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East Midlands in Bloom 2014 - Derbyshire results

PUBLISHED: 09:19 18 November 2014 | UPDATED: 09:19 18 November 2014

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Little Eaton

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A look at this year’s winners...

Small Village

Bronze: 118 points - Wessington (first time entrant)

Judges Award: Wessington – For the cooperation between the pupils and parents of Wessington Primary School and the work of the Wessington Nature Reserve Group

Silver: Elmton

Village

Silver Gilt: 156 points - Middleton by Wirksworth

Judges Award: Middleton by Wirksworth – To Middleton School for inspiring children’s interest in their grounds, the local allotment and street planters

Large Village

Silver: 125 points - Little Eaton (first time entrant)

Judges Award: Little Eaton – For a well organised promotional campaign creating strong “Bloom awareness”

Small Town

Silver Gilt: 154 points - Draycott (first time entrant)

Judges Award: Draycott – Welly-boots and Wheelbarrows

Silver Gilt: 164 points - Darley Dale

Judges Award: Darley Dale – The new garden at RBS and support from RBS employees

Silver Gilt: 168 points - Bakewell

Judges Award: Bakewell – The Riverside Garden

Large Town

Silver Gilt: 151 points - Buxton (re-entry, last entered 2009)

Judges Award: Buxton – Serpentine Project

Gold: 171 points - Ilkeston, Derbyshire

Judges Award: Ilkeston – Children and staff at Chaucer School

Gold: 172 points - Long Eaton, Derbyshire

Judges Award: Long Eaton – rEvive project utilising empty shops

Gold 177 points: Belper, Derbyshire

Judges Award: Belper – WW1 Poppies

• Urban Community

Silver: 130 points - Littleover, Derby

Small City

Silver Gilt: - 156 points - Chesterfield, Derbyshire

Judges Award: Chesterfield – St Marys Primary School for their efforts to commemorate the First World War

*ALSO BEST SCHOOL GARDEN SPECIAL AWARD see below

East Midlands in Bloom Regional Finalists - Britain in Bloom 2014

Belper – Large Town-Silver Gilt

Best School Garden Special Awards

Western Power Distribution East Midlands in Bloom Best School Ornamental Garden Award

Presented to:

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Chesterfield - Gold and Best Ornamental Garden 2014

• Best School Garden Special Awards (others that were entered in Derbyshire)

Chaucer Junior School, Ilkeston - Silver Gilt - 81

Darley Churchtown C E Primary, Darley Dale - Silver - 67

Grassmoor Primary School, Grassmoor, Chesterfield - Silver Gilt - 84

Middleton Community Primary School, Middleton-by-Wirksworth - Silver Gilt - 83

Ridgeway Infant School, Littleover - Silver Gilt - 75

Rosliston C E Primary School, Rosliston - Silver - 67

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Chesterfield - Gold & Best Ornamental Garden - 87

St Peter’s C. E. Junior School, Littleover - Silver Gilt - 79

• East Midlands in Bloom Frank Constable Award for Best Residential Garden

153 Moorland View, Chesterfield - Gold

95 Brayfield Road, Littleover, Derby - Silver

East Midlands in Bloom Best Hotel/Pub Garden or Display

Coach and Horses, Draycott - Silver Gilt

The Half Moon Inn, Littleover - Bronze

Ringwood Hall Hotel, Brimington, Chesterfield - Gold

East Midlands in Bloom Best Retail/Commercial Premises

Haddon Hall Care Home, Buxton - Silver Gilt

T. C. Harrison Group Ltd, Milford House, Mill Street, Bakewell - Silver Gilt

• It’s Your Neighbourhood (Derbyshire entries 2014)

Taste Tideswell, The Courtyard, Commercial Road, Tideswell, SK17 8NY - Level 4 - Thriving

Byron Lodge, Flat 18, Byron Lodge, Byron Street, Buxton, SK17 6NR - Level 2 - Improving

Baslow Community Orchard Group, Howard Cottage, Eaton Hill, Baslow, Bakewell, DE45 1SB - Level 4 - Thriving

Clowne in Bloom, 13 Regent Street, Clowne, Chesterfield, S43 4LA - Level 2 - Improving

Millers Way Community Gardening Project, 60 Millers Way, Milford, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 0RZ - Level 3 - Developing

Draycott Village Fund - Fowler Street Improvements, Fowler Street, Draycott - Level 3 - Developing

• East Midlands in Bloom Children’s Art Competition

Sammie Oliver - Second - Reception, years 1 & 2 - ‘Lovely Lilac Lavender’ - Grassmooor Primary School, Chesterfield

Kacper Skiba - HC - Reception, years 1 & 2 - ‘April Showers’ - Bakewell C of E Infant School

Chloe Chaplin - HC - Reception, years 1 & 2 - ‘Beautiful Flowers in the Garden’ - Grassmooor Primary School, Chesterfield

Ella Forbes - HC - Years 3 & 4 - ‘Summer Joy’ - Buxton Junior School

Megan Finney - First - Years 5 & 6 - ‘Daisy Days’ - Buxton Junior School

Jessica Tugwell - HC - Years 5 & 6 - ‘3 Daisies Sitting in a Row’ - Buxton Junior School

Holly Wilson - HC - Years 5 & 6 - ‘The Daisy that Blooms Tomorrow’ - Buxton Junior School

Harry Walters - HC - Years 5 & 6 - ‘Pansy in Bloom’ - Buxton Junior School

Abbie O’Meara - HC - Years 5 & 6 - ‘Flower Power’ - Buxton Junior School

East Midlands in Bloom Children’s Digital Photography Competition

Isabelle Fidler - First - Reception, Years 1 & 2 - ‘Water Lily’ - Spire Infant School, Chesterfield

Katie Waller - HC - Reception, Years 1 & 2 - ‘Spiky House Leeks’ - Spire Infant School, Chesterfield

Luca Sewell - HC - Reception, Years 1 & 2 - ‘Ceramic Flowers’ - Buxton Infant School

Charlie Whitehouse - HC - Reception, Years 1 & 2 - ‘Ripening Redcurrants’ - Spire Infant School, Chesterfield

Mya Jones - HC - Reception, Years 1 & 2 - ‘Weeding the Borders’ - Buxton Infant School

Amelia Rose Bambury - First - Years 3 & 4 - ‘Butterfly on Flower’ - Rosliston C E Primary

Kenzo Marbrow-Wright - First - Years 3 & 4 - ‘Waiting for Supper’ - Rosliston C E Primary

Darcie Skellet - First - Years 3 & 4 - Frog in Garden - Rosliston C E Primary

Jake Meacham - HC - Years 5 & 6 - Ladybird - Rosliston C E Primary

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