A FLORAL thank you to NHS and key workers has been created in Solihull.
Solihull Council leader Ian Courts said: “As we take steps on the road to recovery, let’s not forget those that have helped us through the lockdown.
“And on the same theme, my thanks to the parks team, who have created a floral tribute and “thank you” to keyworkers in Malvern Park.
“It links to our Rainbow of Hope (Malvern Gates) and Tree of Hope competition the Love Solihull team have been running.
“The ‘Positivity Rocks’ were started by the St Alphege School Federation, although people from across the borough joined in with some from Wythall and Balsall Common as well, and have been placed around the rainbow for everyone to see and enjoy.
“When they were installed passers-by commented that they had brought a smile to their faces during lockdown and that it was lovely to see the artistic talents of local children.
“I know Malvern Park, and all of our parks and open spaces, have been a lifeline for many people’s health and wellbeing during this time. I hope they continue to offer a place to unwind and relax, and that more of you come to appreciate them too.