Gardeners urged to enter Sutton in Bloom competition

Sutton Guardian: Sutton's mayor Councillor Sean Brennan with Mark Caswell, of The Carshalton Patch Sutton's mayor Councillor Sean Brennan with Mark Caswell, of The Carshalton Patch

Gardeners who brighten up the borough with their blooming beautiful beds and borders are being urged to enter this year’s Sutton in Bloom competition.

The annual contest, which is supported by the Sutton Guardian, is back for another year and anyone can put themselves forward to win a prize.

Prizes of garden vouchers are up for grabs for the winners and runners up of five categories – best front garden, best business frontage, best allotment garden, best school garden and best community garden.

Sutton Council’s assistant parks manager Dominic Aslangul said: “The best thing about the competition is that it’s a great way to say thank you and well done for the work of those green-fingered residents who take such pride in their area and play such a key part in helping to make Sutton such an attractive place to live.”

Go to Sutton.gov.uk for details about how to enter.

All entries must be in by June 20.

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