Curry Rivel Make RHS Shortlist

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Britain in Bloom 2019 finalists announced and Curry Rivel are in the running.......
Curry Rivel through the fantastic efforts of CRiB — Curry Rivel in Bloom have made it on to RHS shortlist for Britain in Bloom 2019, to be announced in October 2019.

RHS 2019 Finalists Announced

Volunteers across the UK are gearing up to showcase their communities in the annual RHS UK Finals competition.
This year's top Bloomers hail from all corners of the UK, from the picturesque coastal village of Sark in Jersey, to the urban heart of London, Canary Wharf and the Northern Irish city of Derry. There are 71 entries in the UK Finals competition for 2019, which include seasoned entrants such as Harrogate, in Yorkshire, following a year's rest for the group, and Curry Rivel from Somerset.

More than ever CRiB need the continued help of the Community, Local Businesses and the Parish Council, to carry the flag in these prestigious National Finals.
To find more about CRiB contact cribsomerset@gmail.com or look through previous articles about CRiB.
www.curryrivel.org.uk/crib/curry-rivel-in-bloom.html
RHS link — www.rhs.org.uk/get-involved/community-gardening/news/articles/britain-in-bloom-finalists

Remember in 2018 Curry Rivel won Gold South West in Bloom's awards; plus the Cox Cup for the Best Large Village in the South West, the Michael McGahey Trophy, for 'exceptional community effort' and were joint winners of the Sargent Trophy, shared with Falmouth for "outstanding effort and dedication".

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