The cash donations over the last week, from customers has amounted to Morrisons (£16), Home Bargains (£33), Esso Petrol Station (£1), totalling £50 from our five home-made collection containers. Once again many thanks for everyone’s amazing continued generous support. Sorry no updates on the information below due to a recent holiday but will chase things up this week. However, check this link out from Kew Gardens for how to identify wildflowers and other resources. https://www.growwilduk.com/wildflowers/learn-about-wildflowers/whats-wildflower?utm_campaign=322151_July%202019%20newsletter%20-%20Learn&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Grow%20Wild%20%28Board%20of%20Trustees%20of%20RBGK%29&dm_i=4VE8,6WKN,RPNKA,P9J1,1#resources We are still awaiting confirmation of sculpture funding both from Veolia and Maghull Town Council since the incredibly generous offer from Castle Foundry to undertake this work for simply materials and a week of work in kind. Once the schoolchildren have returned to school we also hope to have further information from MADCOS with regard to the level of input our local schoolchildren can undertake as part of this project and some wider initiatives that have developed. For example: tree and bulb planting both at Stafford Moreton way and at their own schools via a Mersey Forest initiative, and wildlife preservation and recycling ideas around the sculpture. Following discussions with Maghull Town Council we are currently exploring the possibility of creating a formal charity out of the Friends of Stafford Moreton Way and establishing a charity group perhaps known as Friends of Maghull, that will establish various initiatives, and/or support other groups towards their goals.