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Bath has been chosen to represent the Southwest of England in the RHS Britain in Bloom competition, we will be in the small city category competing against Canterbury and Chesterfield. Wish us luck folks!!!
Due to the currant situation with Corona virus all Britain in Bloom and Southwest in Bloom competitions have been cancelled for this year.
Bath in Bloom needs you!!!!
If you are passionate about all things green! i.e Biodiversity, Recycling, Horticulture ( but you dont have be to be a horticulturist) Community involvement, Volunteering and of course the City of Bath.
We are all volunteers and meet once a month, if you think you fit the bill then please get in touch via the contact page on this web site for more information, please tell us a little about yourself in the message and incude a contact telephone number.
Britain in Bloom Southwest competition 2019Results
Champion of Champions category
Barry Cruse MBE and Steve Brook recieving the Gold award from Lord Fellows
The Griffin Inn.. Gold
The Inn at Freshford... Gold
The Old Crown Inn Kelston... Gold
Radstock Co-operative... Gold
The Ayer cup
The Sargent cup
The RHS Its your neighbourhood scheme
Weston village gardening club... "Outstanding"
Bath WI community garden... "Outstanding"
The "On Board" community group..."Outstanding"
St Stephens church... "Outstanding"
Walcot community garden... "Outstanding"
St Andrews C of E Primary School "Thriving"
RHS Britain in Bloom National finals.. Bath BID... Gold
Baroness Flowela Benjamin OBE with Charlotte Thurse, Allison Herbert, Barry Cruse MBE and Steve Brook at the Britain in Bloom presentation ceremony.
Ralph Allen School Garden volunteer group
Ralph Allen School Volunteer Group brings together parents, staff - past and present, students, alumnae and local community members in helping to maintain the beautiful Lee Centre Garden at Ralph Allen School.
The garden was created when the Lee Sixth Form Centre was built in 2012. The intention was to create a space for students to find a moment of peace and quiet during the school day, to connect with nature and for staff and the school to use as an educational resource.
The garden is home to amazing varieties of soft fruit, plants, wildlife and wonderful imaginative planting schemes. There is a handcrafted mandala made from shells and semi-precious stones in the centre of a peaceful garden with benches for students to sit and contemplate. There are rabbits living in the hibernarium and the pond is teaming with wildlife.
Members of Parent Circle and staff saw that the school could do with help in maintaining the garden and so in July 2016 we decided to start a volunteering group to bring the garden back to its former beauty. The volunteer gardening sessions are a lovely way to connect with the school and meet other members of the school and wider community - parents, staff past and present, members of the local community, students and people who were involved in the original development of the garden.
The summer sessions are lovely as the fruit is at its best with raspberries, wine berries, gooseberries, currants - red, white, black, blackberries, so gardeners are able to harvest this lovely produce. The seasons are a joy throughout the garden and we would love this to grow to be a resource for the wider community.
The Garden Volunteer Group meet in the Lee Garden on the first Saturday of every month from 10am - 12pm.
Please come along and join in. No gardening experience necessary. Children welcome (under your supervision). Tea and biscuits for all.
The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
We were delighted to have Bath Organic group as part of our Southwest in Bloom entry this year.