Forms home Community bulb planting application form Community bulb planting application form 1. Your detailsFull name(Required)Name of group or school (if applicable)Contact numberEmail address(Required) Our main communication is done via email. Please ensure your email address correct and set your inbox settings to allow emails from Redbridge.Address(Required)Find addressSelected address 2. DeliveryThe bulbs will be delivered to the address provided between from Monday 5 October and Thursday 15 October. Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak we will put in place a number of measures, such as contact-free delivery to protect our staff and residents. Let us know your preferred safe place for delivery in case you are not in (e.g.porch)(Required)3. PlantingYou can use the bulbs to plant in spaces that benefit the community. Planting areas do not include private gardens/land, Vision RCL parks/sites, grass verges/areas, and tree pits, as this can damage the tree roots. These requests will not be processed.Site locations where bulbs will be planted(Required)Find addressSelected address Please choose a location that is nearest to your planting site.If there are more than one location, please provide the additional addressesApproximate size of planting site (in square metres)(Required)0 to 1011 to 5051 to 100Over to 100If multiple locations, please provide size of the combined areaPlanting site(Required) Communal shrub bed Communal flower bed Communal garden Communal planters Raised beds Roundabout or island Car park Pathway Church yard School ground Community centre Millennium garden Sensory garden Any other planting siteCurrent photos of the site(Required) Drop files here or Please, ensure to keep within the maximum file size limit of 10MB.Who will benefit from the planting?(Required) Local community School community Adult learners Vulnerable adults Visitors Businesses Any other comments on how the planting has or will benefit our communityWhat plants would you prefer? (subject to availability)(Required) Daffodils (regular size) Daffodils (dwarf size) Tulips Crocuses Snowdrops Grape Hyacinth (Muscari) 4. Additional informationYou are responsible for the health and safety of your group. We shall not be responsible for any injury, loss, damage, cost or expense caused as a result of participation and we are unable to indemnify participants. We will provide you with a template risk assessment and a health and safety checklist which we strongly advise you to complete. Health and safety agreement(Required) I confirm I understand Are you planning to plant your bulbs on the Big Bulb Planting Weekend (16 to 18 October?)(Required)YesNoHas your group participated in the scheme last year?(Required)YesNoHas your group done or planning to do any other community projects/activities or events?(Required)YesNoPlease provide description of activities or event(Required)Please provide a short description of activitiesThe Redbridge Neighbourhood Team is planning to organise regular Seed and Plant Exchange or similar greening events or projects where local gardening groups can meet, network, share knowledge and experience, make friends, as well as exchange seeds to increase the variety of their plants without spending any money. Would you be interested in attending seed exchange or similar greening events? If so, can we contact you via email to advise when these events are taking place?(Required)YesNoWe will be in touch with successful applicants by Friday, 2 October. If you do not hear from us via email by this date your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion (please check your spam email folder). Thank you for your interest in the scheme.