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Street Cleansing and Grounds
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
- Central Park Allotment Association
- Devon Community Composting Network
- Horticultural Therapy Trust
- Plymouth in Bloom 2015
- The Big Dig
- The Conservation Foundation Tools Shed
- The National Allotment Society
- The Plymouth Show 2015
- The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
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Plymouth in Bloom celebrates our fabulous city and the efforts everyone goes to in order to make it a colourful and vibrant place to live.
Residents, businesses, community groups, allotment tenants and schools can all get involved in transforming neighbourhoods and creating a blaze of colour across Plymouth.
Through Plymouth in Bloom we aim to improve our local environment,and quality of life and to celebrate the achievements of our green fingered community.
Local volunteer judges tour the city during April and July to assess the variety of floral displays, allotment plots and sites, community projects, school gardens, floral displays and much more.
If you would like to enter the Plymouth in Bloom competition please visit our how to enter Plymouth in Bloom page for more details.
Plymouth Show 2015
The Plymouth Show is Plymouth’s annual flower and produce show, showcasing the biggest, the best and the weirdest fruit, flowers and vegetables produced by local people and interested entrants in other parts of the country. For more information please visit the Blooming Brilliant Plymouth Show website.
Plymouth in Bloom committee
The Plymouth in Bloom committee consists of active community members who have a passion about horticulture and are working towards creating a brighter more colourful local environment. Councillor Brian Vincent (Portfolio Holder for the Environment) supports the Plymouth in Bloom campaign and confirms that the Council are giving the community a bigger say in what happens within our city and that we are working towards a 'brilliant co-operative council', so why not join the group and get your hands dirty.
- Chairman - Neil Dixon (National Society of Allotment and Leisure Gardeners)
- Vice Chair - Mo Townsend (East End Community Allotments)
- Treasurer - Ricky Hoskin (Plymouth in Bloom judge)
- Secretary - Graham John
- Carol Wride - Lead Officer (Plymouth City Council)
- Bernard Todkill - Chair of Friends of Freedom Fields Park
- Caroline Mickhal - Plymouth Growing Futures (Plymouth University)
- Susan Marchal - Plymouth in Bloom judge
- Lara Jones - Web editor and School Liaison
If any one is interested in joining the Plymouth in Bloom campaign please call Street Cleansing and Grounds on 01752 606034 or Neil Dixon on 01752 363379 for information on how to get involved.
Sponsors supporting Plymouth in Bloom
Street Cleansing and Grounds would like to take this opportunity to thank all our sponsors for their continued support for the Plymouth in Bloom campaign.
- Alan Cumming and Co Estate Agent
- DFR Roofing
- Emotive Events
- Evans Harvey Solicitors
- Fairway Furniture
- Freshfields Management Co Ltd
- James Roper Solicitors
- Kawasaki Precision Machinery Ltd
- Mansbridge and Balment
- Plymouth Garden Centre
- Rowes Garage
- Town and Country Letting
- Walker Lahive Solicitors
- Yacht Haven Quay
If you would like to sponsor any aspect of Plymouth in Bloom please contact us on 01752 606034.