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Llandudno in Bloom was delighted to be presented with a Gold award once again in the Royal Horticultural Society’s Wales in Bloom competition, at the awards ceremony held in Denbigh on Friday 8th September 2023.  Llandudno has been participating in the Wales in Bloom competition since 1986, previously winning gold in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, 2021 and 2022.

It has been a very successful year for Llandudno in Bloom. In addition to winning Gold in Category 11 – Coastal (12,001 and above), there were also a high number of It’s Your Neighbourhood entries from Llandudno who achieved the top-level award and Joe Scarratt from Glanwydden was awarded the Jim Goodwin Young Person award.

Cllr Louise Emery, Chairman, Llandudno in Bloom, commented “The Wales in Bloom competition highlights the commitment of Llandudno residents to their local park, beach, church and community buildings, making them greener, cleaner places, working alongside the Town Council and the dedicated Conwy County Borough Council Open Spaces and Parks team.  It is a very productive partnership, and I am proud to be Chairman of Llandudno in Bloom in what has been another gold winning year”.

Llandudno in Bloom is also a finalist in the RHS Britain in Bloom UK finals for 2023, the results of which will be announced on Monday 23rd October 2023.

The Deputy Mayor of Llandudno, Cllr Mike Pearce & Cllr Gerry Sweeny collecting Llandudno’s award at the Wales in Bloom awards in Denbigh.  Also pictured Sioned Edwards of S$C’s Garddio a Mwy and Peter Barton-Price, Chairman Wales in Bloom

Click here to read the full Gold Award press release