OVER 60 people helped with bulb planting at the Ilkley and Ben  Rhydding Community Orchards last weekend including on Saturday children from the Ist Ben Rhydding Brownies, the 1st Ben Rhydding Scouts and the 1st Ben  Rhydding Cubs accompanied by their leader Lucinda Warnes, pupils from Ashlands and Ben Rhydding primary schools, their families and local residents. On Sunday it was the Ilkley Christchurch Scout group who turned out to help along with  members of Climate Action Ilkley and their families.  Kath Steward of Climate Action Ilkley said: “We had a great response to the call for help and we  had over 30 people on each day. Over 1000 snowdrop and wild daffodil bulbs were planted on  each site and we were finished within an hour. It was lovely to see children and older people  caring enough to turn out on a rather cold dull day. People really seem to appreciate the  orchards and one person said to me that it made them feel good that things like this were  happening in Ilkley.”