Work with Guildford in Bloom as a valued sponsor
Schools in Bloom
We are please to announced that Edwin's Garden Centre at Clandon Park are sponsoring the Guildford Schools in Bloom Awards for another year. Edwin's have supported us for many years and host a fantastic awards event (when covid allows!) We are so looking forward to returning with the winning schools in June 2022
We were delighted to welcome Guildford Jazz as a sponsor when they kindly performed at our Awards Night at the Yvonne Arnaud theatre in 2021.
We are so grateful to our fantastic sponsors and supporters who enable us to do what we do. Without them we could not run our annual competition
Here are just a few photos of when our sponsors have been able to join us at the Guildford In Bloom Awards
Premium and Major Sponsors, join category winners and committee members on stage at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre at the end of the 2021 Guildford in Bloom Awards
Formed in 1981, Guildford in Bloom brings together community groups, businesses, schools and residents to promote imaginative ways to make the where we live look it’s best and to promote health & wellbeing, community working and champion Guildford’s natural environment.
Each year we:
Continue to grow the campaign and reach out to community groups, businesses, schools and residents
Encourage and promote health and wellbeing, community partnership working and Guildford’s natural environment.
Run an increasingly popular gardening competition for residents of Guildford Borough, businesses, schools and community groups attracting well over 200 entries each year.
Stage an Awards Ceremony at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre where over 400 people get recognised for making Guildford Borough a lovely place to live, work and visit
Attend various local events to promote Guildford in Bloom and encourage participation.
Use our website and social media platforms to promote the competition, give regular gardening hints and tips, answer queries and engage with the gardening public
Spread the word about saving, protecting and encouraging wildlife, and good horticultural practice, especially peat free compost.