New Lowestoft in Bloom award
PROJECTS within the community will take centre stage as a new category is launched by Lowestoft in Bloom.With prizes awarded for the best community/environmental project in this year's competition - provided there are 'horticultural connections' - a call is today going out to townsfolk to get involved.
PROJECTS within the community will take centre stage as a new category is launched by Lowestoft in Bloom.
With prizes awarded for the best community/environmental project in this year's competition - provided there are 'horticultural connections' - a call is today going out to townsfolk to get involved.
Organisers of the annual contest are appealing to people to enter - and if your project especially if the project improves the environment in a way that gives pleasure to the community.
Lowestoft in Bloom committee member, Gloria Honeywood, said: 'There are many projects that are going on in our community which deserve recognition, and if you feel that you are involved with one of these and would like to enter it into our new competition, Best Community/Environmental Project we would love to hear from you.'
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Organisers are also encouraging schools to get ready with their vegetable plots, gardens, pots and baskets in preparation for this year's competition.
'Every year we see what can be achieved by our youngsters, their enthusiasm and enjoyment in what they do shows itself in the fantastic results they get,' Mrs Honeywood said.
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Entry forms are set to be sent out to schools after Easter and the hope is that the town will eventually reap all the rewards as the best Lowestoft in Bloom entries go forward into the regional Anglia in Bloom contest.
The Lowestoft in Bloom annual general meeting will be held at the Town Hall, on Thursday, May 7, at 7pm, and those interested are welcome to attend.
For details contact Mrs Honeywood, 17 Grand Avenue, Lowestoft, NR33 7AR.