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Horley in Bloom results

Results of the Horley in Bloom competition judged on 4 July.  (Photos are available upon request.)
 
Residential Front Garden
1st                                           Peggy Clarke
Joint 2nd                                Anthony Lacey
Joint 2nd                                Ken Greaves
Highly Commended:            Samantha Pizzie        
Residential Back Garden
1st:                                          Ken Greaves
Joint 2nd                                Bob Cherry
Joint 2nd                                David Sharratt
Highly Commended:           Veronica Ballard
 
Flats
1st                                           John Byrne
2nd                                          William Ashton
Highly Commended:            John Bieniek
 
Hanging Basket / Planter
1st                                           The Tavern
2nd                                          Fiona Stimpson
Highly Commended:            Anthony Lacey
 
Community
1st                                              Sharea                                   
2nd                                          Anvil Court
Highly Commended:            Horley Bowling Club
 
Commercial
1st                                                                 Rosemead Guest House     
 
Public Houses
1st                                           Ye Olde Six Bells
2nd                                          Jai Ho (Coppingham Arms)
Highly Commended:            The Tavern
 
 
Schools
1st                                           Manorfield Primary & Nursery School
2nd                                          Horley Infant School
Highly Commended:            Langshott Primary School
 
Cottage Garden
1st                                           St Wilfrid’s Church
 
Best Newcomer
1st                                           Anvil Court
Highly Commended:           Colin Smith

Allotments results will follow in the next newsletter.

Mike George, Horley in Bloom Chairman, said:  “We were delighted to once again see so many newcomers entering the competition and our judges were extremely impressed with the high quality of the entries across the town in all categories and, in particular, the efforts our schools with their entries.  It was pleasing to see so many more budding gardeners this year ”  A presentation evening will be held on Friday 30 September at Regent House, Horley, when the awards will be presented.  


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