NEWBURY IN BLOOM - ENTRY FOR 2023 IS NOW CLOSED
Judging will take place week commencing 19 June 2023.
We are excited to have received 39 applications, once again an increase on last year’s entrants.
The competition aims to improve the appearance of the town and environment, making Newbury a greener, cleaner and more pleasant place to live together with promoting horticultural excellence.
All entrants will be invited to attend an awards evening in September.
This year’s categories 2023 are:
- Neighbourhood - 5 + properties (including almshouses & canal boats)
- Community Projects - any community or Group working together.
- Places of Worship or Assembly
- Miniature Garden - (window box, hanging basket 1mx1m max)
Awards will be presented for current and ongoing projects and can be of any size, small or large.
For information on the judges scoring system please click here.
For a full list of the entrants for 2023 click here
Any questions please email email@example.com or call us on 01635 35486.
Click on the links below to see a short film of the Community Projects that are currently taking place together with Newbury Town Council:
NHS Commemorative Garden at Old Hospital Green
City Recreation Ground Orchard & Wildflower Meadow
Secret Garden Project, Lock Island
Here we are showcasing some of the best efforts from within our town.
Britain in Bloom
Newbury is now starting to see the benefits from these campaigns and the improvements to the town’s appearance. The campaign awards prizes for the best Community Project, Place of Worship, School, Business, Allotment plot and Almshouses with new categories planned. Over recent years we have produced some fantastic results.
Britain in Bloom will incorporate the highlights of Newbury in Bloom and will be used to continue to improve the appearance and the environment of the Town.
Register your interest
If you are interested in being involved in Britain in Bloom or Newbury in Bloom please contact James on 01635 35486 or firstname.lastname@example.org