WEELEY IN BLOOM 2018
(Watch this space, as we are intending to create a new web site soon dedicated solely to Weeley in Bloom)
We have managed to retain our High Silver - so it will be all hands to the pumps over the next few years to try and move us up the ladder to Silver Gilt - the judges have to see improvements every year, with attention to detail, in order for that to happen. We will be planting the troughs with daffodil bulbs and giant pansies once the geraniums are on their last legs, and also bulb circles at the foot of the Street and entrance to the Station. All helpers welcome, we could certainly do with a few more to join our happy band of Bloomers.
WE NEED YOU
If there are any gardeners or interested residents out there who feel they would like to become involved, then please contact us.
We are actively seeking new Committee members - why not come and join our happy band.
Tel: 830778 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
15th August - Projects which now have outline approval and will be progressing over the next year:
15th July - Well, the Anglia in Bloom judges have been - and all we can do now is wait for the Awards Ceremony in Bury St Edmunds on 12th September to find out how we've done.
Colin with the displays At the Station with Ruth & Robin Station adopters
At the Taylors in the Street At Willow Park with Jade, Gardening Club
A HUGE thank you to everyone for helping us with our entry - from individuals to organisations and businesses to the grass cutting team and TDC - you did us proud.
11th March - A presentation of £200 worth of litter picking equipment and a donation of £250 were donated by Craig Newnes, the franchisee of McDonalds Weeley today - we thank him very much for his support
Weeley Residents Association and Weeley in Bloom are very pleased to announce a corporate partnership with McDonalds.
We will be working together to try and reduce the amount of litter being dropped around the Village and Heath.
Phil Norris of Rainbow Nursery relaxing after having helped to place the trough at the Ambulance Station in Colchester Road. Well, it WAS a hot day!!
The School Mound has now been planted . This was an amalgamation of children's designs for this year, so thank you to Hilltop for rescuing the project.