West Norfolk has come up rosey in this year’s Anglia in Bloom awards.
Green-fingered volunteers across the area have been rewarded with nominations and awards in the prestigious competition.
Hunstanton has not only received another gold award but also won the coastal category.
Esplande Gardens was a joint winner in the Best Local Authority Floral Display.
Hecham received a gold award in the coastal category but went onto win the Environmental Quality award
Celebrations will be ripe in Downham after scooping a gold award in this year’s town category while Swaffham received a silver gilt.
Bronze award went to Churchside Cemetery and the King’s Walk Cemetery in Downham.
South Wootton’s wild flower strip and pond was a finalist in the Biodiversity Award while Searles Leisure Park in Hunstanton was nominated in the Best Conservation Project.
Hunstanton’s Norfield Allotments was nominated in the Grow Your Own section while Suffield Court in Swaffham was a finalist in the Best Individual/Community Floral Display.
The Old Railway Station in Heacham was nominated in the best industrial/commercial area. Boston Square in Hunstanton was nominated for Best Garden for Special needs. The Community Orchard in Hunstanton was nominated for the Best Young Persons project, 12 to 18-years-old. But South Wootton Primary School won the 12 years and under section. Colin Drew from Lynn was nominated for the Mike Ames award. Downham’s seed trays and Heacham Remembers were nominated in the Second World War Commemoration Award.