Bath in Bloom

Welcome to the Bath in Bloom website.

 

The role of Bath in Bloom is to enhance our local area through gardening achievements our role includes:

  • Entering the City of Bath into the Britain in Bloom Competition, we won GOLD and Category winner in the Britain in Bloom Southwest competition 2019.
  • Running a local gardening competition for gardeners across Bath and North East Somerset - free to enter for private, community  and business gardens with a special category for schools
  • Supporting community groups and giving a few small grants each year
  • Our Committee members are active members of the Community and support local community gardening initiative.

 

On our website you will be able to find out how you can get involved as well as see who is taking part in projects that “Clean up” and “Green up” our areas. We are always looking for individuals or community groups who have projects up and running or who would like advice on how they can get involved.

I hope you find our site enjoyable and informative, please tell us if there is anything in particular that you would like to see, and please send us any information about events you would like us to publicise.

If you wish to contact us please note our new e-mail address is bathinbloom@gmail.com
 

  

Grateful thanks to our Sponsors

 
       

Important announcement.

Regrettably due to the ongoing and ever increasing number of people being effcted by the Covid pandemic we have reluctantly decided that this years Bath in Bloom awards ceremony on September 17th will have to be cancelled.
We know this is disappointing but hope you will understand the reasons behind our decision, we just cant justify a large number of people meeting in a confined area at this time of uncertainty and concern.
Where possible, committee members will deliver the awards to the winners in person.
Thank you all for supporting this years competition, lets look forward to next year being back to normal..
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Sadly we have lost  two of Bath in Blooms longest serving supporters over the past few weeks, see "News and events" for details.

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Southwest in Bloom judges Lesley Jelleyman and Su Maddocks with the Mayor of Bath Cllr June Player In Parade gardens at the end of a 4.5 hour judging tour of our amazing community groups , businesses and  wonderful parks.
More pictures on the news and events page.





Southgate shopping centre looking great

      

A Giant Butterfly and Bee has been spotted in Southgate!

 Bath in Bloom volunteers have been busy planting the fountain at Terrace Walk, more pictures on the "News and Events" page.

  
Brock Street flower beds 2021   


Love the new planting in Southgate shopping centre
                                                                            
 

Manvers Street raised bed

Sponsored by Bath in Bloom, Bath BID and Hotel Indigo.

A fantastic volunteer led scheme that has transformed an old raised bed in the centre of Bath.
Planted by Weston Village gardening club and Bath in Bloom committee members, the planting is of mainly drought tolerant and Bee friendly plants, it was designed by Bath in Bloom committee chairman Steve Brook.

Here is a list of the plants used
Alchemilla mollis
Allium Purple Sensation
Blue Lyme grass
Calamagrostic Overdam grass
Cardoons
Convulvulus cneorum
Daffodil Tete a Tete
Erigeron Karvinskianus
Erysium Bowles Mauve
Eschscholzia California Poppy
GauraFreefolk Rosy
Gaura Siskyuo Pink
Geranium Elke
Geranium Max Frei
Geranium Rosanne
Lavender Hidcote
Osteospernum Jacunda var Compactum
Rudbeckia Goldsturm
Sedum Autumn Joy
Sedum Coca Cola
Sedum Stardust
Stachys Big ears
Stipa gigantua grass
Thymus 3 types

     

 


Sydney Gardens
    
New planters in Southgate shopping centre    


    Riverside wild flower meadow                                                                                                                                                           

 
Royal Victoria Park 2021

 
    Wildflowers on the Red Lion roundabout        


 
Credit Kate Davies 
 
 

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