Crediton residents invited to enter their gardens in competition

By Alan Quick   |   Editorial Manager/Photojournalist   |
Saturday 29th May 2021 5:30 am
Margaret Tucker and Derek Shapland in their Crediton garden, which has previously won prizes in the Crediton Town Council Floral Crediton competition. SR 7772 ()

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CREDITON Town Council is, once again, inviting all Crediton residents to enter this year’s Floral Crediton Competition.

Whether you have been gifted with green fingers or just love gardening, this competition is for everyone in the town.

There are six different categories - small formal garden (with or without veg), larger formal garden (with or without veg), small managed natural garden (with emphasis on wildlife), large managed natural garden (with emphasis on wildlife), family garden (to include play/recreation area) and patio or hanging baskets and other outdoor planted containers.

To ensure that you don’t miss the judging on July 8, all completed entry forms must be returned to Crediton Town Council by Friday, June 24. Judging will be completed in accordance with Covid guidelines at the time.

Local gardening expert, Mr Bert Jewell, will carry out the judging along with the Mayor of Crediton, Mrs Liz Brookes-Hocking.

Certificates and trophies can be won by the winners and subject to Covid guidelines, an awards evening will be held in the Autumn.

Entry forms can be downloaded from the Crediton Town Council website: or collected from the Council Offices in North Street.

Alternatively the forms can be collected at Crediton Library, Tucker’s Country Store or Homeleigh Crediton Garden Centre and the offices of the “Crediton Courier”.


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