Green exploits rewarded

PUBLISHED: 13:30 24 October 2011

Weston in Bloom presentation of neighbourhood and South West in Bloom awards. Castle Batch pupils Oliver, Anna, Oliver, Sofia and Jessica with Head teacher Robin Strawbridge, teacher James Dickinson and TA Marie Tripp with their level 5 Neighbourhood award.

Weston in Bloom presentation of neighbourhood and South West in Bloom awards. Castle Batch pupils Oliver, Anna, Oliver, Sofia and Jessica with Head teacher Robin Strawbridge, teacher James Dickinson and TA Marie Tripp with their level 5 Neighbourhood award.

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GREEN-FINGERED exploits across Weston and Worle were rewarded at the Weston in Bloom awards ceremony.

Awards for the most outstanding and improved teams from the area were handed out at the Blakehay Theatre, with Westhaven School scooping the Clem Preece Memorial Cup for outstanding school effort.

The Old Town Quarry was handed a discretionary awards for local heritage, while other bodies ranked as outstanding in the South West it’s your neighbourhood awards were Worle Community Centre, Milton Road Cemetery and Castle Batch Primary School.

Weston in Bloom also celebrated being awarded a silver gilt award at the regional awards in September.

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