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Bury in Bloom appeals for judges for popular certificates of merit scheme




Residents and businesses across Bury St Edmunds are being urged to ensure their front gardens and container plants are looking their best for the chance to win a certificate.

Between 80 to 100 volunteer judges will hand out Bury in Bloom’s popular certificates of merit for a week from July 13.

This year the scheme will include a House Champion Award and a Notable Neighbourhood Award.

David Irvine, Bury in Bloom co-ordinator, with Jane Hamblin, certificates co-ordinator. Picture by Mark Westley
David Irvine, Bury in Bloom co-ordinator, with Jane Hamblin, certificates co-ordinator. Picture by Mark Westley

Jane Hamblin, certificate co-ordinator, said they hope to cover houses on Marham Park and the extended area or Moreton Hall but need more volunteer judges.

With help from Lynne Wright, they have produced a 2020 certificate and are looking for more commercial premises to take part.

To volunteer as a judge, write to email@buryinbloom.org.uk


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