BEAUMONT Park will be blooming after school children planted 700 bulbs.
Pupils from Dryclough Infant School planted buds in the park to add a bit of spring-time colour.
The children aged from five to seven buried more than 700 summer and winter flowering bulbs.
Beaumont Park Ranger Diane Clifford organised the event and worked with 20 children from the Crosland Moor school.
Diane said: “I want to get the local school children involved in the park and to take pride in it.
“Over the next few weeks and months they’ll be able to come back and watch the bulbs grow and see their display.”
They created a circular flower bed near to the bandstand, which is expected to bloom during the summer.
Pupils at the school take part in regular activities in the park, including walks and wildlife sessions.