Boston in Bloom will only succeed if there is wide community involvement.
Householders and those involved in business in those streets along the judging route can play their part in making the town greener and cleaner.
They can improve chances of success by doing something as simple as ensuring they take their wheelie bins back onto their properties as soon as possible after they have been emptied. Gardens can be kept tidy and weed free, frontages litter free and businesses are encouraged to join the town centre hanging basket scheme - contact T.A. Blackamore on 07787 125025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an order form or alternatively a copy is available at the foot of this page.
Efforts are going to be made to publicise those community-spirited businesses in streets which back the Boston in Bloom campaign and those who support the campaign in other ways, for example by weeding planters (see photograph above).
Other ways to support the Boston in Bloom campaign include:-
- taking part in community planting or clean-up schemes;
- highlighting local areas requiring improvements;
- sponsoring individual features to make the town more attractive;
- helping to maintain public planters;
- volunteering your expertise - we are particularly looking for experienced horticulturalists or qualified landscape designers to support the campaign.
You can find out more by contacting Ian Farmer - details to the left of this screen.
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