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Wales in Bloom 2013

After Wrexham's success in 2012 at winning Silver Gilt in the Wales in Bloom Competition and were only four points off winning Gold, the Wales in Bloom Team are now getting ready for 2013.

Wrexham is entering the Wales in Bloom 2013 Competition with a new route to take the judges around. The route this year will call at several venues and gardens including Holt, Wrexham Recycling Centre, Borras Infant School, Smithfield Community Garden and Wrexham Town Centre.

The biggest part of Wales in Bloom is community involvement. We are asking residents and community groups on the route for their assistance with this. Last year we had groups conducting litter picks, gardening competitions, planting up areas and hanging baskets to improve their area.

Wales in Bloom aims to make Wrexham environmentally friendly by eliminating graffiti, dog fouling, fly posting and promoting sustainable planting and floral displays to make Wrexham a more beautiful place to live and visit.

Wrexham Council are constantly trying to find ways to help support the Wales in Bloom campaign and one way is through it's Roundabout Sponsorship Scheme. The revenue obtained from the sponsorship of roundabouts will contribute to improving the quality of the landscaping and maintenance of roundabouts and helps support Wales in Bloom activities within the Borough.

We also have sponsorship opportunities for businesses to sponsor planters or purchase hanging baskets. All sponsors will be acknowledged in related Wales in Bloom publicity which is an excellent advertising opportunity for your business as well as improving the environment in Wrexham.

If you are interested in helping with the Wales in Bloom Campaign or in sponsoring a roundabout or planter then please contact 01978 729638 or email at roundabouts@wrexham.gov.uk.

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The Wrexham in Bloom campaign encourages everyone to make positive and lasting changes to their environment. Use the links below to find out more...