Tetbury Wins Gold

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Tetbury Wins Gold

Tetbury won a fourth consecutive gold in the Heart of England in Bloom campaign 2009 and was awarded �category winner� last week, being the best-of-the-best in the Small Town category, in which there were 10 entrants.

Sue Hirst, Chairman of the Tetbury in Bloom committee, said �All the hard work has paid off. We were delighted to receive our fourth gold award in the regional in Bloom campaign and to be awarded �Category Winner� again for the second year in a row.

�We could not have done it all without the support and commitment of so many people; everyone in the town seemed to be involved. On behalf of the Committee, I would particularly like to thank the Council grounds men and the band of volunteers, of all ages, who came out to help us. Tetbury has never looked so good.�

Tetbury was also nominated for the national Britain in Bloom finals for the first time this year but must wait until 23rd September for the results.

Posted : 08/09/2009 21:19:50

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