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Judging Day – Royal Horticultural Society’s Wales in Bloom competition
Each year Llandudno enters the Royal Horticultural Society’s Wales in Bloom competition. Cities, Town Villages across Wales participate in the competition to show off their achievements in environmental responsibility, community participation and horticultural achievement. Other entries are also invited from Caravan Parks, Pubs, Restaurants and Holiday Homes. The Llandudno in Bloom Committee works in partnership with Conwy County Borough Council, businesses, residents, schools and community groups on a number of planting schemes and environmental projects as part of the Town’s entry.
Llandudno in Bloom will welcome judge Jim Goodwin to the town on Monday 17th July 2023. The judge will be taken on a tour of the Town to see the work being undertaken by community groups, Llandudno Town Council, Conwy County Borough Council, members of the Llandudno in Bloom Committee, residents and schools to maintain an attractive environment for the benefit of residents and visitors.
Llandudno in Bloom is also delighted this year to have been accepted as a finalist in the RHS Britain in Bloom UK finals. The Britain in Bloom judges are due to visit on 1st August and Llandudno will be competing against five other towns from the UK, in the Coastal category.
Llandudno in Bloom 2023 Results
The judges were delighted with the standard of entries and the winners will be presented with their certificates and cups/shields for the category winners by the Mayor of Llandudno, Cllr Greg J T Robbins, at an Awards Ceremony to be held on the 26th September 2023. The Winner for the Overall Best Garden, Best Garden in the Mayor’s Ward and the Overall Winner for 2023 will be announced at the ceremony.
The Committee would like to thank all the entrants who took part and hope that you will enter again next year.
For more information
Phone: 01492 879130 (10am – 3pm Monday – Friday)