Bristol City has the pleasure of the RHS Britain in Bloom judges today, as they go around judging the local community.
The judges Sue Wood and Jim Goodwin will have their work cut out today as they have lots of flower bed displays to take a look at! There is one set on the Whitetree roundabout, another at the Zoo Gardens, then moving on to Easter Gardens, followed by Goldney Avenue and finally they will visit the Botanic Garden, inspecting each one closely and marking accordingly.
Sue and Jim will then be taken to Old Sneed Park and the St Thomas Memorial. Suspension Bridge Road is the next stop looking at the observatory and the children’s playground.
The RHS judges will take a look around Millennium Square before finishing up at the Community Orchard and herb garden on Brandon Hill, which is the oldest municipal open space in the country!
Anglian Home Improvements are the official sponsors of this years Britain in Bloom. Visit the Anglian website for information on our Edwardian conservatories.