Cartmel In Bloom

 

Community and nature at one’

 

Website designed by Nicole Head, Y10 of the Cartmel Priory Church Of England School 2012

Cartmel In Bloom

Cartmel In Bloom is the name of Cartmel’s entry in the Cumbria and Britain In Bloom competitions and is a non-profit making entity.

 

You can see information on the people behind Cartmel In Bloom in the ‘contact us’ page of this website.

 

Cartmel Caravan Park

Sponsors Cartmel In Bloom!

 

Dave Khan said of his decision to sponsor the campaign for the next two years:

On a personal level, I have been touched by the unpaid time and personal effort of all the volunteers in trying to enhance the physical environment of the village and improve community life.  As a businessman I recognise that beyond the ample natural beauty of the area my customers are looking to spend time in a village that is well maintained, vibrant and inviting.  The Cartmel In Bloom volunteers play an important role in this and I am very happy to support them in their efforts.

Patrons: The Lord Cavendish of Furness DL and

Mr Eric Robson, DL

DISCLAIMER

Excited Sandra and Philip receive Silver for Cartmel in the RHS Britain In Bloom awards in Cleethorpes on Saturday

12th October 2013

Our aim is to encourage and bring about a greater sense of shared pride in Cartmel and its community.

 

Through our Cumbria and Britain In Bloom activities, we hope to strengthen the links between the various groups involved in village life for the benefit of the residents and to enhance the enjoyment of the visitors to Cartmel.

 

Our warmest thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors, friends and supporters without whom there would be no Cartmel In Bloom’ - Tiffany Hunt, Chair

Carmel is a winner!

Awards at both Cumbria In Bloom

And

Britain In Bloom!

 

In Cumbria In Bloom, Cartmel won the trophy for the tidiest village together with the trophy for the Best Sustainable Development for the region.  To add to these awards we also gained a Silver Gilt and Runner - up in the Best Village category.  In the The Young People's Award category, the pupils of the Cartmel Primary School were complimented for the design and construction of three mosaic panels adorning the Cartmel bus shelter and which in the judges opinion created a bit of local history by accurately depicting aspects of rural life of the area

Both the Cartmel Primary and Priory Schools won awards in the Schools Gardening Competition.

 

The new Priory Church Garden, the Town End Meadow borders and the River Eea Walkway & Wildflower Scheme all won awards under the RHS Its Your Neighbourhood scheme.  

 

In Britain In Bloom,  we came away with Silver.

 

The judges commented amongst other:

 

‘Cartmel is a beautiful village in which to live and visit. The Bloom Group here are engaging in environmental and floral projects that make a real difference, brightening up and improving the place for all’.