WELL, it seems
Nantwich has done it again. The town has "been hailed as the most
beautiful town in the north west . . . thanks to the work of the dedicated
Nantwich in Bloom team." So says Andrew Morrison in the September 29
edition of the Nantwich Guardian.
Congratulations to the team, and
well done - and thank you - to everyone who did their bit with floral art
to help Nantwich towards the honour.
It seems we "scooped a host of
top awards" at the North West in Bloom presentations in Bolton - best town
and most improved town. And now we will represent the region in next
year's Britain in Bloom contest.
Last year we won the silver-gilt
prize in last year's country-wide awards, and Jean Hallam, one of the
Nantwich in Bloom team wh went to Bolton, told the Guardian that they would be
going for gold next summer. Of course, we were no stranger to the
awards list on many occasions in the past.
Another Nantwich team was a
prizewinner at the same ceremony. Richmond Village, London Road, won a
merit award for making the retirement village look great.
Fingers crossed for next summer.