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On the look out for blooming marvellous gardens |   ENTRY FORM

 Green fingered gardeners can be nominated for the annual Royal Borough Garden in Bloom competition that started earlier this month.

 The competition is held every year and recognises the efforts of those who have beautifully tended front gardens or a garden area that is visible to the public from a road or footpath.

 Residents can nominate any individual private garden, groups of gardens or community gardens before the competition’s closing date in late July.

 Ward councillors will then start working their way around local streets and selecting the best maintained front gardens for a Garden in Bloom certificate and rosette. A runner up and finalist for each ward will also be selected.

 Cllr Claire Stretton, principal member for culture and communities, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to recognise the contribution our green-fingered residents make to the Royal Borough through their beautiful gardens.

 “I encourage the whole community to get involved by nominating friends and neighbours who have particularly impressive gardens.

“I know all the councillors really look forward to seeing the results of all the hard work residents put in to their gardens.”

  The Royal Borough has a range of schemes residents can sign up to so they can help make their local area look better.

 

The council’s Adopt-a-Street initiative encourages local people to volunteer to care for their communities and local environment through collecting litter from their local streets and areas.  Volunteering for this scheme does not mean a reduction in the council's street cleaning schedules but aims to compliment and enhance this service.

 Entry forms for Garden in Bloom are available online at: http://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/info/200173/nature_and_conservation/100/garden_in_bloom_awards

 More information about the Adopt-a-Street initiative is available at: http://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/info/200195/volunteering/65/adopt-a-street