Bury St Edmunds Bury in Bloom campaign has recognised schools for their green efforts.
Those commended in the Young Green Fingers competition are:
Sexton’s Maner - Gold
South Lee - Silver
Guidhall Feoffment - Gold
Riverwalk - Gold
Howard Primary - Silver
Priory - Gold
St Edmundsbury - Gold
Hardwick Primary - Gold
Abbot’s Green - Gold
Howard Middle - Gold
Sebert Wood Primary - Silver
Sebert Wood Children’s Centre - Gold
Westley Middle - Silver
Lead judge Jean Hardy said: “This has been a fantastic year, we are delighted that the standard just keeps improving. The Young Green Fingers competition has clearly helped make a difference to the school environment. Some of the spaces the children have created enhance and enrich learning, as well as providing a calm environment in our busy world.
“We realise that the children are not only learning about gardening as they also learn other skills from actively gardening.”
The Young Green Fingers celebration evening will be held on Thursday September 26 from 6-7.30pm at Guildhall Feoffment, when the Silver Spoon Trophy overall winner will be announced.