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Chatteris In Bloom volunteers are hoping they have wowed the judges enough to win a gold in this year's Anglia In Bloom competition



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Chatteris in Bloom volunteers welcomed judges from the Anglia in Bloom competition to the town recently.

Despite the challenging conditions presented by the on-going heatwave there was still plenty for the judges to see.

icture shows the judges with Fenland District Councillor Peter Murphy and Amanda Holmes from the Peter Pan Playgroup. (3205327)
icture shows the judges with Fenland District Councillor Peter Murphy and Amanda Holmes from the Peter Pan Playgroup. (3205327)

They inspected the hanging baskets and floral planting around the town, as well as seeing Chatteris Town Bowls Club.

Judges Julia Smith and Joan Gibson also visited the Gables Residential home, before moving on to join Peter Murphy, Fenland District Council’s portfolio holder for the environment, and Amanda Holmes from Peter Pan Playgroup in the playgroup’s garden.

The Anglia In Bloom judges at the bus shelter in East Park Street. (3264028)
The Anglia In Bloom judges at the bus shelter in East Park Street. (3264028)

The judges also met with Chatteris British Legion Youth group who showed off the members’ artwork in the bus shelter in East Park Street.

The Anglia In Bloom judges at The Gables Residential Home. (3264026)
The Anglia In Bloom judges at The Gables Residential Home. (3264026)

Volunteers from Chatteris in Bloom will travel to Bury St Edmunds in September to hear the results of the competition. They hope to equal last year’s success by again winning a gold medal.



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