The emphasis for this year’s Brighton & Hove in Bloom competition will be on encouraging local neighbourhood and business communities to work together and enter collectively, rather than on independent entries. Spring is well underway, but if you are short of time help is on hand with those floral displays.
Brighton and Hove City Council’s approved City in Bloom contractor is Windowflowers, a British nursery which grows and produces its own plants, and specialises in growing, planting, installing and maintaining container based floral displays.
As well as businesses in Brighton and Hove, its current clients include the Cities of Westminster, London and Leicester, the Boroughs of Reading, Windsor and Maidenhead, and prestigious hotels such as Claridges and The Ritz in Central London.
Prices start from around £25 plus Vat to install a standard summer display for businesses with their own bracket, and quotations can be supplied for a host of other products and services including maintenance of displays, tiered planters, window boxes, and even the planting and maintenance of flowers beds.
An order form can be downloaded by clicking on the link below (Microsoft Word 97 – 2003 Document, 30.5KB, 31,232 bytes) or you can order online at www.cityinbloom.com.
Further information and a link to the competition entry form will be available in late spring on the Business Forum website. For any In Bloom enquiries, contact: Stella Richardson at Brighton & Hove City Council on 292217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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