Water bowser will help keep plants and flowers thriving for Wisbech in Bloom

PUBLISHED: 16:25 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:25 19 June 2017

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

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Wisbech in Bloom welcomed sponsors to see their new water bowser in action.

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian CarterNew watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

The bowser is an essential piece of equipment for the group enabling them to keep all of the sponsored hanging baskets and containers thriving.

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian CarterNew watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

The bowser was built in Wisbech to exact specification by engineers from Boston Crop Sprayers. Funds were donated by Wisbech Round Table, Wisbech Lions and the town council.

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian CarterNew watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

At a launch event were representatives from businesses who have donated plants including Volmary, Campions of Walton Road, Peter Wards Nursery, Leverington Road and Barton Nursery, Emneth.

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian CarterNew watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

Wisbech in Bloom hope to win its 10th consecutive Gold Award in the Anglia in Bloom event. Judges visit on July 14 to judge the town and Waterlees in Bloom.

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian CarterNew watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter

New watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian CarterNew watering bowser for Wisbech In Bloom PHOTO: Ian Carter


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