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Newcastle in Bloom

About Newcastle in Bloom

Newcastle-under-Lyme is extremely proud to have gained a Gold in the Heart of England in Bloom's small city category for the past 18 years and has been crowned the overall winner in the Regional competition for the last three years. This year Newcastle had the great honour of being entered into the 'Champion of Champions' section of the Britain in Bloom competition and very proudly received a Gold award. 

The Newcastle in Bloom campaign is a borough-wide partnership which includes residents, businesses, schools, community groups and a wide range of volunteers. Our aim is to get more people involved to help improve their local area.

The Britain in Bloom competition goes far beyond being a floral competition; it makes a major contribution to promoting the local economy and increasing civic pride. Other benefits include:

• Long-term improvements to the environment
• Regeneration of disadvantaged or untidy areas
• Improving links between community groups
• Addressing issues such as sustainability, recycling, energy conservation and much more.

The initiatives within Britain in Bloom make a significant contribution towards the Council’s priorities including community involvement and promoting a competitive and sustainable economy. The ambience created by the displays makes Newcastle-under-Lyme a better place to live, work and visit.

 

 

Local Competitions

If you have a garden to be proud of, why not enter it into our local competitions.  The categories are:

  • Allotments
  • Residential Gardens
  • Community Projects (Schools)
  • Community Gardens
  • Licensed Premises or Businesses

Download an entry form for 2019

Want to get involved?

We are working together to encourage members of the community to make Newcastle-under-Lyme a cleaner, safer and more sustainable borough.

We are reaching out to a wide variety of groups, young and old alike, to offer support and guidance related to community projects, encouraging them to get involved in improving their local areas.

Does your school need help and advice setting up a gardening club or achieving eco school status? Are you interested in volunteering in your local park? If you or anyone you know would like to be involved please get in touch.

You can contact us by calling 01782 717717 or e-mailing Newcastle in Bloom

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Last updated 13 March 2019

 
 
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