Posted: Fri 17th May 2024

Local businesses urged to take part in ‘Wrexham in Bloom Floral Display’ competition! for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area

Businesses across the county borough are being encouraged to take part in the ‘Wrexham in Bloom, Best Floral Display’ competition.

Entrants will have the chance to create a floral display which must consist of at least two planters or two window boxes or two hanging baskets.

Points will be awarded for:

  • Environmentally friendly planting: use of home grown plants, peat-free compost, use of perlite beads to retain water, no use of moss. (A maximum of 10 points are available).
  • Creative and imaginative planting schemes. (A maximum of 7 points are available).
  • Overall visual impact (A maximum of 3 points are available).

Any displays should not cause an obstruction or injury.

Entry forms are available by emailing and should be returned by Wednesday 12 June.

The competition Judges will visit those that have entered the competition on Wednesday 17 July to carry out short-listing before the final judging at a later date.

There’ll be a 1, 2, 3 and Highly Commended awards with all runners up receiving a Letter of Merit.

If you have any queries regarding the competition or the ‘Wrexham in Bloom’ campaign, please email

Cllr Terry Evans, Lead member for Environment, said, “‘Wales in Bloom’ encourages all sections of the community to take part and improve the environment in which they live and work to make Wales a more beautiful place for tourists to visit as well as encouraging residents to make the most of their neighbourhoods.

“I encourage local businesses take part in this competition to help make the county Bloom.”

You can find out more about how to get involved by emailing [email protected]

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