Holy Trinity Church Grounds

HT grounds in autumn

Holy Trinity Church is surrounded by a pleasant area of grass and trees, providing a green oasis in the centre of the town.  At Christmas lights are placed in some of the trees and in 2015 a Christmas tree was installed in the grounds for the first time.

Bulbs have been planted in some areas of the grass and planters and raised beds around the church help to provide colour throughout the year and attract bees and other insects.

Raised flower bed

 

In the church grounds this month: the troughs and planters are full of colour.

 

Plants in trough at Holy Trinity.

 

These are some examples of plants and insects in the church grounds throughout the year. Click on a photograph for a larger image.

Spring

Crocuses and snowdrops

Crocuses and snowdrops in the grass

Tulips

Tulips in one of the troughs

Bee on berberis

Bee on berberis

Summer

Tree bumblebee on mallow

Tree bumblebee on mallow

Flower troughs

Flower troughs

Common carder bumblebee on lavender

Common carder bumblebee on lavender

Autumn

Buff tailed bumblebee on dahlia

Buff tailed bumblebee on dahlia

Foliage and flowers in a planter

Foliage and flowers in a planter

Autumn colour in a leaf

Autumn colour in a leaf

Winter

Winter flowering pansy

Winter flowering pansy

Carol singing around the Christmas tree

Carol singing around the Christmas tree

The elm tree in winter

The elm tree in winter

 

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