Kidlington blooms studied by the judges

Regional judge Anne Kempson, left, with Kidlington Parish Council open spaces manager Lee Hancox and chair of Kidlington In Bloom committee Carole Pack	                   Picture: OX68623 Damian Halliwell

Regional judge Anne Kempson, left, with Kidlington Parish Council open spaces manager Lee Hancox and chair of Kidlington In Bloom committee Carole Pack Picture: OX68623 Damian Halliwell Buy this photo

First published in News

ORGANISERS of Kidlington’s floral displays are hoping for marvellous results for its entry to Britain in Bloom.

Judges visited last Tuesday for its entry to the town category of the Thames Valley and Chiltern heat.

A regular runner up with the silver gilt award, organisers at Kidlington Parish Council hope to scoop the gold award.

Cherwell District Council and businesses have given financial support and results will be announced in September.

 

 

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2:44pm Wed 23 Jul 14

kidlingtonlass says...

When are the people of Kidlington going to wake up, it is NOT A TOWN it is a VILLAGE.
When are the people of Kidlington going to wake up, it is NOT A TOWN it is a VILLAGE. kidlingtonlass
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