Royston front garden competition gets under way

PUBLISHED: 17:35 24 May 2017 | UPDATED: 11:39 25 May 2017

The Royston front garden competition is now under way.

The Royston front garden competition is now under way.

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Do you take particular pride in your front garden? Is it packed with pristine pots, or full of flourishing foliage and fantastic flowers?

If you tick those boxes or if your garden is special in another way, you just may be getting a leaflet through your door, as members of Royston Town Council’s Naturally Royston team are busy out nominating for their new Front Garden Competition.

It’s the first year this competition has been held by Naturally Royston, who will consider front gardens that they feel merit entry into the competition.

If your garden is nominated you will receive a leaflet explaining how to confirm your entry into the competition and you will need to respond as soon as possible.

Judging will take place in July with cash prizes of £100, £50 and £25 respectively for the top three winners.

Contact the town council for further details at admin@roystontowncouncil.gov.uk or call 01763 245484.

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