Horsham in Bloom
2016 competition winners
Winners and runners-up of the 2016 HiB competitions were announced at an event attended by local gardeners and community volunteers at the Holbrook Club in September.
Schools competition results announced
Pupils of schools in Horsham put on their thinking caps earlier this year and came up with some great designs for their gardens based on the theme of stories and rhymes.
Underpants, pirates and a Midsummer Night's Dream all featured in the winning entries.
Click the picture to discover what it's all about
Schools Competition 2016
‘Rhymes and Stories’ was the theme this year, providing many ideas for young imaginations.
Blue Diamond provided vouchers for seeds and compost. Follow the link to find out the results.
Local Competitions 2016
Excellent entries from enthusiastic gardeners caused the judges plenty of head scratching while deciding the winners.
Follow the link to see some of the winning entries.
- Your organisation's name and logo at several sites in the town centre
- Make a real impact on the street scene
A great way to advertise your business!
- Economic promotion of your business
- Horsham in Bloom is popular and successful
- Railing Planters and Hanging Baskets make a bright, welcoming appearance
- Seen by hundreds in the town each day
- Businesses associated with us become well known
Volunteer groups undertake a variety of tasks in the town, many of which wouldn't be able to be done without their involvement.
Horsham in Bloom is also seeking active volunteers to work with the existing committee members.
Horsham in Bloom has instigated and been involved with many projects over the years. The biggest and most well known is the Human Nature Garden in Horsham Park.
A more recent project is New Street Green.