Haverfordwest Town Council recently invited members of The Soroptimists International Club recently to help sow wildflower seeds in the Priory Saltings, a 10 acre field in Haverfordwest.

The Town Council also invited children from St Mark’s VA School to sow seed, with a final blessing of the seed conducted by the Mayor’s Chaplain, Rev. Fr Neil Hook.

The Town Council want to encourage the public to access this area and have begun making it more accessible by creating a wide circular footpath through the brambles and overgrowth.

Earlier this year, the Town Council gave permission to the Soroptimists to plant trees at the site and the recent seed planting also included planting another tree nearby in memory of all past members, and the hope is to develop this area with more trees in future.  The Soroptimists will make a return visit to The Priory in the spring to see the flowers in full bloom.

Photo credit to PlantlifeCymru

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