The winners of the first Horley in Bloom photographic competition have been revealed.
The adult winner of the plants and hanging basket category was Catherine Robertson for her ‘Poppies’ photo. Second was Richard Cantwell for his ‘Hanging Basket.
The Key Stage four winner was Adele Spicer with a photo of ‘Bee in Lavender’
The Key Stage winner was Katie Cantwell for ‘Yellow Daisies’
The adult winner of the landscape and street scene category was Richard Cantwell with his photo ‘St Bartholomew’s Church’
Second was Jim Williamson for ‘Summer House’
The key stage one winner was Katie Cantwell with her photo ‘Lilly on the Look Out’
In the allotments competition first place went to Anna and Rudi Buob.
Mrs Humphrey and Derek Poole were joint second.
The Best Newcomer title went to Mr and Mrs Robinson and Mr and Mrs Condon were highly commended Newcomer.
Prizes will be presented at the Horley in Bloom Awards Evening, due to be held at Regent Hall on Friday September 27.
Mike George, Horley in Bloom Chairman, said: “We were delighted to see so much interest in our new photographic completion with entries from all age ranges, and our judges were particularly impressed with the high standard.
“The allotments competition goes from strength to strength. The judges had a difficult choice in both of the categories and congratulate plot holders on the high standard of their plots”
The winners of the Court Lodge in Colour competition have also been revealed
In the houses category Mrs Peggy Clark and Ms Samantha Pizzie were awarded joint first place.
The winners of the ‘flats-communal garden’ section were Simon Smith and Gary Sowter. John Hayes came second and Becky Arndt came third.
In the cottage garden category Jean Wodhams came first and David Constable came second.
Messrs Smith and Sowter came first in the hanging basket category. Second place went to Samantha Pizzie and Becky Arndt was highly recommended.
The winner of ‘best vegetables’ was Messrs Smith and Sowter and the ‘Best Newcomer’ title went to Mrs June Fletcher.