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For more information about the "Neighbourhood" scheme see the poster below and have a look at the "Projects" section of this website. 

Look at the News article "2016 Results" to see the excellent awards for last year's entries.  The list of Marlborough's IYN entries for 2017 will be published soon.

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Calling Marlborough's young artists!

Britain in Bloom South West is holding a painting competion with the theme "My Favorite Season".  There are three age groups - up to 6 years old, 7-11 years and 12 -16 years.  The closing date for entries is Friday 21st July 2017.  See the poster below for more details.

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For over 30 years Rotary and its members worldwide have been committed to fighting to eradicate polio across the world.

The Royal Horticultural Society has joined forces with community gardening groups and Rotary clubs around the UK in promoting the 'Purple4Polio' campaign and have worked together to plant millions of Crocus tommasinianus to create a spectacular carpet of purple in the spring. The Purple crocus is a symbol of Rotary's 'Purple4Polio' initiative, with its colour representing the purple dye used to mark the finger of a child who has been immunised.


So on cold wet days in mid-November,  volunteers representing Marlborough in Bloom, Rotary and the Marlborough Gardening Association have planted over 3,500 crocus bulbs in Manton and Marlborough to add a purple splash of colour and vibrancy to our town next spring.  Crocuses are being planted on The Green, Kennet Place Waterfront, Salisbury Road Roundabout and Priory Gardens.

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Many congratulations to our chairman Anne Crawley, who has become Marlborough’s Citizen of the Year for 2016.  Anne has chaired the Marlborough in Bloom committee and worked tirelessly to encourage and promote the ‘greening’ of Marlborough, from which we have all reaped the benefits as our town has flowered over the past few summers.

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NOTICE

THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

of Marlborough in Bloom

18 October 2016     7.30 PM

Marlborough Town Hall

AGENDA

              Apologies for Absence

              Minutes of the 2015 AGM

              Presentation of Annual Report   - Chair

              Presentation of Annual Report - Treasurer

              Appointment of Independent Examiner

              Election of Officers

              Motions to be put to the AGM

              Presentation of Awards

              Public Forum (Your Questions & Comments)

              Any Other Business

Nomination forms for election to the committee available online

Refreshments will be served after the meeting

Contact us at: http://marlboroughinbloom.org.uk

email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: 01672 512317

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MAIN COMPETITION

SILVER GILT

The South West Tourist Association Cup

 

SPECIAL AWARDS

Joint Winner of the London & Manchester Trophy for Environmental Initiative

The Waterfront Garden in Kennet Place

 

The Shaun Cregan Cup

for the Best Floral Public House Display in the South West

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IT'S YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD AWARDS
 
AREA LEVEL AWARD
Marlborough Community Orchard 5 OUTSTANDING
Stonebridge Wild River Reserve & Stonebridge Meadow 5 OUTSTANDING
The Waterfront Garden in Kennet Place 5 OUTSTANDING
The Merchant's House Garden 5 OUTSTANDING
Coopers Meadow 4 THRIVING
Manton Village 4 THRIVING
River Park 3 ADVANCING
Old Hughenden Yard 3 ADVANCING
St Peter's Church Garden 3 ADVANCING
Stonebridge Allotments 3 ADVANCING
Plume of Feather's Garden 3 ADVANCING
Hillier's Yard 1 ADVANCING
 

 

CUPS, AWARDS AND CERTIFICATES WILL BE PRESENTED AT

THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ON TUESDAY 18 OCTOBER

AT 7. 30pm in MARLBOROUGH TOWN HALL.

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Photo-for-websiteMarlborough's communities have been working hard to showcase just how the town comes together to improve its neighbourhoods. Twelve local and very different areas entered the RHS It's Your Neighbourhood campaign, a non-competitive scheme where assessments are made on five different levels based on Community Participation, Environmental Responsibility and Gardening Achievement.

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