BOUQUETS were laid around a Sudbury destination to encourage people to ‘spread happiness and smiles’ to others visiting the venue.
Twenty Lonely Bouquets were made by the WELLIES Project in Sudbury and placed around Sudbury Hall, as part of a national project which encourages people to make up a little bouquet and leave it for a stranger to find.
The WELLIES Project provides therapeutic activities using animals, plants and the countryside for people recovering from mental illness.
The project has received funding from The European Social Fund through Enable.
Julie White, joint director of the project said: “We are pleased to collaborate with Sudbury Hall for The Lonely Bouquet Project and hope that some of our participants will go on to volunteer at the hall or in the gardens.”
Thousands of people across the country have been taking part in the Lonely Bouquet Project leaving bouquets for others to find and take home and enjoy.
More information and photos can be found on Facebook at The Lonely Bouquet
More information on the project is also to be found online at www.thelonelybouquet.com