Wisbech in Bloom competition winners
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Wisbech in Bloom held their annual garden competition awards at Wisbech Institute.
The evening also included the town council’s allotment awards, the chamber of commerce business awards and Elgoods best pub front award.
Winners of the best In town gardens sponsored by Tesco were Sheila Hamilton, Denvers and Mr D Bailey.
The best out of town gardens were sponsored by Clifford Cross Auctions and were won by David Chapman of Emneth and Tony Childs and Tracey Goody from Leverington.
The cottage/wildlife garden category was sponsored by Fenland Branch of the Society of St George and was won by Marion Sarton of Upwell who also won the award for the best container garden which is sponsored by Doreen Eden.
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The best hanging basket category was won by David Chapman of Emneth.
The silver spade for the best overall entry was awarded to Tony Childs and Tracey Goody.
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Elgoods Best pub front was awarded to The Rising Sun at Leverington.
The Wisbech Chamber of Commerce awards went to The Globe pub on Wisbech Market place and Mr and Mrs Harper of The Crescent.
Wisbech Society trophy was awarded to Richard Smith and family for their contribution to Wisbech in Bloom and Wisbech town cup went to Peter Ward Nurseries of Leverington Common.
Finally the Octavia Hill Society award for brightening up a drab corner was given to St Raphael Club in Love Lane.