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Wolvey Awards
Rugby in Bloom 2018

The Rugby in Bloom campaign
is run by Rugby Borough Council

Rugby in Bloom 2018 was organised by Rugby Borough Council, with support from a host of community organisations, volunteers, businesses and schools.

THE centenary of the end of the First World War has inspired this year’s theme for Rugby in Bloom. The Great War ended on November 11, 1918 and the council’s annual gardening contest commemorates the centenary by encouraging residents, schools and businesses to mark the milestone with a floral tribute.



In 2018 WOLVEY Village won SIX Rugby in Bloom Awards:-
Gold - Wolvey Village Square - in the Community Awards Category

Gold
- Wolvey Environmental Group - Environmental Award Category
S
ilver Gilt - Wolvey Baptist Chapel - in the Community Awards Category
1st
and Overall Winner - Wolvey Surgery - in the Shops & Offices Category

Plus two Special Awards - Nominees in the 'World War 1 Theme Awards' Category
 Wolvey Village Centre.
 Wolvey Surgery, The Square, Wolvey.



Photos (as marked) by kind permission of:
Pete Hopkins Wolvey Website Admin
and Fiona James Rugby Borough Council
Scanned Images (Certificates) by Pete Hopkins


RUGBY IN BLOOM
WOLVEY AWARDS 2
018 CEREMONY
WEDNESDAY 19th SEPTEMBER
BENN HALL RUGBY


Photo by Pete Hopkins

A warm welcome from Master of Ceremonies Chris Worman MBE
Rugby's Grounds & Parks Officer.

 Photo by Pete Hopkins

A packed Benn Hall at the Rugby in Bloom Awards Ceremony.
Photo by Pete Hopkins

Guest Speaker Scot Ballard,
Green Space Officer, Rugby Borough Coumcil

Photo by Pete Hopkins


All Awards were Presented by Mayor of Rugby
Councillor Mrs Tom Mahoney

Photo supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council
Mayor of Rugby Councillor Mrs Tom Mahoney
Addresses the Audience

Photo supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council

Image supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council
Wolvey Environmental Group Members - Ted, Ruth, Pat, and Chris
receiving the Gold award certificate for Wolvey Wetland Reserve
on behalf of Wolvey Environmental Group
from Mayor of Rugby Councillor Tom Mahoney.
Photo
supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council


Image supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council
Wolvey Environmental Group Members - Ruth, Linda, Pat, and Mary
receiving the Gold award certificate for Wolvey Village Square
on behalf of Wolvey Environmental Group
from Mayor of Rugby Councillor Mrs Tom Mahoney.
Photo supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council


Image supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council
Wolvey Baptist Chapel member Linda Lakin and WEG Member Ruth Buswell
receiving the Silver Gilt Award for Wolvey Baptist Chapel on behalf of the Chapel
from Mayor of Rugby Councillor Mrs Tom Mahoney.
Photo supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council


Image supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council
Wendy Shaw receiving the First Prize Award Certificate and the
Overall Winner's Shield on behalf of Wolvey Surgery
from Mayor of Rugby Councillor Mrs Tom Mahoney.
Photo supplied by Fiona James Rugby Borough Council


THE centenary of the end of the First World War has inspired this year’s theme for Rugby in Bloom. The Great War ended on November 11, 1918 and the council’s annual gardening contest commemorates the centenary by encouraging residents, schools and businesses to mark the milestone with a floral tribute.

Wolvey were also awarded with two extra certificates:
as Nominees in the Special Awards - 'World War 1 Theme Awards' Category

 Wolvey Village Centre.
 Wolvey Surgery, The Square, Wolvey
Photo by Pete Hopkins
Image created by Pete Hopkins.
Wolvey Environmental Group members Linda. Ruth, Pat and Mary
receiving the World War 1 Themed Nominee certificate
on behalf of Wolvey Environmental Group
from Mayor of Rugby Councillor Tom Mahoney.
Photo taken and enhanced by Pete Hopkins.


Photo by Pete Hopkins
Image created by Pete Hopkins.

Wendy Shaw receiving the World War 1 Themed Nominee certificate
on behalf of Wolvey Surgery from

Mayor of Rugby Councillor Mrs Tom Mahoney.
Photo taken and enhanced by Pete Hopkins.


For a Fuller List of Winners (PDF)
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