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Horley in Bloom results

Results of the Horley in Bloom competition judged on 3 July.

Horley in Bloom

Residential Front Garden
1st: Peggy Clarke
2nd: June Ward
Highly Commended: Brian Hawes

Residential Back Garden
1st : Tony Lawrence
2nd: Dr Jim Williamson
Highly Commended: Eileen O’Malley

Cottage Garden
1st: Ken Greaves
2nd: June Ward

Flats
Equal 1st: John Hay & John Byrne

Hanging Basket
1st: Brian Hawes
2nd: The Farmhouse

Schools
1st: Langshott Infant School
2nd: Charlwood Village Infant School
Highly Commended: Horley Infant School

Community
1st: Douglas House
2nd: St Wilfrid’s Church
Highly Commended: Norman Coyne

Commercial
1st: The Farmhouse
2nd: The Gatwick
Highly Commended: The Coppingham Arms

Best Newcomer
1st: Dr Jim Williamson

Best Jubilee Entry
1st: June Ward

Mike George, Horley in Bloom Chairman, said: “We were very pleased to see some “returning” entries this year, as well as welcoming our newcomers into the competition.

A presentation evening will be held on Friday 28 September at Regent House, Albert Road, when the awards will be presented.


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