Blackpool Civic Trust

Blackpool in Bloom 2011 - Awards

Presented by: Blackpool Civic Trust, Blackpool Council, The Garden Place and Blackpool Environmental Action Team (BEAT)

In August the 2011 awards ceremony for the annual Blackpool in Bloom Competition was held at Blackpool Town Hall. The awards were presented by the Mayor Councillor Joan Greenhalgh and the Mayoress Mrs Pat Dimuantes. At the end Councillor Graham Cain expressed his appreciation on behalf of the town to all involved.

The awards for each of the categories are listed below.

The Judges Special Discretionary Award:

Winner: St Teresa?s Teddy Nursery

St Theresa's Teddy Nursery

Schools? Garden Category

Highly Commended: St Teresa?s Catholic Primary School
Runner up: Mereside Primary School
Winner: Boundary Park Primary School

Boundary Park School

Floral Street Category

Highly Commended: King Edward Avenue
Runner up: Bairstow Street
Winner: St Chad's Road

St Chad's Road

Licensed Premises

Runner up: The Duke of York, Dickson Road
Winner: Marton Institute, Oxford Square

Marton Institute

Commercial Premises

Winner: Blackpool Model Village

Blackpool Model Village

Hanging Baskets Commercial Premises

Runner up: Blackpool Model Village
Winner: Unicorn Industries, Mowbray Drive

Unicorn Industries

Residential Hanging Baskets

Highly Commended: Helen Booth, Charles Street
Runner up: Sylvia Heywood, Rusland Avenue
Winner: Hazel Worley, Stratford Gardens

Hazel Worley

Community Gardens

Highly Commended: Gorton Street Gardens
Runner up: Boston Way Gardens
Winner: Chepstow Gardens

Chepstow Gardens

Illuminated Gardens

Highly Commended: Sylvia Heywood, Rusland Avenue
Runner up: Chris Wyatt & Jon Beaumont, Wood Park Road
Winner: Tom & Jean Sanderson, Southworth Avenue

Tom & Jean Sanderson

Hotels Under 10 Bedrooms

Joint Runner up: Edenfield Guest House, Cocker Street
Joint Runner up: The Gallery, Albert Road
Winner: Holmside Guest House, Barton Ave

Holmside Guest House

Hotels Over 10 Bedrooms

Highly Commended: The Beverley Hotel, Charnley Road
Runner up: The Lyndene Hotel, Bairstow Street
Winner: The Albany Hotel, Albert Road

Albany Hotel

Small Residential Gardens

Highly Commended: Helen Booth, Charles St
Runner up: Mrs J Penketh, Winton Ave
Winner: Chris Wyatt & Jon Beaumont, Wood Park Road

Chris Wyatt and Jon Beaumont

Medium Residential Garden

Highly Commended: Graham Greenwood, Whitegate Drive
Runner up: Paul Cheetham, Preston New Road
Winner: John Streetly, Catforth Ave

John Streetly

Large Residential Garden

Highly Commended: Tom & Jean Sanderson, Southworth Avenue
Runner up: David Pickles, Kinross Crescent
Winner: David Johnston, Antrim Road

David Johnston

Judges Discetionary Awards

Last Year: Lorna Baines, 2 Holcombe Cottage, Lytham Rd

Lorna Baines

Judges Discretionary Award for a Unique Garden: Mr & Mrs Rothwell, Common Edge Road

Mr & Mrs Rothwell

Judges Discretionary Award for Outstanding Community Commitment: Christine Hartley, Regency Court, Newton Drive

Christine Hartley

Judges Discretionary Award for Exemplary Contribution to Gardening: Eileen Haslam & Terry Mason

Eileen Haslam

Terry Mason

Councillor Graham Cain, Council Cabinet Member for Tourism and Culture congratulated and thanked all the winners and contributors.

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