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Bury in Bloom prepares to judge town’s best front gardens




Melanie Lesser and Elizabeth Clement with some of the soon-to-be-awarded certificates of merit
Melanie Lesser and Elizabeth Clement with some of the soon-to-be-awarded certificates of merit

Bury in Bloom will soon be judging the front gardens of homes and businesses around Bury St Edmunds.

Throughout next week, a team of 70 volunteers will decide which properties in the town make the best use of plants, be it in pots, hanging baskets or gardens, to enhance the appearance of their neighbourhood.

The Certificates of Merit Scheme, which saw 1,300 certificates awarded last year, won Anglia in Bloom’s Best Community Project 2015. No entry is necessary.



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