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enfield in bloom logoenfield in bloom broomfield conservatoryA Gold award for Broomfield Conservatory from Enfield in Bloom

The Friends of Broomfield Park and Tottenhall Infants School are among those celebrating after the announcement of the winning entries for this year's Enfield in Bloom competition.

Broomfield Conservatory was awarded Gold in the Exceptional Horticultural Contribution to the Community - Small Displays category.

Two other park features created and maintained by the Friends of Broomfield Park also won awards.  Silver for Broomfield Community Orchard in the Exceptional Horticultural Contribution to the Community - Large Displays category and Silver for the Broomfield Park Wildlife Pond in the Best Environmental and Wildlife Garden category.

enfield in bloom broomfield community orchardA Silver award for the Community Orchard

 enfield in bloom broomfield park wildlife pondThe Wildlife Pond was entered in the competition for the first time this year

Tottenhall Infants School won a Bronze award in the category Best School Grounds with Environmental and Educational Aspect.

Enfield in Bloom - Tottenhall infants schoolTottenhall Infants School pupils in their flower-filled school grounds

To see photographs of all the Enfield in Bloom winners visit www.enfieldinbloom.org.uk/competition-results-2018.

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