Garden Safari and Summer Competition 2019
Above are photographs of some of the entrants to the 2019 events.
The variety of sizes, shapes and colours of this years entries was helped by the beautiful weather we all enjoyed and although some gardens had 'gone over' to some degree or another the gardeners of Burgess Hill did themselves proud and showed everyone who visited their skill and dedication to produce some wonderful colourful displays.
Below are some of our prize winners, although not all there, it was a good turnout at the Rock Garden in Church Road on the 24th August 2019 where Cathy made everyone welcome.
The winners and runners up of the 2019 Summer Garden Competition are detailed in full on our News and Diary page but a selection are shown, and as the reality TV shows say 'In no particular order'
Sue Goodsall, Paul Barnett,
Theresa Welch, Roger Gates,
Alan Bradshaw, Sheila Preston, Stephen D’Allenger-Bradshaw,
Bob Mansbridge, Pamela Maslin Adam D’Allenger-Bradsaw , Chris Roberts Founder and Director and Denise Nightingale -Gardener of Ridgeview Wine Estate, Hilary and Lynne of The Cherry Aiders, Stephen Welch, and
Master Leo Smith with his mum
Photos above are from left to right is :- Sue Goodsall with her Shield for the Best Individual Household Spring Garden entry. In the middle is Hilary and Lynn of the 'Cherryaiders' Gardening Group with the Best Community Group Shield, and on the right is Eamom O'Connell who with his wife Lynn won the Jo Toase Plate for his Best Individual Christmas Lights entry. Below is Paul Barnett with his prize for the Spring Garden Competition, photos of which are shown at the head of this page.
Sunflower Distribution on St Georges Day
In association with:-
Members of Burgess Hill in Bloom distributed Sunflower seeds in the Market Place on St Georges' Day 2019
See News and Diary for more information.
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Our first garden photos of 2019 courtesy of
Paul Barnett's Spring garden