Yorkshire in Bloom
Tuesday 21st November 2017

Yorkshire get ready to grow

Yorkshire gets ready to grow for another blooming’ good year
29th January 2013
Communities across the region wishing to take part in the 2013 Yorkshire in Bloom campaign are being reminded to submit their entry forms by the deadline of 31st January.
The end of January deadline is for communities wishing to take part in categories 1-5 of this horticultural, environmental and community campaign ie villages, towns, cities and coastal resorts.
Entries into categories 6 – 12 of the campaign, including hotels, caravan parks, visitor attractions, neighbourhoods, universities and also the Young People’s Award which is sponsored by the North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS) - can be made online via the Yorkshire in Bloom website until February 12th 2013.
Many entry forms have already been received, both by post and online at www.yorkshireinbloom.co.uk. With almost 100 entries expected to take part, (the biggest number of entries in any region in Britain) 2013 is set to be another bloomin’ good year for Yorkshire.
 Encouraging communities to get involved, Chair of Yorkshire in Bloom, Brendan Mowforth said: “We are proud to be able to offer communities, specialist centres and commercial organisations, the opportunity to gain recognition. The Yorkshire in Bloom campaign acknowledges all the hard work put in to improve the overall environment of their areas. See www.yorkshireinbloom.co.uk for full list of categories available to enter.”
Following the success of the 2012 Yorkshire in Bloom Awards ceremony (the ‘Oscars’ of this community gardening campaign) the prestigious event will return to the York Racecourse for a second year on 17th September 2013.

To do list...

November 2017
 21st Look out for next year's entry pack
 21st Did you receive your entry pack?
 21st Signup Closed for Categories 1 to 5
December 2017
January 2018
 24th Get your entries in!

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