PICS: LiveWire garden inspired by Golden Gates among Warrington displays at Tatton

Alan Nugent at the LiveWire garden

Chadwicks from Warrington at the Ferris wheel

Watering from Croft Primary School

Evelyn Street pupils being interviewed by Paul Crone from Granada TV

Pupils from Lymm High School

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A GARDEN inspired by the properties of Golden Gates Housing  and created by LiveWire is among the Warrington displays at this week’s RHS Tatton Flower Show.

The show takes place at Tatton Park near Knutsford until Sunday with displays from across the town.

The LiveWire garden, designed by Alan Nugent, is inspired by those tenants at Golden Gates Housing properties.

And the plants have been donated by Long Lane and Walton Lea garden centres with labour from the Cheshire Probation Trust.

It will be recreated at the Orford Jubilee Neighbourhood hub at the completion of the show.

Meanwhile students from schools across the town including Boteler in Latchford, Lymm High, Croft Primary and Evelyn Street also got involved.

Guardian photographer Dave Gillespie had a sneak preview today, Tuesday, before the show opens to members of the public.

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