Beverley Welcomes Judges From Yorkshire in Bloom

Beverley Welcomes Judges From Yorkshire in Bloom

Beverley Town Council welcomed the Judges from Yorkshire in Bloom to the town last. They were here to look at the plans Beverley has as a community to make Beverley a brighter place through the use of floral displays.

Town Clerk Helen Watson said;

“The judges are here for their first of two visits. One now which is spring, and they will return again in summer to look at the progress. We are judged on the finances, the planning and all the work, both volunteers and the community and that Beverley is an inviting place.”

“As for the final results, we do not find anything out until September. In the past, Beverley has achieved a Silver award, but we would like to improve and get Gold if we can.”

“It is important Beverley takes part in Yorkshire in Bloom as we are a medieval market town, we have a great amount of things going on, and we should be celebrating that.”

“Taking part in Yorkshire in Bloom helps to raise the profile of Beverley. The award shows that you care for your town. In terms of visitors and tourism there are a lot of people follow Yorkshire in Bloom and visit as a result.”

Yorkshire in Bloom Judge Joy Smith said;

“We are walking around to see how the town looks in spring and to learn about the plans for summer when we will return and see what has been done. As judges, we look for floral content. We are also now looking for sustainable planting that can attract insects and bees, attractive displays, tidy clean areas, which have been cared for.”

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“We don’t like to see litter or graffiti, instead we like to see recycling and care about the environment, that floral groups are building links with community associations, schools and that residents are encouraged to keep their garden’s tidy.”

“Yorkshire in Bloom is a great celebration of our county that’s needs supporting. I visited . It was so impressive. We want to urge local businesses to get involved. Flowers and plants are really good for your soul, and they make people happier and help visitors have a more enjoyable day.”

Nathan Bush, Chairman who met with judges said;

“Everyone in the Georgian Quarter is keen to get behind the scheme. It could be fabulous this summer. from the Royal Standard and Mandy Buchanan from the Beverley Dresser are putting a lot of effort in, and we look forward to seeing the results.”



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