Huntingdon garden transformed for Anglia in Bloom

Moor In Bloom judging, (l-r) Anglia In Bloom Secretary Sue Bacon, Jill Watkin-Taverner, and Judge Te

Moor In Bloom judging, (l-r) Anglia In Bloom Secretary Sue Bacon, Jill Watkin-Taverner, and Judge Terry Bane, - Credit: Archant

After spending months transforming a garden in Huntingdon, volunteers presented it to the judges of Anglia in Bloom.

The green space at the Huntingdon MS Therapy Centre, in Mayfield Road, had been given a complete redesign so it was decided that the garden would be entered into the competition.

Chairman of Moor in Bloom Jill Watkin-Taverner, said: “The judges were so impressed and very interested in the work that has been done to the garden.”

Rarely used by those who get therapy at the centre the garden was uninviting and overgrown but it now has a wildlife corridor, vegetable patch and fish pond.

“We are still raising money for paths to be put in and perhaps an outdoor therapy centre,” said Jill.


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The garden has been included as a part of the North Ward /Oxmoor under the entry in urban community.

Winners will be announced in September.

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