Budding experts bid for award
DESPITE the current hose-pipe ban, the Royston in Bloom committee is hoping the town will blossom again this year. Last year Royston gained a silver award in the Anglia in Bloom competition. To start this year s competition, the committee in running a Blo
DESPITE the current hose-pipe ban, the Royston in Bloom committee is hoping the town will blossom again this year.
Last year Royston gained a silver award in the Anglia in Bloom competition.
To start this year's competition, the committee in running a Blooms Night at Royston Town Hall on Thursday, April 27, at 7.30pm.
The speaker will be Margaret Lynch, who will be talking on How to Cheat in Your Garden.
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The evening is being sponsored by Country Homes and Gardens of Melbourn.
During the evening the committee will outline its plans for the year.
- 1 Let's go fly a kite as annual festival is set to return
- 2 Filming taking place at National Trust's Wimpole Estate
- 3 National Trust reveal theft of 'historic items' and damage to Wimpole Hall
- 4 How many children are living in poverty in North Herts?
- 5 Parish councils react to High Court decision that councils must meet in person
- 6 Car wash raids spark modern slavery fears in Cambridgeshire
- 7 'Dawning of a new era' as Melbourn Community Hub prepares to reopen
- 8 Who is standing in Royston Town Council Meridian ward election?
- 9 Michael Portillo's Great British Railway Journeys visits Cambridge on BBC Two this week
- 10 Candidates in North Herts prepare to stand for county council elections
The Royston in Bloom competition this year will have an emphasis on drought gardens.
And there will also be a sunflower competition for schools.
- For more details call Royston Town Council on 01763 245484.