There is now some evidence of our green fingered efforts to plant 300 Wild Daffodils on Fairwarp Vllage Green.
Wild Daffodils are notoriously difficult to get started, but no doubt they will all eventually make their appearance when they are ready.
Their sisters, so beautifully immortalised by William Wordsworth in his lyric poem ‘Daffodils’ have been “fluttering and dancing in the breeze” in the Lake District since 1802. Hopefully, when ours wake up they will grace our Village Green “tossing their heads in sprightly dance” for many years to come.
Angela Tilly, President