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WIN YOUR SCHOOL A PRIZE

This year’s floral art competition is open to all pupils of schools in the borough and promises a prize to the school attended by the winner of each of five age categories, from under five years up to sixth form. In addition to a commemorative certificate to display each school will receive a £50 garden centre voucher.

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BEST VILLAGE IN BLOOM 2018

Lower Twickenham Village was announced this year’s Best Village in Bloom at the awards ceremony held this week (September 25) at Clarendon Hall, York House, where it was the final presentation to be made by Mayor Councillor Ben Khosa. It had been chosen from four finalist entries which also included Barnes, Hampton Wick and Kew.

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Bruce Lyons, of Crusader Travel, receiving the winner’s trophy from the Mayor.

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NADIA WINS THE TROPHY

An eye-catching painting of dandelions by seven-year-old Nadia Boeva from Collis Primary School won this year’s trophy in the floral art competition held by Richmond Borough in Bloom. It was presented to her by the Deputy Mayor Cllr Benedict Dias at a special ceremony at York House this week (April 24).

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Deputy Mayor Cllr Benedict Dias presents Nadia with her trophy.

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HAMPTON HILL JUNIOR SCHOOL TAKE THE TOP PRIZE

Pupils from eleven schools were presented with awards on July 9 at York House by the Mayor Cllr Martin Seymour in recognition of their involvement in gardening and conservation enterprises within the school grounds. The annual school gardening competition is run by Richmond Borough in Bloom and sponsored by Squire’s Garden Centre. The overall winner’s trophy, gold certificate and £100 gardening vouchers went to Hampton Hill Junior School.

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WINNER IN THE WIND

Thousands of entries were received by Richmond Borough in Bloom for this year’s floral art competition, sent in by 27 schools. We were looking for an eye-catching painting showing talent as well as good observation of summer in the garden to illustrate the poster to publicise the season’s gardening competitions open to residents, community groups and business throughout the borough.

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Pictured above, the panel of judges with Mayor Cllr Lisa Blakemore, from left to right: Colin Squire, Sheena Harold, Lucy Kourpas, Susan Hare.

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