Volunteers at the Easthampstead Park Crematorium have been working hard to spruce up the greenery.

The team has been working towards growing a new rose garden to give the crematorium a bit of colour.

They have been working tirelessly clearing the lawns, digging patches, and planting new seeds. 

Bracknell Forest Council released a tweet to thank all of the volunteers who have helped get the crematorium into shape.

The tweet read: "Thank you to our hardworking volunteers at Easthampstead Park Crematorium.

"They have been using re3grow compost to enrich the soil in the beautiful rose gardens."

The council has also urged others to also take part in the gardening project. 

Members of the public can get involved in the council's Green and Active Volunteers initiative. 

The initiative runs various sessions. Some upcoming volunteering events include litter picking, wildlife gardening, coppicing, site prep for grazing, scrub clearance, garden maintenance, and tree planting.