Yorkshire in Bloom is a voluntary regional organisation that administers the RHS Britain in Bloom Campaign in North, South, East, West and North Yorkshire.
RHS Britain in Bloom is the largest horticultural campaign in Europe and each year it grows in size and importance and involves more people, groups and organisations creating lasting improvements to local environments.
Villages through to cities in the region are judged in Spring, Summer, or both. The special categories which include public, private and charitable establishments, business premises, visitor attractions, caravan and camping sites, schools, youth environmental projects and further education establishments.
Amberol's Autumn / Winter Photo Competition Opens & Customer Survey
Amberol's Autumn/Winter photo competition is open for entries until 31st March 2024.
Don't forget to send them your photos for your chance to WIN £300 discount on Amberol's self-watering planters in 2024.
Entering is very easy; just submit your photos of Amberol’s self-watering planters with your beautiful displays via the Online Form Here.
For photo inspiration, please view our Customer Galleries Here.
Thank you for your support in 2023. Complete our customer survey to be in the chance of winning £250 worth of Amberol vouchers to spend this year.
We appreciate your feedback on our products and services. Your views are really important to us, so we can celebrate best practice and hear your recommendations to improve our products and services.
The survey is only open to customers that have purchased Amberol products. Our survey has 10 questions and should take less than 5 minutes to complete.
Click here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9WRPDZQ
Could you be a Trustee?
To help us grow we need to recruit new trustees to join the existing board of trustees.If you are interested in becoming a valued trustee click link below for more information.
The role of woods and trees in the fight against climate change is so very important. The benefits of trees in the fight against climate change are now well understood.
But we need more of them. If the UK is to reach its carbon neutral target by 2050, the Committee on Climate Change has recommended an increase in woodland cover from 13% to 19%.
For more information on why we should plant trees click on the links below:
Thousands of trees are set to be planted to mark the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III with a new government fund launching today (Saturday 5 August), celebrating His Majesty’s passion for the environment.
Community First Yorkshire’ s team of Development Officers have a wealth of experience and information to help you to make your applications for grants and funding.