Despite some incredible wet weather this week at Wellbank Park, work on the landscaping and orchard is underway!

Scott and Tony Atkinson, accompanied by Roxy the dog, have been able to get on-site and have made great progress. They have formed the foundations for the new sub-station and the central pedestrian pathways that will meander through the centre of the development.

This will become a key part of the carefully conidered landscaping on the site. At the heart of the Wellbank Community, residents will be able to stroll through, enjoy picking fruit from the trees and watch the wildlife.

Roxy (the very cute cocker spaniel) also joined Wellbank’s site owner Janet in the sales pod and seemed to enjoy studying the maps!

As part of the Wellbank orchard, our newel planted fruit trees are already showing signs of new life. These will eventually include heritage apples, plums and the recently planted delicious Damson Farleigh. The pink willow blossom is also looking lovely in front of the sales pod and certainly makes us all feel like Spring has truly sprung!

The trees have been expertly planted by Oliver Hart from West Lakes Tree Services.

Tree Planting at Wellbank Park
Wellbank Plum Trees
Trees in bud at Wellbank Park, West Cumbria
Wellbank Park Walkway
Roxy the dog at Wellbank Park Sales Office