Marazion group wins top award at South West in Bloom
MARAZION in Bloom has been awarded a top prize at the South West in Bloom awards.
The 5 Parishes Volunteer Group received a Silver Gilt in the Mary Mortimer Trophy at Truro Cathedral on September 19.
The award was given following a visit from judges to Maypole Gardens in July.
Councillor Penney Hosking, chair of the 5 Parishes Group, said volunteers have had a busy year preparing for this and for the Cornwall in Bloom Awards.
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She added: “We have planted spring bulbs in the winter and bedding plants later in the season. The town council revamped the Maypole Gardens which has sustainable planting and will look even better when it gets well established. The group would like to thank everybody who contributed with flowers and planters to make the town look its best.”
The gardening club at Marazion School helped to plant the boat on the fair green and in community week local children helped to create a wild flower hedge at the school.
Mayor of Marazion, Derek Laity, received the award along with other members of the group at the ceremony in Truro.