West Norfolk in Bloom

Red Mount, King's Lynn

Organised by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), Britain in Bloom is the largest horticultural campaign in Europe involving over a thousand communities each year.

It creates lasting improvements to local environments, through the imaginative planting of trees, shrubs, flowers and landscaping, conservation and recycling projects and to sweep away eyesores that blight our streets such as litter, graffiti and vandalism for the benefit of local residents, workers and visitors, now and for future generations to enjoy.


Britain in Bloom


Since 1963 Britain in Bloom has been part of the UK’s cultural and horticultural landscape, impacting an estimated eight million residents in communities throughout the British Isles.


Britain in Bloom is focused around three core pillars:Town Sign, Downham Market

  • Horticultural achievement
  • Environmental responsibility
  • Community participation.  

Linking in with our Green Space Strategy, Britain in Bloom strives to increase the quality of parks, gardens and green spaces and to tackle environmental and social issues for the benefit of villages, towns and cities across the UK.


The RHS believes Britain in Bloom plays a significant part in helping to improve communities for their residents, businesses and visitors.


Britain in Bloom is uniquely positioned to be successful for today and future generations due its integrated focus on the environment and community participation.


Anglia in Bloom


The Victorian seaside town of Hunstanton was the first town in West Norfolk to enter the Anglia in Bloom St Edmunds Wolf, Hunstantoncompetition in 2004. 


Followed by historic King's Lynn in 2006 and Downham Market in 2007. 


Help your community grow


From community clean-ups to conservation projects, bulb planting to major landscaping, West Norfolk in Bloom helps you to make your patch a nicer place to live and visit. 


Get to know your neighbours, do your bit for the environment, brighten up where you live and have a more active and healthier life by getting involved today.


To volunteer email westnorfolkinbloom@west-norfolk.gov.uk


Last updated: 11 November 2015
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