Sutton Rotary using flower power to fight polio
Purple crocuses are popping up across Sutton as part of a campaign to eliminate polio.
The blooms can be seen in Beddington Park, Wallington Green and various schools and community spaces.
The Purple Flowers represent the colour of ink dabbed on a child’s little finger to indicate they have been immunised against polio.
More than 50,000 were planted by Sutton Rotary Clubs to draw attention to their campaign to eliminate the deadly disease, polio.
For more information visit focusonthecrocus.org.
Anyone wishing to know about the Rotary Club work to end polio or to help local charities contact Peter Morley on 07940 014 463.