Green Fingered City Groups And Organisations Celebrated In Leeds In Bloom Awards

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Local businesses, public houses, community groups, churches and schools have been recognised for their green fingered work as part of the city’s latest ‘in bloom’ honours.
In another bumper year, 170 entries were submitted in 10 categories of the Leeds in Bloom awards, which celebrates groups, organisations and businesses who keep their premises and surroundings looking so fantastic. The 10 categories included; Best Public House; Best Restaurant, Café; Best Hotel; Best Small Office/Business; Best Large Office/ Business; Best Small Retail Premises; Best Large Retail Premises; Best Retail Park; Best Residential Complex; Best School / Youth Group.
Councillor Jack Dunn, Leeds City Council’s lead member for parks said:
“We are extremely fortunate to have so many local businesses, groups and organisations in communities’ right across the city who love to keep their premises and surroundings looking so lovely, and it is fantastic that their efforts are recognised through the Leeds in Bloom awards.
“The entries we received really were top notch, and I would like to thank everyone who entered and for all of their hard work throughout the year, which deserves great praise.
“The ‘in bloom’ network in Leeds continues to move from strength to strength, and I look forward to seeing more people and groups and organisations getting involved and taking part in the future.”
As part of the awards, groups were recognised with a range of spring and summer in-bloom medals ranging from gold, silver, bronze and highly commended.

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