Beeding in Bloom garden winners announced

Dudley Rushmere, chairman of Beeding in Bloom, presents the Jim Heritage Cup to Joan and Roger Hornsby, whose garden was judged to be the best entry overall

Dudley Rushmere, chairman of Beeding in Bloom, presents the Jim Heritage Cup to Joan and Roger Hornsby, whose garden was judged to be the best entry overall

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WINNERS of Beeding in Bloom’s annual garden competition have been announced.

Entrants gathered in one of the gardens in Upper Beeding to hear the results, presented by chairman Dudley Rushmere.

Beeding in Bloom is a committee of villagers who organise and maintain containers, baskets and flower beds in the Upper Beeding.

Entry forms are posted through the door of every home in the village before the annual competition is launched.

This year’s winners were as follows –

Mainly perennials: Joan and Roger Hornsby; highly commended: Lynda Piper.

Courtyard garden: Brenda Emsley.

Edible and integrated: Alan Beasley.

Hanging baskets and containers: Henry Comlidge.

Best new entrant: Trevor Field-Wright; highly commended: Gabi Carr.

Best allotment: Jeff Dunstone.

Allotment newcomer (less than two years): Rosalie Fillion, highly commended: Ben and Sue Elliott.

Best overall entry, winning the Jim Heritage Cup: Joan and Roger Hornsby.