North Tyneside in Bloom

'Virtual' North Tyneside in Bloom for 2020

North Tyneside in Bloom invites residents, businesses, schools and community groups to exhibit the dedication and hard work that goes into maintaining their gardens and outdoor areas.

We wanted to ensure that this hard work doesn’t go unnoticed and, despite the ongoing pandemic and social distancing guidelines, the competition will go ahead but in a slightly different fashion to ensure the safety of residents and our team whilst celebrating our fantastic gardens and communal areas in North Tyneside.

This year, the competition will go ahead virtually, where entrants will be asked to submit pictures of their garden or outdoor areas alongside their application – and judges will decide the winners based on these images.

Applications for this year's competition are now closed and judging is set to take place soon.

Categories

This year, North Tyneside in Bloom consist of six categories for you to enter your gardens and out door areas. These are: 

Small garden

Front, side or back gardens under 100sq metres. Photo limit – Up to 3 photographs

Medium garden

Front, side or back gardens between 100 and 250sq metres. Photo Limit – Up to 5 photos

Large garden

Front, side or back gardens over 250sq metres. Photo Limit – Up to 7 photos

Allotment/grow your own (Individual)

For allotment holders and those who grow their own fruit and vegetables at home. Photo Limit – Up to 5 photos

Allotment/grow your own (Group)

For a combined effort from an allotment or Grow your own site. Photo Limit – Up to 7 photos

Community and/or group effort

Any community effort, for example a business, school, place of worship, care or sheltered accommodation grounds or gardens Photo Limit – Up to 7 photos