Wordsworth Road daffodil planting day
We’re looking forward to spring by brightening up Wordsworth Road with a host of golden daffodils to celebrate the poet after which our road was named.
We’re having a bulb planting day on 30 November 11am-1pm at St Matthias Halls and Church. Come and plant a bulb – and take one home to brighten your home when it flowers in spring.
Our part of Stoke Newington was developed in the mid-19th century and in order to attract buyers for the larger houses that were built here, they named the roads after England’s greatest poets – Shakespeare Walk, Milton Grove, Cowper Road, Spenser Grove, and Wordsworth Road.
Together we can turn our road into Wordsworth’s famous ‘host of golden daffodils’.
Hot chocolate will be served.
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