Hard work pays off for Kidderminster scouts

Kidderminster Shuttle: SEA OF PURPLE: From left, Scouts Daniel Cooper, Toby Turvey, Jack Cook, Toby Cook and Myles Edwards. Photo: COLIN HILL. SEA OF PURPLE: From left, Scouts Daniel Cooper, Toby Turvey, Jack Cook, Toby Cook and Myles Edwards. Photo: COLIN HILL.

KIDDERMINSTER scouts have been enjoying the fruits of their labour during a visit to the crocus flowers they planted last Autumn.

Members of the KD8 Scout group planted the crocuses outside Kidderminster Police Station as part of a project set up by the Kidderminster Twinning Association to bring the town closer to its twin Husum in Germany.

Husum holds a Krokus Festival each year which sees thousands of tourists visit the area.

Various groups in Kidderminster have taken part in the initiative and flowers can be seen throughout Kidderminster.

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