ACTIVITY IN 2000
Building on the support generated during the 1999 activities the Committee raised their sights with an increase in the range and scope of local competitions and entered the Southern England in Bloom Competition. Publicity for the year’s events started March in the judging of the local events during the week 10 – 14 July.
F&CC in Bloom 2000 Competitions and Results
Logo Design Award (Sponsored by Redfields Garden Centre)
Heatherside Infant School
Mrs Joan Partridge
Mrs J Clarke
Class 2 -
Class 3 -
This ‘n’ ThatClass 4 -
The Prince Arthur
Class 5 -
All Saints C of E Junior
Crookham County Junior
Class 7 -
Mrs J Clarke
Mrs JF Grace
Award for Special Merit (Hart District Council Cup)
The Apex Centre
Best Overall Entry (The Chairman’s Cup)Winner
All Saints CE Junior School
The Chairman of Hart District Council, Councillor Charles Lynch, presented prizes and Certificates at the Harlington Centre on 30 September 2000.
Cllr Lynch presenting prize to Matthew Barham -
Cllr Lynch presenting Hart District Award and Certificate for Special Merit to Apex Centre
Mr Gilliam, Manager Hart Shopping Centre, presenting Cup to Mr Hilton, HSBC, Winner Best Shop Frontage
Mrs Goater, Redfields Garden Centre, presenting Shield to Mrs Roberts, All Saints
Junior School -
Spring2000 exhibition in Harlington Centre
Some Winning Gardens
High Street Display
The Southern England in Bloom Judges Peter Collett and Peter Maunder arrived at the Civic Offices at 10 am on Friday 21 July. This judges were first given a briefing explaining the F&CC in Bloom local competitions and Hart District Council activity in refurbishment and improvement of planters and hanging baskets along the main shopping area of Fleet Road and on the Views.
The judges were then taken on a tour of Fleet and Church Crookham. The tour started with a visit to ‘The Views’ and the ‘Apex Centre’ followed by a walk along Fleet Road followed by a drive around Fleet & Church Crookham calling at Fleet Pond, Oakley Park, and the Basingstoke Canal and visiting the winning Community Group, Front Garden and School.The Judges then returned to Hart Council Offices for a snack lunch before completing their visit with a final discussion with the Fleet & Church Crookham in Bloom Committee.
The Fleet & Church Crookham in Bloom Committee were delighted to be nominated runners up in the Large Towns Group of Southern England in Bloom with All Saints CE Junior School winning the Best School’s award.
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