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  • Writer's pictureLove Ballymena

Randalstown blooming pleased to represent Northern Ireland

Randalstown is set to represent Northern Ireland in the small town category at the upcoming 2022 Britain in Bloom competition, subject to Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) approval.

Randalstown has had major success over the years in a variety of competitions and most recently won the best small town category in the Ulster in Bloom competition.

Britain in Bloom is the UK's longest running gardening competition. It provides a regional and nationwide platform for community groups to brighten up their town or city. It is recognised across the UK as a symbol of excellence in community gardening, strong community spirit and pride of place.

Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Billy Webb said:

“I am delighted that Randalstown will be representing the whole of Northern Ireland in the 2022 Britiain in Bloom competition.

“The success and beauty of Randalstown is due to the hours of voluntary work by the local community and I can’t praise them enough for their efforts. It has been a pleasure to support and encourage them and I wish them every success at the competition.”


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