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New window boxes will help King’s Lynn to bloom this summer

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds (BCKLWN), Green Space Officer Robert Wiseman (BCKLWN), Mel Robson of sponsors Hayes+Storr solicitors and Zena Penty of West Norfolk Mind with the window boxes for sale as part of the King's Lynn In Bloom front garden competition. ANL-140606-154514009

Cllr Elizabeth Nockolds (BCKLWN), Green Space Officer Robert Wiseman (BCKLWN), Mel Robson of sponsors Hayes+Storr solicitors and Zena Penty of West Norfolk Mind with the window boxes for sale as part of the King's Lynn In Bloom front garden competition. ANL-140606-154514009

Gardeners in Lynn have a new way to help the town bloom this summer and raise money for charity at the same time.

The Lynn In Bloom front garden competition was launched on Friday and this year includes a new window box category.

Participants can buy a window box from West Norfolk Mind, whose volunteers are making them, for £5 in order to take part. All proceeds will go to Mind.

Entries for the competition, which is sponsored by Hayes and Storr, are open until June 20. Judging will then take place next month.

Forms are available from the West Norfolk Council offices or by emailing westnorfolkinbloom@west-norfolk.gov.uk.

Completed forms should be marked Front Garden Competition and sent to Streetscenes, Hamlin Way, King’s Lynn, PE30 4NG.

Pictured above launching the competition are, from left, borough councillor Elizabeth Nockolds, the borough council’s green space officer Robert Wiseman, Mel Robson of Hayes and Storr and Zena Penty of West Norfolk Mind. mlnf14pt06057

 

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