Gardeners urged to enter competition

KEEN gardeners are being asked to come forward and enter the Ipswich in Bloom competition 2004.With 10 categories ranging from best hanging basket to best front and back gardens, each winner will receive £100.

KEEN gardeners are being asked to come forward and enter the Ipswich in Bloom competition 2004.

With 10 categories ranging from best hanging basket to best front and back gardens, each winner will receive £100.

Judges are now being organised for the competition, which will take place in July.

Bryan Taylor, chairman of Ipswich in Bloom, said: "We started organising everything in October last year and it is very exciting to see all the entrees come in.


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"The competition will run alongside the Anglia in Bloom competition which sees Ipswich compete with other town's in East Anglia.

"And the Ipswich and District Photographic Society are holding a competition for the best picture of Ipswich in Bloom."

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The chosen theme for the competition is Olympic rings to tie in with the Olympic games being held this year.

Judges for the Anglia in Bloom will be arriving in Ipswich in July. They will be taken on a tour of Ipswich, starting a Chantry Park, through Cornflower Close, to Beacon Hill School, and ending at Christchurch Park.

Any applications for Ipswich in Bloom received by May 31 will go into a draw for a money prize.

Anyone wishing to find out more about the categories for Ipswich in Bloom, or get an application form can contact 01473 694807.

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