And the blooming winner is …
Eggar’s School – gold in the annual Alton in Bloom competition.
Alton's 'In Bloom' competition is held to encourage Alton’s businesses, schools and residents to make their gardens and sites look attractive. Eggar’s School won gold in the best COMMUNITY building category. Ryan Heighes, site manager Dave Webb and Colin Leach were delighted with the award.
Dave commented: “It is the culmination of a lot of hard work but it is also so rewarding getting the site looking great all the year round.”
Fantastic news! Many congratulations. #inspiration #NCW2019 https://t.co/Ml1qzbMZFf 11:16 AM - 20 Feb 2019
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