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St Neots in Bloom judges have been patrolling the town and gave the best front garden award to Lucy Sawicka, of Ridgeway, Eynesbury. The runner-up was Dorothy Drumgold of Fairfax Court. Both gardeners won Roxton Garden Centre vouchers and framed certifica

St Neots in Bloom judges have been patrolling the town and gave the best front garden award to Lucy Sawicka, of Ridgeway, Eynesbury.

The runner-up was Dorothy Drumgold of Fairfax Court. Both gardeners won Roxton Garden Centre vouchers and framed certificates.

There were also prizes for best commercial/retail premises, which were given to Barretts, in the High Street, and the Millers Arms, in Ackerman Street, was best pub.

Pictured below right are judges George Dawson and Bob Hardwick, from Anglia in Bloom, with The Mayor of St Neots Councillor Bob Eaton and winners Alan Huckle, manager of Barretts, Martin and Leslie Munt, landlord and landlady of The Millers Arms, Lucy Sawicka and Dorothy Drumgold.


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Top left, is Lucy Sawicka's garden in Ridgeway, Eynesbury, and, top right, is Alan Huckle outside Barretts.

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