Diary Dates 2016


April 2016
Launch of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Bloom

April 2016
Leaflets with a competition entry form will be distributed widely and are available at the Gateway

May 2016
Deadline for sponsors to be integrated in publications Sponsorship Opportunities

June 2016
Closing date for returning competition entry forms

July 2016
Judging Period

September 2016
Awards Presentation
for the 'Best' categories

September 2016
Awards Presentation
for the Schools competition

October 2016
Thank you / Debriefing for organisers, participants, sponsors

Sponsors


There are great opportunities for sponsors. We have four levels of sponsorship.
They are tailored and could become a highly efficient advertisement tool for small and medium businesses.

Sponsorship Opportunities

 
 

 
 

 
 

 


in partnership with

BLOOM IS BACK IN ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS



Tunbridge Wells Borough Council and the Royal Tunbridge Wells Town Forum, the partnership between residentsí representatives and ward councilors, revived the once popular competition in 2010.

And again in 2016, the organisers wish to bring back once more the sparkle to Royal Tunbridge Wells through a number of methods e.g. cleaning of roundabouts, replanting containers, more street flower baskets and barrier troughs and even introducing edible landscaping on suitable spots.

Together with the "Love Where We Live" initiative it also aims to achieve
a litter free, cleaner and greener town.

We will work together with all communities and schools and there will be competitions for:

  • basket
  • planter/tub/container
  • front patio/balcony
  • front garden
  • wildlife garden
  • allotment
  • cafe/pub/club
  • street
  • school
  • shop front
  • commercial community allotment/garden
  • business ground
  • windowsill @townhall

Be part of Royal Tunbridge Wells in Bloom — there will be many benefits to your area:

  • Increase community and civic pride
  • Long term improvement in local environments
  • A boost to Royal Tunbridge Wells' economy
  • Regeneration of run-down areas and 'grot spots'
  • Stimulation of voluntary work and co-operation between communities
  • A means to address conservation, heritage and sustainability

 

Enjoy the "BLOOM Picture Gallery"

 

. . . and have a look at the RTW in Bloom - Facebook Gallery

 

 

 

HELP ROYAL TUNBRIDGE WELLS IN BLOOM HAPPEN


It is part of the national "Britain in Bloom" campaign
organised by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS).
  • spread the word
  • get a flyer at the GATEWAY
  • put a poster in your window
  • enter the competition
  • plan your effort
  • form a local group
  • offer your help
  • sponsor Bloom
  • and mainly — START PLANTING!

 

ENTRY

Entries will be free of charge and are open to any resident within the boundaries of Royal Tunbridge Wells (including Hawkenbury).
There is only one rule: Entries must be visible from the street.


AREA

Royal Tunbridge Wells — Council Wards:
Broadwater, Culverden, Pantiles and St Mark's, Park, St James',
St John's, Sherwood

 

Royal Tunbridge Wells Wards and Boundary of RTW