Nantwich in Bloom is extremely grateful to all who have helped us in our work during the past year:
Our main sponsor, Nantwich Town Council, for financial, website and administrative support.
Martin & Co (Lettings and Estate Agent), Nantwich Partnership and the Dabber Dames WI for their generous donations in support of our work.
All the local businesses that have supported Nantwich in Bloom through their purchase of hanging baskets and through their creative window displays.
Ansa Environmental Services for their complementary floral displays throughout the town, and their assistance in erecting hanging baskets and for mowing the grass at the community orchard.
Les Halman Nurseries Ltd (our principal plant supplier).
Nantwich Partnership, including Nantwich Civic Society, Nantwich Museum and the Rotary Club of Nantwich.
Doug Butterill and Greenspaces (CIC) for their work at Coed Wen Community Woodland.
The energetic volunteers of Nantwich Litter Group.
Nantwich Museum Craft Group.
Dabber Dames, Women’s Institute group.
Richmond Village and Nantwich Almshouses for hosting judging and award-giving events.
Margaret Thrower and Iain Clarke for judging the Nantwich in Bloom competitions.
Chard Spicer, Lecturer in Horticulture, Reaseheath College, and his students.
Harry Delaney and Anne Harrison, former (retired) Reaseheath College lecturers.
The staff and pupils of six Nantwich primary schools and Elmscot Day Nursery.
Revd Dr Mark Hart, Rector, and the staff of St Mary’s Church.
Our previous hard-working Nantwich in Bloom officers, Tony Percival, Mark Betteley and Sue Hughes, in their respective roles as Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary.
All the members of Nantwich in Bloom – those serving on the committee and all those who have cheerfully participated in our many activities to help ensure Nantwich continues to look its best throughout the year.