Bloom award for Ilfracombe group
HARD working members of Community Resources Devon at Hele Bay in Ilfracombe have scooped the Best of the best ward in the annual South West in Bloom competition. Following their hard work throughout the year for the Ilfracombe in Bloom Committee, the grou
HARD working members of Community Resources Devon at Hele Bay in Ilfracombe have scooped the Best of the best ward in the annual South West in Bloom competition.
Following their hard work throughout the year for the Ilfracombe in Bloom Committee, the group entered the competition's Its Your Neighbourhood awards and won the highest possible accolade of "Outstanding."
The group, which provides meaningful activities for adults with learning difficulties, was up against 248 entrants from across the South West.
It was also awarded the discretionary honour for the bets in the category and received the Gordon Ford Trophy' and a certificate for the best community entry.
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"Well done everyone!" said Paul Williams at Community resources Devon.
The whole group worked hard during the year fostering good community relationships in Ilfracombe and carrying out environmental work throughout the town.
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"Service users, parents, carers and supporters are rightly proud of their achievements. We look forward to building on this for the future."
Find out more about the group at www.communityresourcesdevon.org.uk or call (01271) 855510.