(1) Wildflowers. Great news, last week with the brilliant help of the Ashworth Hospital Gardeners we prepared and laid the wildflower turf courtesy of a 10% discount from Allturf, and should look magnificent alongside the spring flowering bulb borders in 2021. We surrounded the wildflower turf with creosoted stakes courtesy of free recycled timber from Barney Rubbles, to enable the ground maintenance team (Spacecare) to distinguish between the normal grass and wildflower turf, as it only requires cutting once a year. It is the ideal time to lay the wildflower turf with sufficiently moist weather to establish itself before the winter frost. Following the weeding this week, we are hoping to provide another layer of wood chippings to be spread over the three borders, over the next fortnight, courtesy of Paul Richards (Tree Surgeon). (2) Recycling Rhinoceros Sculpture. Following a similar delay due to pandemic restrictions. Chris Butler (Castle Foundry Director) has utilised a small rhinoceros model (pictured) and had it 3-D printed into a slightly larger model, before using a technology to accurately project a life-size model to create the galvanised mesh steel sculpture, with suitable holes at the top to insert the bottle tops and a trap door the bottom to release the bottle tops when required. Chris is hopeful that we may be able to install the sculpture in October/November, with a suitable plinth area. (3) The noticeboard, once we have an idea of how much money will be available following the above work, we will then order and install this item hopefully by the end of the year. Thank you once again for all your support, kind comments and interest whilst we have been working on Stafford Moreton Way, it has been really appreciated. The Next Project 2020 – at Woodend/Bobby’s Wood, near the junction of Liverpool Road South and Northway, has now been magnificently crowdfunding since April and will complete at the end of October. We have only 3% (£604) of our target to achieve and will really benefit from any support you feel able to provide. Information and how to donate can be found at www.spacehive.com/woodend, local community survey results, Q&A, Information Sheet at http://www.maghull-tc.gov.uk/news, and contact at Woodendcwp@gmail.com Many Thanks to Everyone, you have been unbelievable at such a challenging time.