Haringey in Bloom Competition 2013

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Let's see Hornsey Park in Bloom

In 14 years, we have not had a Haringey in Bloom award is it now time to get together with the neighbours. Suggestions are either one of our Community Gardens or one or more Front Gardens.

There is no award this year for Best Street but we could bring front gardens and community gardening together in one application, where both create one really attractive space.

www.haringey.gov.uk/hib2013

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