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Wisbech aims for ninth gold




Wisbech in Bloom launches its 2016 campaign at Delamore Young Plants in Wisbech St Mary. Wisbech Mayor and Mayoress David and Judy Hodgson (centre) are pictured at the launch with Wisbech in Bloom chairman Brian Massingham (second right), secretary Penny Stocks (third right), Bob Ollier, parks and open spaces manager for Fenland District Council (right),'Delamore managing director Wayne Eady (front left), along with other guests at the event.
Wisbech in Bloom launches its 2016 campaign at Delamore Young Plants in Wisbech St Mary. Wisbech Mayor and Mayoress David and Judy Hodgson (centre) are pictured at the launch with Wisbech in Bloom chairman Brian Massingham (second right), secretary Penny Stocks (third right), Bob Ollier, parks and open spaces manager for Fenland District Council (right),'Delamore managing director Wayne Eady (front left), along with other guests at the event.

Wisbech In Bloom launched its 2016 campaign at Delamore Young Plants, where volunteers collected thousands of generously donated plug plants.

This year the town will be aiming for its ninth consecutive Gold Award in the Anglia In Bloom competition and a coveted Gold in the Britain In Bloom finals.

The plants donated by Delamore will be potted up and grown on before being planted into hanging baskets and containers that brighten up Wisbech town centre throughout the summer.

It is the fifth successive year Delamores has supported the Wisbech In Bloom campaign.



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