Clackmannanshire Council is pleased to announce the results of the first round of Final Judging for this exciting and prestigious competition.
The schools section of our competition was judged on Wednesday 17th June 2015.
Provost Tina Murphy was accompanied by this year's judge, Jacqueline McKenna from Stirling University's Grounds Management team and officers from Clackmannanshire Council.
The school finalists certainly all had the "wow factor" making the judges decisions very difficult. Judges comments included:
The results are:
Certificates of achievement will also be awarded to Coalsnaughton Nursery Class and St Bernadette's Primary School.
This is only the first stage of our Clackmannanshire in Bloom competition. There is still time to enter other categories. The competition is open to everyone including Council tenants, private home owners, local communities, businesses and allotment owners. The lucky winners will receive a range of prizes.
And it doesn't matter how big or small your garden is. Even if you have no garden we will happily judge your window box , floral tubs or project.
We have awards to reward effort and excellence in nine sections, as well as for the best floral and floral container garden in each of the five Council wards.
Application forms are also available on ClacksWeb or by phoning 01259 45000 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
There will also be a full results table released once all our judging has been completed at the end of August.
Please note the closing date for applications is 30th June 2015.