We are looking forward to visiting In Bloom and It's Your Neighbourhood groups this year.
Entry forms will be sent out to current groups and those who have expressed an interest. Alternatively, they can be downloaded from the links below and e-mailed to our Regional Co-ordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to:
North West in Bloom Regional Office
c/o Rural Business Centre
North West In Bloom entry form (pdf download)
North West in Bloom entry form (word document)
North West in Bloom BIB Commercial (pdf download)
North West in Bloom BIB Commercial (word document)
It's Your Neighbourhood entry form (IYN) (pdf download)
Please click on the following to see the BIBNW/IYN results for 2022:
BIB results 2022
IYN results 2022
Photographs are listed below by each day click on the album to see your pictures.
Tuesday 18th October IYN
Wednesday 19th October IYN
Thursday 20th October BIB NW
An Introduction to North West in Bloom
North West in Bloom is the voluntary regional organisation that administers the Britain in Bloom competition in Lancashire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, and is one of the 18 regions and Nations that comprise Britain in Bloom.
Britain in Bloom is one of the most effective, and longest running environmental competitions in the United Kingdom and each year it grows in size and importance and involves more people, groups and organisations within the community. Since 1964, communities from across the North West have demonstrated their ability to create and maintain attractive environments that benefit residents and visitors alike.
From the mill towns of Lancashire to the picturesque villages of both Cheshire and the Lancashire coast, every city town urban community and village is eligible to enter. We also look for entries from tourist attractions, hotels, pubs and shopping centres. The aim of the competition is to encourage the improvement of our surroundings through the imaginative use of trees, shrubs, flowers and landscaping. It also aims to achieve a litter free and sustainable environment.
This links directly to the RHS three key themes which are: Horticultural excellence, Community involvement and Environmental friendliness