Volunteers urged to help at Homerton’s wildflower station

Volunteers who look after London’s first wildflower station are looking for helpers to roll up their sleeves and join a weeding session.

Friends of Homerton Station have transformed the station by planting an array of wildflowers and bulbs to brighten up the station and cheer up commuters and encourage wildlife including bees and butterflies.

There are 360,000 passenger journeys which begin or end at the station every year.

The Friends will be tidying up the station on Saturday April 30 and would welcome helpers coming to join them. Further details about getting involved are available at www.friendsofhomerton.org.uk

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