Blackpool in Bloom is an annual gardening competition. The aim is to put colour and civic pride into Blackpool for residents. And make it a prettier place for visitors too.
It’s formerly been known as Gorgeous Gardens, Hotel in Bloom and Beautiful Blackpool in Bloom. The competition is now simply ‘Blackpool in Bloom’.
About Blackpool in Bloom
Have you got a garden that’s blooming lovely, gorgeous window boxes at work, a business that blossoms, or live in a street that’s sensational? Then showcase your horticultural achievement for a chance to be crowned the winner of Blackpool in Bloom.
Gardens, flowers and conservation are a great way to bring the community together and show that you love where you live. Why don’t you get involved!
- Blackpool in Bloom celebrates the horticultural achievements of local residents.
- Blackpool in Bloom is a competition for hotels and guesthouses who transform the streets in our holiday areas with a delight of flowers and displays each summer.
The organisers want 2019 to be bigger and better than ever! With colour right through the town, from shops, stores, pubs, streets, houses, community groups, parks, alleys and anywhere you can put flowers!
The challenge is for you to join in and start planning your theme ready for the judges in July 2019…
Blackpool in Bloom Launch Evening
Wednesday 13 March from 6-9pm
Including hot-pot supper at 6.30pm for just £6
At Dahlia’s Kitchen, Cropper Road
Please come along to the launch evening for this years Blackpool in Bloom. With a new team leader and lots of ideas, Blackpool is sure to look blooming lovely this year! Find out about the new categories and the new judging criteria.
- The competition is completely FREE to enter.
- Judging takes place in July
- Awards presentation evening is on 18 September at the Imperial Hotel
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details and to book your hot-pot tickets
Find out More
The Blackpool in Bloom website
Blackpool in Bloom Facebook page
This is a stand-alone competition just for homes and businesses in the borough of Blackpool. It isn’t part of the national RHS Britain in Bloom competition.
Some previous stunning Blackpool In Bloom garden entries:
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