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Seaton in Bloom
Wednesday, 29 July 2020 14:03

Work by the Seaton in Bloom Group began in March during lockdown, when a long spell of dry weather meant that the village’s container displays required daily watering to preserve the Spring plants.

In early June, Summer planting took place at the various barrel displays around the village, together with flower beds around Seaton shops, Jackson Street junction & Seaton Library. Plant colours are principally pink, purple & white, which were the favourite plant colour combination of former Seaton in Bloom stalwart Lynne Hardman, who sadly is no longer with us & to whom this year’s displays are dedicated. The Jackson Street bed display depicts a sunset over the Solway designed by Gill Brinicombe, who organised & led the volunteers who assisted with Seaton in Bloom 2020. Watering of displays is being carried out by the Council’s contractors, Tivoli, who have also provided around 50 fantastic hanging baskets this year.

So many people kindly volunteered their services this year that we may not have everyone listed here, but those we have are, in no particular order: Alan Richardson; Sandra Devlin; Hannah & Jake Whitely; Helen Irving; Pamela Southward; Cheryl Hall; Joy Bowmer; Tom & Mike Irving; Wilson Matear; Karen Thompson; Sue Furness; David Jones; Sue Johnston; Lesley Isley & daughter; Jean & Mike Thompson; Councillors Danny Horsley, Mark Jenkinson & family; Joyce & David King & Ken Slone, & last but not least Gill Brinicombe!

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