Goldsworth Park gardeners and growers were among the winners at the annual Woking in Bloom and Allotment Awards, held at H.G Wells Conference and Events Centre.
The cream of the gardening crop received their prizes at a special presentation evening, attended by the Mayor of Woking, Cllr Derek McCrum. Prizes for the winners and runners-up included garden centre gift tokens and trophies.
For more information about the Woking in Bloom competition, or to register your interest in next years competition, please contact Woking Borough Councils Neighbourhood Team Leader, Andy Calfe, on 01483 743451 or email
Goldsworth Park winners included Michael Bliganut, who took second place in the best front garden class, sponsored by Squires Garden Centre.
Brockhill Sheltered Housing Scheme was third in the best-kept community (shared) garden category. The Special award for best new entrant, sponsored by Squires Garden Centre, was Neil Baldwin.
In the Tunis Cup for best allotment site in Woking Borough the Goldsworth Park Allotment Association took third place, whilst in second for the Benstead Scroll for best cultivated plot by someone over 70 years old, was Mr J Arkinstall, and third in the same category was Mr R Clare, also of Goldsworth Park Allotments.
In the Leam Challenge Shield for best newly cultivated plot, Ms C Lawrance, Goldsworth Park Allotments, was Joint 2nd.
For the full list of results, visit Woking Borough Council’s website ‘news’ section.