Chesapeake West and Chester hosted the referee’s visit to the North West this year.
It is a voluntary regional organization that governs Bloom Black, Lanshair, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside in the Northwest and is one of the 18 states and nations in Britain.
It is one of the most successful and longest-running local competitions in the United Kingdom in Britain.
The purpose of the competition is to encourage the development of our environment through the imaginary use of trees, shrubs, flowers and landscapes. It also aims to achieve a waste-free and sustainable environment.
The goals of the competition are to focus on the three key areas: fruits and vegetables, the environment and the community.
The council has four entries in this year’s competition – Grovenoor Park, Chester, Marbury Park and Alexandra Park, all District Entries and Entries.
Councilor Karen Shore, Councilor for Environment, Highways and Strategic Transport, said: It was an opportunity.
“Groups from the council have suggested that they be included in projects and plans.
Our entries have also been strengthened by working closely with various ‘friends’ groups and volunteers, such as Cheshire Oaks, Baron Quay, Northwich Beid and, of course. Parks and green spaces. Many thanks to all who participated. ”
Northwest Blum Judges, Bernard Pendletton (Northwest Bloom) and Neil Harvey visited the district for two days this week to meet with councilors, businesses, volunteers and community organizations.