Summer Changes at Dronfield Station

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If you've travelled to or from Dronfield Station recently, you might have noticed a few small changes which we hope you feel has improved the look for summer!

The first of these is the fence-mounted flower troughs that are in place (replacing the now ‘banned’ shelter-wall hayracks), and the summer bedding plants are establishing themselves well in time for the 2019 Dronfield in Bloom competition. Last year, FoDS received a community award from the Dronfield in Bloom judges for appreciation of our work and our "continued efforts in making Dronfield a better place to live and work". We wish all entrants this year the very best of luck!

The second change concerns the new artwork depicting 6 Dronfield-related scenes in the style of travel posters of the last century, which have been installed in the shelters. Previously, North East Derbyshire MP, Lee Rowley, visited us to unveil some local school kid's artwork, however this time there was no ceremony. These have been installed to add a bit of interest and fun to the shelters - why not let us know which your favourite is? You can see the complete collection below: