About Tewkesbury in Bloom

Each year we enter the Heart of England in Bloom regional Britain in Bloom competition to raise the profile of the town. 

The group formed in 1990 when the competition was run by Tidy Britain which was a Government run initiative. 

We have won many awards over the years including eight Gold medals between 2010 and 2017. 

Other highlights include: 

  • Winning the Best in Category (Town division) in 2014 &  2017  
  • In 2015 competing at National Level in Britain in Bloom
  • Being filmed in 2017 for a BBC2 documentary about the Britain in Bloom competition 

Our competition entry is a real community effort, and we are very grateful to the following community organisations who kindly work with us and contribute to our entry:

Tewkesbury Nature Reserve volunteers; Victoria Gardens volunteers; Ashchurch for Tewkesbury Rail promotion group; Residents at Hanover Court; Tewkesbury Drop In group; 1st Tewkesbury Guides; Residents at Marina Court; Priors Park Edible Garden volunteers; Caroline Corsie, - conservation for The Ham; Kid's Flower Club run by Jackie Dean (Bluebell Wood florist): Abbey Lawn Trust (for Tewkesbury Abbey); Tewkesbury North Residents Association; Little Garden by the Lock gardening group;  Jo Worthy Jones (Glos Wildlife Trust) project at GP surgery at The Devereux Centre.

And not forgetting our local primary schools. 

 

Above: Flower Club youngsters - encouraging the younger generation to enjoy flower arranging and gardening 



Below: Youngsters showing off their wheelbarrow garden