A tiny village in Pembrokeshire has seen off all the competition from throughout Britain to be crowned winner of the Britain in Bloom Small Village category.
Representatives from Wolfscastle in Bloom travelled to Sunderland for the Royal Horticultural UK Finals Awards Ceremony which was hosted by TV Presenter and gardening expert, James Alexander-Sinclair. More than a thousands groups from across Britain competed for the coveted awards with 70 finalists chosen to represent their region in the finals. Wolfscastle won the honour of representing Wales.
The award for Wolfscastle demonstrates the wonderful community spirit within the village; a spirit which is alive and well throughout West Wales. Head Teacher of the village school, Wendy Raymond, also won the RHS Community Champion Award.
Chairman of the UK Judging Panel Roger Burnett said: “This has been a vintage year for Britain in Bloom with communities across the country coming together to create wonderful floral displays that benefit not just the individuals involved, but their communities and the wider environment.”
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