In Bloom awards for King’s Lynn’s brightest front gardens
Green-fingered individuals from King's Lynn have been rewarded for their efforts at a prize ceremony for the annual allotment awards and the King's Lynn in Bloom front garden competition.
Judges were once again faced with some tough decisions as the standards were very high.
West Norfolk Council cabinet member Elizabeth Nockolds explained: 'I've been involved in the allotment awards for many years, and every year I am amazed at how creative and productive people are in their allotments. We've been really impressed.'
Allotment judging took place last month and the deputy mayor, Elizabeth Watson, presented awards and certificates to the winners at a presentation on Thursday night.
Winners of the King's Lynn in Bloom front garden competition were also presented with their certificates.
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Mrs Nockolds added: 'We've seen some simply stunning front gardens this year. It can really give the local community a lift when they see a welcome splash of colour in a beautiful garden that someone has obviously worked hard on. '
Judging for the front garden competition was carried out by members of the town's horticultural society, which will hold its annual show in South Wootton village hall on August 20.
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The winner was Mrs Laurinda Dent, of Albert Avenue.
The best individual allotment winner was Mr D Jolley for his Old Gala Ground plot. Best beginner was Bill Jolley for a plot also on Old Gala Ground. The best beginner for North Lynn was John Mendham while the best self-managed association site was Drakes Field.