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As we drift away from the long warm days of a fine summer — one in which we in ADAS were pleased to have to be on watering duty in order to keep the blooms alive and well — a great change from last year when we suffered such an awful summer.

Now the chill is in the air and the leaves begin to turn. And I thought that it would be a good idea to see just how fine the hanging baskets and tubs and troughs have been this year — a year in which we, ADAS, achieved a record 4th Britain in Bloom Award in a row.

The judges obviously agreed with the vast majority of residents that this year's display was the best we have had for a few years.

The splendid begonias have provide their worth to the full. And can if left alone , bloom right through to the frosts.

I have been in touch with Muller Properties regarding the empty flower beds to the frontage of Kingbur Place and am pleased to say that ADSAS will take these over — and hopefully plant a display recording the 50th Anniversary of North West in Bloom.

Next year's plans are in an embryonic stage with new ideas being planned by members of the ADAS executive team.

Ralph Warburton
Audlem in Bloom

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