Incorporation of Gardeners of Glasgow

Incorporation of Gardeners of Glasgow

  Best Individual Garden   Best Community or communal gardens   Young Gardener of the year under 16 years of age  
  While stuck at home during the Covid crisis, many people have been getting ‘stuck in’, digging their way to brighter days by transforming gardens and other outdoor spaces.

If you are one of those people, or you know someone who is, then the Incorporation of Gardeners of Glasgow (one of 14 historic charities or ‘crafts’ that make up the Trades House of Glasgow) wants to hear from you. The Craft has relaunched its LGF (Let Glasgow Flourish) Awards, normally open to commercial premises, in order to recognise those gardeners within the city and beyond who have used Lockdown to brighten their own lives and those of others with flowers and plants.
    Nominated gardens can be your own, a neighbour’s, an allotment or a community space. They can be any size or style. What’s important is that they have flourished in the last year.

The Craft also wants to hear about under-16s who have been bitten by the gardening bug and who have been using their time to sow and grow.

How to enter
To enter send a minimum of 5 photographs of your garden or the garden nominated, plus a short description of how the garden evolved or was developed

Closing date for entries is Friday 6th August 2021.

Winners will be announced w/c 16th August 2021.
How to enter
Prizes of £250-00 of gardening vouchers will be awarded
to each individual winner in each category.
If you have any questions contact Sandy or Agnes on the following e-mail.
contact Sandy or Agnes on the following email
The rules
The rules are fairly simple, the garden has to be developed by individualsor groups of individuals. Professionally landscaped areas are not admissible. Community or communal gardens must show community involvement.
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