Meet the finalists of the Big Clean Up's Best Kept competition

MUNDESLEY

Mundesley is through to the finals of the Best Kept competition - Credit: (c) copyright newzulu.com / Lesley Buckley

From beach cleans to beautifully presented borders, litter-picks to sprucing up streets – so many across the county answered the call to Norfolk Day’s Big Clean Up. 

And for four especially hard-working communities, they have made it into the finals of the Best Kept Town and Village competition.

A beautiful and calming sunrise at Mundesley beach.

A beautiful and calming sunrise at Mundesley beach. - Credit: Nadine Gray

Cawston, in north Norfolk, Caister and Mundesley, on the coast, and Watton, have reached the final stages of judging. 

Eastern Daily Press deputy editor, Ian Clarke, said it had been great to have so many get involved. 

“We had a great selection of entries which featured groups and individuals who have really put the effort in to making their hometown a better place to live and work in. 

Caister on Sea beach. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Caister has made it to the final of the Best Kept competition - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021

Caister on Sea village sign. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Caister on Sea village sign - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021

Caister on Sea High Street. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Caister on Sea High Street - Credit: DENISE BRADLEY/Archant2021


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"We are looking forward to crowning our winner and giving a Norfolk community recognition it deserves.” 

The call-to-arms campaign was launched earlier this year to get people motivated to spruce up their local area. 

The winning town or village will be announced on Tuesday, July 27, and will receive a plaque to display, £200 worth of plants, and a selection of Norfolk Day goodies.

Sun sets on a field of bales at Cawston

Cawston has made it to the final of the Best Kept competition - Credit: Peter Jarvis

Watton has made it to the final of the Best Kept competition

Watton has made it to the final of the Best Kept competition - Credit: Archant


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