Green-Tech comes to the rescue of Britain in Bloom contestant

Green-Tech has come to the rescue of Britain In Bloom contestant Cayton, near Scarborough, with a donation of 80-tonnes of its organic Green-tree Topsoil following a malicious spate of plant poisoning of more than 30 of the village's beautiful blooms.

National RHS Britain in Bloom judging panel chairman Roger Burnett, said: "The tremendous support from Green-Tech has enabled the group to replace all the contaminated soil."

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