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Aberdeen In Bloom
Aberdeen in Bloom is an initiative led by The City Council that aims to improve the environmental quality of the City for residents and visitors. This is carried out by council staff and a number of local volunteer In Bloom groups across the city.
In Bloom Competitions
Aberdeen has been involved with the Britain in Bloom Competition since 1963 winning the Best Overall Trophy for the first time in 1965. Since then Aberdeen has won both Britain in Bloom and Beautiful Scotland in Bloom trophies on numerous occasions. Other Competitions include Nations in Bloom, World in Bloom and Communities in Bloom which Aberdeen entered for the first time in 2003 and won The International Large City Category twinned with Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Garden Competition 2013
The 2013 Garden Competition is now closed for entries, and judging will take place throughout August.
Sponsored Floral Displays
Work with Aberdeen City Council to improve your city's environment. Hanging baskets, window boxes and planters brighten up lamp columns, courtyards, railing and shop frontages on your business premises.
Those with business premises can opt to purchase hanging baskets and window boxes from Aberdeen City Council, who will erect and maintain them throughout the season. Summer, winter and spring displays can be provided.
We will also advise you on what type of display will best suit your premises to maximise impact.
For further information on the Sponsored Floral Displays scheme and to request an Order Form, please contact: Alan Gray, Supervisor 1st Floor, Kittybrewster on: 01224 (480281) or at: email@example.com
It's Your City
Aberdeen City Council would like to take this opportunity to thank you for supporting your city for Aberdeen in Bloom and for making Aberdeen a great place to live, work and play.
- Steven Shaw
Area Environmental Manager
1st Floor Kittybrewster
Aberdeen, AB25 3RF
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