King’s Lynn Says It With Flowers For 42F

Sqn crest in flowersA raised circular flower bed in King’s Lynn’s St. James’s Park was recently planted with a design that depicts the Air Training Corps 42F (King’s Lynn) Squadron’s emblem.

The floral tribute to the Squadron has been produced by the Councils skilled gardeners to coincide with the imminent Freedom of the Borough Parade that the Squadron will be exercising on Saturday 18th July on the town’s South Quay.

The flower bed, in a prominent position at the junction of St. James Road and Blackfriars Road, is in a colourful area of the park that is enjoyed by a large number of people.

Keen to see their Squadron’s badge displayed in this stunning way, 42F’s cadets, Georgie Kirby and Lucy Barton were the first members of the Squadron to visit the flower bed and admire the clever way in which the different plants had been chosen and positioned to produce the intricate design.