Norwich is finalist in national horticultural competition

Tombland and Tombland Alley Photo:Sonya Duncan

Tombland and Tombland Alley Photo:Sonya Duncan - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2009

Norwich has been chosen to represent the Anglia region as one of the finalists in the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Britain in Bloom UK 2017.

The city has been selected as a finalist for the Business Improvement District category.

Terry Bane, Anglia in Bloom ambassador, said: 'I am delighted that Norwich has another national entry this year with Norwich BID in the Business Improvement District category, a proud first for Norwich and the Anglia in Bloom region.

'City College Norwich staff and learning difficulty students will get involved again growing and supplying around 20,000 bedding and perennial plants for civic and community volunteer planting in the Norwich BID area and across the city.'

Mr Bane also praised supporters.

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