Britain in Bloom judges on duty

Judges hit the road to view 56 finalists

Judging for the 2004 Britain in Bloom campaign has begun. Judges are on the road visiting the 59 UK finalists until 16 August. Marks are given for the floral displays and permanent landscaping, in addition to environmental cleanliness, public awareness and sustainable development. Royal Horticultural Society head of shows development Bob Sweet and chairman of Broughshane & District Community Association in Northern Ireland Ian Wilson are judging villages and small towns. London in Bloom chairman Jim Buttress and floral co-ordinator of St Helier, Jersey, Sue Rodrigues are judging large villages. Retired London parks superintendent David Jones and retired Great Yarmouth Borough Council head of community services Terry Whitmill are judging cities. Parks officers Susan Smith and Mark Wasilewski are judging large cities and consultant Peter Holman and retired local government manager Clive Addison are judging towns. Scarborough Borough Council parks manager Roger Burnett and Royal Parks assessor Doug Stacey are judging small villages, small cities and large towns.

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