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Partners & Sponsors

Local people, businesses and organisations play a vital role in helping to make our town cleaner and greener.

Interest in Boston in Bloom has grown this year.  Major sponsors continue to be Boston Big Local and Boston Borough Council, but these have been joined by other significant contributions.

A full list of sponsors and supporters is set out below:-

Arts Council - Grants to Boston Hanse Group and Neighbourhood Action Group (Sluice to the Stump)

Big Boston Clean Up - Asda and Freshtime

Boston Big Local - £19,000 grant over two years, including sponsorship of new Central Park garden

Boston Big Local Community Chest - £1,000 contribution towards planting of raised beds

Boston Borough Council - Planting schemes support for initiatives

Boston Bulbs - Tulip bulbs

Brian Charity - Landscaping of Bridge Foot garden

Cherries - window boxes

Dudley Bryant and Ralph Ottey - £750 contribution to floral tower and trees

Lincolnshire County Council - funding for community growing area

Maude's Jewellers - Sponsorship of East Midlands in Bloom awards

Mint Supermarket - Sponsorship of plants for new Knot Garden

Pelo & Eden - £100 sponsorship of Church flower bed and sponsorship of East Midlands in Bloom awards

Richard Tupper, David Isaac, Ralph Ottey, Dudley Bryant, Judy Cammack, Jay Peck, Oldrids and others  - silhouette sheep on Bargate roundabout

South Lincolnshire Scaffolding Ltd - Donation of scaffold posts for Church flower bed

Springfields Horticultural Society - Daffodil bulbs

Tony Cammack - Landscaping of part of Bargate car park

Transported - Design costs for Central Park garden

Vere Bros Contractors - 100 tonnes of topsoil

Witham Central and Carlton Road Neighbourhood Group - £100 contribution towards planting of raised beds

Practical support has been provided by Boston College students, Community Payback, HMP North Sea Camp, Police Cadets and Thistles Nursery.

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[390kb] TA Blackamore hanging basket order form.2017 pdf Hanging Basket order form

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