Improving Our Community
Improving Our Community


(Site last updated 7th February 2018)

Welcome to the Daisy Hill in Bloom website. Since 2008 Daisy Hill in Bloom working to improve our environment and encourage people to get involved. Each year we've had a small grant from the Town Council to purchase plants and other supplies.  All the hard work is done by volunteers.


We're now on Facebook. Click to find our Facebook Page

For details of up-coming events, go to the "What's Happening" page.


Contact us by emailing


* Daisy Hill in Bloom has been presented with a Certificate of Achievement by Westhoughton Town Council.

* We will be organising a second Flower, Fruit and Vegetable Show this year.  All details will be published on this Website and on our Facebook page during the coming months.


Our Town Council Certificate

For more information about what's happened in previous years, go to the "Archive" page.

The Daisy Hill in Bloom Committee would like to thank Oaklands Nursery for their guidance and support.

We'd love to recruit more volunteers. If you would like to help out occasionally, or just find out a bit more about getting involved, email

To see Daisy Hill in Bloom in action go to
(We were filmed as part of the Westhoughton History Society's video record of the Jubilee Year.)

Daisy Hill in Bloom is affiliated to the Westhoughton Community Network. For more information go to

We are also linked in to the new Green Umbrella organisation which supports small environmental projects and neighbourhood groups around Bolton.


We are now registered with the "Love Bolton, Hate Litter" campaign. Find out more at


We're also linked in with Bolton's new "Green Umbrella" - a group of individuals and organisations who are keen to keep the borough tidy and looking good.


For pictures of our work go to the "Photo Gallery" page.


  • Local garden centres and nurseries - Oaklands Nursery for bulk supply of plants and valuable advice on planting, Beech Hall Garden Centre for a great deal on excellent winter bedding plants, and Heaton Fold Nursery.
  • Ecclestone Homes for supplying the bricks for the wall around one of our flower beds.
  • The Westhoughton History Society for their partnership in filming our activities.
  • Sainsburys Westhoughton for donating Easter eggs as prizes in our Easter litter picking events,
  • and to the Daisy Hill Cricket Club for hosting our meetings.