A Droitwich flower trail is returning with five floral displays, activities for children and prizes.

Droitwich in Bloom has reopened and is available for public visits until Sunday, September 1.

This year features five fresh displays around the town centre, including a lido-inspired theme, a blossom arch, tropical wall, flower arch, and beautifully designed garlands suspended over the high street.

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The children's art rubbing trail, which was successfully introduced last year, makes a return.

Using a free activity booklet, children can gather rubbings at each location with stickers and prizes up for grabs to anyone who completes the task.

Attendees are urged to share their pictures from the trail on social media via the @ValeandSpa handle and using the hashtag #DroitwichInBloom.

Gemma Ranford, Wychavon’s place projects officer for Droitwich Spa, said: "Droitwich in Bloom keeps growing in success each year, and creates a massive buzz.

"It’s great to see locals and visitors to the area enjoy the displays and support the local businesses.

"I hope everyone enjoys the displays and shares lots of photos with us."

Matt Nicol, chairman of Droitwich Spa Place Board, said: "It’s exciting to see the number of families from Droitwich and surrounding areas enjoying the hard work that has been put into delivering Droitwich in Bloom this year.

"Thanks to the local businesses in and around Droitwich who continue to help make our historic town bloom."

Complimentary activity booklets as well as trail maps are available from Droitwich Heritage Centre, Ace Essentials, and Nelly’s Yard Café.

Prizes and stickers can also be collected from these spots.

Furthermore, there will be a series of free, no-booking-required floral-themed arts and crafts workshops from July through to August as part of the trail.

Workshops will be held at Droitwich Heritage Centre during three time slots on select dates.

For more details about the trail and workshops, visit https://valeandspa.co.uk/droitwich-in-bloom/.