A FLOWER trail is back and bigger than ever.

Droitwich in Bloom, the town’s popular artificial flower trail, has returned.

Eight floral displays, including four new additions for this year, have been installed around the town for people to find and enjoy.

Gemma Ranford, place projects officer for Droitwich Spa and Droitwich in Bloom organiser, said: “Last year’s Droitwich in Bloom created a massive buzz in the local area and attracted lots of new visitors to explore the town.

“This year, thanks to the support of our partners, there is even more to enjoy.”

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Droitwich In Bloom is funded by Wychavon and Droitwich Spa Town Council.

It aims to support the district’s town centres and encourage visitors to explore all Worcestershire’s Vale and Spa has to offer.

 One new feature this year is the addition of a children’s art rubbing trail.

Kids are able to pick up a free activity book, which they can then use to make a rubbing at each location.

Anyone who collects all eight will be rewarded with stickers and a free packet of seeds donated by Webbs Garden Centre, to plant at home.

The activity booklets, which include a map of the trail, can be found at Droitwich Heritage Centre in Victoria Square, Bluebells Florist in St Andrew’s Square, and at Nelly’s Yard in the High Street.

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Come August there will be free floral-themed arts and crafts workshops hosted by Spare Room Arts.

Youngsters will have the chance to make their own paper flower crowns and their own wreaths for Autumn.

Visitors are also being encouraged to share their pictures from the trail by tagging @ValeandSpa and using #DroitwichInBloom on social media.

The trail will be available to enjoy until September 1.

For more information or to download a trail map, visit www.valeandspa.co.uk/droitwich-in-bloom.