Judging takes place on Friday of the annual Foxwood Garden contest. Entries are still being accepted.
The results will be announced at the Community Garden open day which is taking place on Sunday.
The early indications are that many gardeners are successfully overcoming the challenging “dry” conditions
Judges have praised the high standard of entries in this years Foxwood in Bloom contest.
Residents were asked to nominate baskets and tubs which made the greatest contribution to the street scene in the area. Judges described some of the entries as “stunning”
Prize winners are being notified this weekend and full results will be announced next week.
The contest is organised by the Foxwood Residents Association and has become a regular fixture on the calendar.
This years judge was Matt Reid from Easigrass gardens
Last year the Foxwood Residents Association won a gold award in the Yorkshire in Bloom contest. This year the Acomb Alive traders organisation have entered the Front Street area in a similar contest organised by Yorkshire in Bloom
An increased number of entries were received for this year’s garden contest organised by the Foxwood Residents Association
Prizes were awarded in a range of categories and handed given to winners this week
Prizes were donated by Accent Housing, Deans Garden centre and the Brunswick Organic Nursery
The judges were Nigel Harrison, Andy Storey and Vera Simpson.
The winners came from several different streets including Foxwood Lane, The Gallops, Lydham Court, Stirrup Close, Bellhouse Way and Pheasant Drive.