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Anglia in Bloom judges touring Bury St Edmunds town today




Bury St Edmunds' flowerbeds, plant pots and trees are today being judged by Anglia in Bloom.

The judges are currently touring the town led by Stephen Moody co-ordinator at Bury in Bloom.

Julia Smith, Joan Gibson and Philip Stone from Anglia in Bloom arrived this morning.

Anglia in Bloom judges, Julia Smith, Joan Gibson and Philip Stone, with Stephen Moody co-ordinator of Bury in Bloom and Gary Quilter and Rebecca Davis from West Suffolk Council and Keith Stronach from the arc shopping centre.
Anglia in Bloom judges, Julia Smith, Joan Gibson and Philip Stone, with Stephen Moody co-ordinator of Bury in Bloom and Gary Quilter and Rebecca Davis from West Suffolk Council and Keith Stronach from the arc shopping centre.

Stephen said: "It's so far so good, we are thankful for the weather. All the stops were pulled out this morning, we were sweeping the streets and picking up litter."
The inspection will last three and a half hours, and started with a welcome reception in the Athenaeum.

The judges were shown around the arc shopping centre, and this morning visited St Edmunds Catholic Primary School and the Guildhall.

Their route will take them down through the town centre ending in the Abbey Gardens this afternoon, with a break for lunch at Greene King.

Gary Quilter and Rebecca Davis both from West Suffolk Council were accompanying the judges as they toured the town.

The results will be announced in September.



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