Marlborough in Bloom Garden Competition

marlborough bloom garden competition

Spades at the ready! Estate Agents Henry George are considering applications for the Marlborough in Bloom Garden Competition which they sponsor. Entries must be received by 12th May, 2017 and categories include, Best Garden, Best Courtyard Garden, Best Commercial Display and Best Containers and Hanging Baskets.

You don't need a huge garden or ostentatious display to win favour with the judges but artistry, attention to detail and originality is prized. Judging takes place on Wednesday 21st June and results will be announced on Friday 30th June. Good luck. For further details go to marlboroughinbloom.org.uk or register your details with Henry George Estate Agents, 46 Kingsbury St, Marlborough SN8 1JE. For queries please call Anne Crawley on 01672 512317.

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