For Jo Cox MP, supported by the 3 Meadows primary schools and the Meadows Muslim Centre.
A white rose was planted, as well as the flower beds being renewed by the children, who also explored the smells and textures of the sensuary garden.
Lilian Greenwood MP gave a short speech and planted a white rose.
Fifty and more people from near and far came to share some food and drink.
A gloriously hot afternoon, and a lovely set of photos – mainly taken by a 9 year old. So much for all this “I like your photo” stuff in Facebook.
Time and again in the Old Meadows, Labour voters had gone and voted before we got there. Something of a phenomenen – not sure I’d ever seen it before.
Three young women had put a Jeremy Corbyn photo in a red heart to put on display.
Cllr. Eunice Campbell promoting the Age Friendy campaign for shops to keep a spare seat in case someone needs to “take a eat” and grab a breather.
At least four shops in the Bridgeway SHopping Centre advertise the service.
Plenty of people supporting Lilian, and even those who hadn’t made their mind up were happy to pose for a photo.
Distinguishing feature this year – making garlands out of willow branches.
Over 200 attended.