What better way of making your house look beautiful than to have a stunning front garden or summer hanging baskets!
We are delighted to announce that Move Revolution will be sponsoring Blooming Earlswood 2016. This year, for the second year Earlswood residents will be encouraged to enter the competition and in the process, help to make the area more beautiful and colourful.
Blooming Earlswood has been developed into a larger event with different categories open to entry.
Blooming Front Garden – Adult
Blooming Front Garden – Child/Family
Best Blooming Basket, Window box or Pot
Gold Winning Olympic Scarecrow (Under 18s)
With the Olympics happening in Rio this year there is an Olympic Scarecrow category and it will be fun to see lots of scarecrow athletes popping up across the area!
Renée Canter of “The Girl Who Gardens” fame, will be running the competition, and judges will be announced in the coming weeks, but will consist of key members of the local community. We are looking forward to sharing top gardening tips and hints, so keep an eye on our blog for more details!
Earlswood residents will receive an entry form through your post box; hand delivered by our Earlswood Move Revolution team Louise, Zac, Damian and Ewa. You can also pick up an entry form at Holborn’s and Flowers 77 who are also supporting this great local event. This competition is FREE to enter, all you need to do is fill in your form and pop your completed entry into Holborn’s or Flowers 77 or you can enter online via social media.
Keep up to date with what is going on via the Blooming Earlswood Facebook page and on Twitter . We would love to see your ‘growing journey’ so keep us updated with photographs of your blooming gardens, window boxes, pots and hanging baskets! We can’t wait to see scarecrow photographs!
This year the event will draw to a close at the Earlswood School Summer Fair on 2nd July 2016. The finalists will be judged that morning and an official prize giving ceremony will take place at the fair.
We are so proud to be sponsors, and are looking forward to working with the event team to bring the community together in a blaze of colour.