The Town welcomed two judges from South and South East in Bloom Jean Griffin and Paul Dalby on Wednesday 5th July. The Town was being judged in the Town Category of the Regional Competition for the first time on account of the increase in the Town’s population. The Judges spent three hours seeing the best the Town had to offer and this included extra time to also Judge Redcotts Recreation Ground in the Regional Parks Competition. Included in the tour was a visit to St. John’ First School where they were shown round the grounds by the pupils. The results will be known in September.
In the meantime, the local Wimborne in Bloom competition takes place during the week commencing Monday 17th July. There is still time to enter and prizes to be won! Entry forms are available from the Tourist Information Centre, the Library, Allendale House and Allendale Community Centre. They can also be found on line at: www.wimborneinbloom.org.uk You can enter your front or back garden, your largest hanging basket or even a communal garden round an apartment block. Entries should be returned to 34 Park Lane, Wimborne Minster or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Saturday 15th July.
Two Photos attached from yesterday’s judging, both taken by Neil Davidson of Wimborne Camera Club they depict:
Photo 1: The Judges being welcomed before judging commenced with the Mayor Cllr Terry Wheeler, Chairman of Wimborne in Bloom, Richard Nunn, Members of the Wimborne in Bloom Committee along with the Town Crier Chris Brown, the Chairman of the Wimborne BID Ian Faulkner and Bid Manager, Tammy Sleet.
Photo 2: Shows the judges in the Town Centre with Eileen Worth, Wimborne Minster Chamber of Trade and Commerce Member and Richard Nunn, Chairman of Wimborne in Bloom and Anthony Oliver, Committee Member who escorted the Judges round the Town.