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enfield in bloom logoCommunity-run green space projects in Palmers Green and Winchmore Hill have won several awards in the 2019 Enfield in Bloom competition. As in previous years, the Friends of Broomfield Park were among the winners in several categories. There were also awards for Woodcroft Wildspace, Firs Farm Wetlands and two primary schools.

The main sponsor for this year's competition was Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. A further ten companies and individuals provided sponsorship for individual categories.

You can see photographs of the winners in all the many categories on the Enfield in Bloom website.

Best school grounds with environmental and educational aspect

Sponsored by Enfield NEU

Silver: Hazelwood School

hazelwood school garden

Silver: Tottenhall School

tottenhall school garden

Exceptional horticultural contribution to the community
Large displays

Sponsored by Three Counties Garden Buildings

Silver: Broomfield Community Orchard

broomfield community orchard seat

Exceptional horticultural contribution to the community
Small displays

Sponsored by Three Counties Garden Buildings

Silver: Woodcroft Wildspace entrance

woodcroft wildspace entrance

Silver: Woodcroft Contemplation Corner

woodcroft contemplation corner

Gold: Broomfield Park Conservatory

broomfield park conservatory

 Best innovative growing space

Sponsored by Ritec Limited

Silver: Woodcroft Sensory Garden

woodcroft sensory garden

Best environmental and wildlife garden

Sponsored by the Royal Chace Hotel

Silver: Broomfield Meadow

 broomfield meadow

Gold: Broomfield Park wildlife pond

broomfield park wildlife pond

Gold: Woodcroft Wildspace

woodcroft wildspace gold

 Best highway/open space planting

Sponsored by Palace Gardens shopping precinct

Gold: Firs Farm Wetlands

firs fam wetlands gold

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