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2015 Awards Presentation
Our annual awards presentation took place on Sunday 27 September in the Garden Room at the Old Swan Hotel. There were talks by various Team Harrogate groups about all the voluntary projects going on in the town and the trophies were presented by Nick Smith, Director of Harrogate Flower Shows. Full results listed here>>
Gold for Harrogate in Yorkshire in Bloom
Harrogate was announced as the category winner with a Gold award at the Yorkshire in Bloom ceremony at York Racecourse on Tuesday 8 September. Many thanks and congratulations to all the Team Harrogate members and other supporters who made this possible. more>> (see pp 58-59)
Noticeboard in Valley Gardens for gardening events across the District
Thanks to a Big Lottery grant, community groups across Harrogate District now have an opportunity to publicise gardening or environmentally-related stories in our very own 'shop window' right in the middle of Valley Gardens.
If you have news or an event you would like to promote, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 gardening awards
Keeping in line with Yorkshire and Britain in Bloom guidelines, there was no spring judging this year.
All entries have now been judged. Results will be announced at our awards presentation on Sunday 27 September.
Design a Harrogate Spring Flower Show poster: 2015 children's art competition
We've had another great response to our art competition this year, which has been once again sponsored by Harrogate Flower Shows.
Certificates and prizes were handed out by the Mayor & Mayoress of Harrogate at the Children's Award Presentation on Saturday 21 March at West Park United Reformed Church more>>
Team Harrogate meetings
The first of these took place after the Children's Award Presentation on Saturday 21 March. There were some fascinating updates about projects organised by Pinewoods Conservation Group,. Woodfield Millenium Garden, Bachelor Fields, H&D Biodiversity Action Group, Woodlands Community Garden, H&D Allotments Association, HBC Parks and the Royal Hall as well as Harrogate in Bloom, which left everybody with the feeling that community spirit is alive and kicking in the town!
2015 hanging baskets
Thank you to everyone who has ordered hanging baskets this year. They will be removed at the end of September. Please note, the baskets will be allowed to dry out for a few days first so that they are not too heavy to take down safely.