park in Attleborough, Tharston Meadow in Tharston, Hampden View in Costessey, Castle Keep in Framlingham, Kingsbrook Place in Elmswell and Northfield View in Stowmarket.

Caroline Carter, sales and marketing director at Taylor Wimpey East Anglia, said: “We are proud to show our commitment and pride to leaving a lasting legacy in the communities in which we build our new homes. We want to leave a place that both our customers and other local residents will enjoy long after we have finished building. We hope that the bulbs will grow year after year into a lovely display that the people of Bury St Edmunds  will continue to admire.”

Clare Richards, sales executive at Lark Grange, said: “It’s great to be able to look out onto the development at the wonderful array of daffodils which have bloomed into a vibrant floral display. We’ve had lots of lovely compliments from residents and visitors and we know that residents at Lark Grange will look forward to the daffodils blooming in years to come.”

Further information about Taylor Wimpey’s Lark Grange development can be found online at www.taylorwimpey.co.uk

Pictured above are sales executive Clare Richards and site manager Shaun Taylor at Taylor Wimpey’s Lark Grange development.

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