We are looking for the best community gardening projects and school gardens around the UK – and we want to hear from you!
We have five specialist categories, designed to reward passionate people taking part in community, neighbourhood and school gardening projects.
Community Garden Projects
This award will go to fantastic and inspiring community gardening projects and people who are making their local area a nicer place to live.
Whatever you are doing to improve your local area with gardening and growing, we want to hear about it!
Community Gardens enter via the five Regional Categories. The regions for 2016 are: Scotland; Northern England; Wales, NI and Isle of Man; Midlands and East Anglia; Southern England and Channel Islands.
School Garden Projects
This award will go to the school that has best involved children to create an inspirational school garden. The garden can be edible or ornamental and new or well-established.
The school should also be able demonstrate that it is teaching children how to garden and interact with nature.
This award will go to the best street of front gardens.
We are looking for a street full pride as people forge stunning front gardens together. Encourage your neighbours to take part and win vouchers to make your street a nicer place to live!
This award goes to the best small garden project. We are looking for a small area that has been transformed into an inspiring mini garden.
We are looking for clever use of space and intriguing design. If you have a small green area, let us know!
Garden Centre Ambassador of the Year
This award will go to the Garden Centre Ambassador who has been the most engaged with our community gardening project.
We want to see passionate Ambassadors who have built relationships with community projects, and those who have immersed themselves in the campaign by assisting with entries and encouraging communities to share their stories and photos.
To read more about our brand new 2016 categories follow the link:
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Not only do the Cultivation Street Team enjoy seeing new gardening projects and the progress of communities, David Domoney will be highlighting entrants’ progress throughout the competition in his The Sunday Mirror newspaper column.
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