West Farleigh in Bloom

 

 

West Farleigh in Bloom

 

West Farleigh entered the Village category of South and South East in Bloom for the first time in 2018 and we received a Bronze certificate which we were all very pleased with.

 

In 2019 we have once again entered the Village cateogry and also the Churchyard category additionally. We look forward to a colourful year ahead (and hopefully Silver!)

 

2019 Entries

 

If you would like to see our presentations to the South and South East in Bloom judges, please see both editions here:

 

Village 2019

 

Churchyard 2019

Read more about our floral efforts in the community:

 

The churchyard is looking good

 

Flower Arrangers at All Saints

 

Monthly Litter Picking

 

All Saints Plant Sale (Coming Soon)

 

Smiths Hall NGS Open Day (Coming Soon)

Read our Monthly blog about birds, animals and wildlife in West Farleigh by local resident Ray Morris.  Farleigh Feathers 

Read our Monthly blog about gardening by professional gardener Jon Fenlon.

This Month in the Garden

 

 

 

Feb: What we will be judged on

Posted on 10th March, 2018

The West Farleigh in Bloom initiative for 2018 has attracted a great deal of interest with 13 people keen to get involved to date – more are always welcome (email editor@thefarleighs.com).

 

We have entered the South and South East in Bloom ‘Village’ category and are to expect a visit from the judges in July this year.

  • The judges will be looking for horticultural impact (design, colour, appropriate choice of plants) and horticultural practice (cultivation, maintenance, sustainability, new planting) in residential and community areas. These could be Church grounds, car parks, rural businesses such as pubs and green spaces such as verges, parks and open spaces.
  • The competition also aims for Environmental responsibility so wildlife areas, natural habitat, local heritage, litter, dog fouling and ensuring there is pride in the landscape.
  • Finally Community Participation, engaging a wide range of people, awareness and understanding, engagement with young people and other community groups and press coverage.

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