The annual competition celebrates gardening enthusiasts who help brighten up the borough with their horticultural projects, both in their gardens and in our public spaces.
The winners and runners-up have been presented with certificates, signed by the Mayor of Sutton, Councillor Trish Fivey.
Catherine Charlton, SHP’s Operations Director said:
“We are incredibly proud of our resident’s achievement in what was a very competitive field. We would also like to pay tribute to all the SHP residents that entered the competition and praise them for taking pride in both their homes and communities. We hope even more of our residents take up the challenge next year!”
Prizes were awarded across six different categories: the Best Front Garden, Best Community Garden, Best Business Frontage, Best Allotment Garden, Best School Garden and Best Container Garden.
Each of the winners and runners up received a garden gift voucher from Beeches Tree Care.
The full list of winners can be found on Sutton Council’s website.
If you would like to take part in Sutton in Bloom in 2022, the competition will open for submissions in the spring. SHP and Sutton Council will be promoting the competition via their respective websites and social media feeds.