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Junior section in Cromer Bloom contest

PUBLISHED: 16:09 18 June 2008 | UPDATED: 12:44 20 May 2010

BUDDING young gardeners can be part of Cromer in Bloom this year in a junior garden competition.

Entries for the Cromer in Bloom are open until June 28, and as well as the seven categories for the main competition, children from seven to 16 can submit miniature gardens.

BUDDING young gardeners can be part of Cromer in Bloom this year in a junior garden competition.

Entries for the Cromer in Bloom are open until June 28, and as well as the seven categories for the main competition, children from seven to 16 can submit miniature gardens.

For more information about Cromer in Bloom contact Yvonne Nolan on 01263 512108 or Monica Gepp on 01263 513788.

Cromer in Bloom categories:

1 Private Residences

(a) Front gardens, large or small - Ripley Rose Bowl.

(b) Front patio/balcony container, large or small - Cromer in Bloom Cup.

2 Horticultural Photographic Competition, personal choice - Cabbell Manners Plate.

3 Hotels/Guest Houses/Public Houses

Front garden/patio/balcony container display - Cromer in Bloom Shield.

4 Commercial Trade Premises

Best container/hanging basket display - Larry Randall Cup.

5 Best Road - Plaque for road.

6 Residential homes/churches/surgeries/sports buildings - Platton Cup.

7 Allotments - Cromer in Bloom Cup.

Criteria for judging - maintenance, cultivation, special features, first impression and sustainability.

Junior Garden Competition:

Make a Miniature Garden in a suitable container.

The container can be of any shape, not more than 18 inches by 18 inches, make of any material ie plastic, tin, wood, glass or a deep tray.

There will be two classes:

1 Ages from seven years to 11 years.

2 Ages from 12 years to 16 years.

Miniature Gardens to be brought to the Methodist Hall, Hall Road, Cromer on Saturday, July 12 between 11am and noon when judging will take place and prizes awarded. All entrants will receive a prize with the winners and runner-up each receiving an additional prize.


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