Green-fingered residents make district 'greener and more attractive' (From St Albans & Harpenden Review)
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Green-fingered residents make district 'greener and more attractive' at St Albans District in Bloom Awards
Gardening enthusiasts from St Albans have been awarded for making the place look more attractive at an awards ceremony which took place last week.
The St Albans District in Bloom Awards took place on Thursday, September 12, which is organised by St Albans District Council in association with Aylett Nurseries.
The competition provides the opportunity for work to be showcased by green fingered gardeners and community groups to help the district bloom.
The Deputy Major of St Albans Brian Gibbard, who also attended, said: "I want to thank everyone who entered this competition and for their wonderful work in helping to create a greener and more attractive District."
Judges took into account how entrants helped to enhance the appearance of the District and their use of sustainable gardening techniques.
All the competition entrants were invited the awards ceremony held at Aylett Nurseries with winners announced from all across the District.
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