Royal Horticultural Society: 2019 Britain in Bloom: North West Results

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Many Congratulation to all who entered this year’s North West In Bloom – you are MARVELLOUS!!!!

Ambergate, Atherton Level 5 – Outstanding + Community Housing Award

Amberswood Community Allotments Level 3 – Advancing

Appley Bridge in Bloom Level 4 – Thriving

Borsdane Friends Group Level 4 – Thriving

Cansfield Estate, Ashton-in-Makerfield Level 4 – Thriving

Collier’s Corner Level 5 – Outstanding

Edible Appley Bridge Level 4 – Thriving

Ellen Higginbottom Memorial Garden Level 4 – Thriving

Friends of Amberswood Level 4 – Thriving + Environment and Conservation Award

Friends of Ashton Community Garden Level 5 + Outstanding Special award for gaining level 5 over 5 consecutive years

Friends of Astley Street Park, Astley Level 3 – Advancing

Friends of Hindley Station Level 5 – Outstanding

Golborne Community Wetland Level 2 – Improving

Haigh Woodland Park Silver Gilt Award + Large Tourist Attraction

Hindley Community Allotment and Garden Society Level 5 – Outstanding

Hindley Green in Bloom Level 3 – Advancing

Ingleside, Tyldesley Level 4 – Thriving

Lancashire Mining Museum Level 4 – Thriving + Highly Commended Award

Leigh Neighbours Project Level 3 – Advancing

Millbrook Primary School, Shevington Level 3 – Advancing

Orrell Train Station Level 5 – Outstanding Best Railway Station

Shevington Parish Council Memorial Park Gold Award + Park National Distinction for Parks

St Philips C of E Primary School, Atherton The Environmental Award for Schools 2019

Wigan & Leigh College Level 4 – Thriving

Wigan & Leigh Hospice Level 5 – Outstanding

Wigan Borough in Bloom Silver Gilt Award + Large City Category Winner – Large City

Wigan Council Jubilee Park Gold Award + Park National Distinction for Parks

Wigan Council Mesnes Park Level 4 – Thriving

Wigan Council Pennington Hall Park Silver Gilt Award + Park RHS Parks and Green Spaces Award

Woodcock House, Scholes Level 3 – Advancing

Tracey Williams who coordinated the event said

“In summary, we had 30 entrants and came away with 39 awards, which is the highest to date.

Congratulations and thank you to everyone who took part this year.  This really is a team effort and your dedication and commitment to maintaining the environment is appreciated, whether you enter the competition or not.

Next years theme will be the Olympics and the Council’s route will cover Astley, Tyldesley, Atherton and Howe Bridge”