RHS award for Sue Poole

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At the RHS show at Tatton Park Audlem floral designer Sue Poole has again won a prestigious award. Following gold medals in both 2004 and 2005, Sue has won a silver medal in the Flower Arranging and Floristry category this year.

Along with fellow Reaseheath lecturers June Shallcross and Ruth Clarke and technician/lecturer Sarah Parker she put together a stunning display entitled "Red Hot and Stylish". It involved the use of such unlikely materials as bricks, breeze blocks, drainpipes and guttering along with a rich variety flowers all following the red theme plus some lime green plants. All these items were combined under their expert hands to produce a display which wowed the judges.

Well done Sue! If you want to know more about her flower business which she runs from home visit her web site: The Flower Company (The website link that was here no longer works)

 

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