North Tyneside in Bloom

North Tyneside in Bloom for 2022

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

In the past 2 years, we wanted to ensure that this hard work did not go unnoticed and, despite the pandemic and government restrictions, the competition was able to go ahead virtually, allowing us to continue to celebrate our fantastic gardens and communal areas in North Tyneside.

We are delighted to announce that the competition will be going ahead this year in it's original format, where judging will hopefully be able to take place in person rather than via photographs only.  

The competition is officially open from Tuesday 19th April 2022 and, like last year, you can enter online by following the link below to the application form. Once you have submitted your application, instructions will follow regarding the judging process for this year.

The closing date for entries will be 26th June 2022, with judging to take place after that date.

North Tyneside in Bloom Application Form 2022

If you have any queries about the competition this year or have any difficulty with the application form, please drop us an email to

Thanks again to everybody for helping to make North Tyneside Bloom and contributing to making sure the borough is a great place to live.



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.

Medium garden

Front, side or back gardens between 100 and 250sq metres.

Large garden

Front, side or back gardens over 250sq metres.

Allotment/grow your own (Individual)

For allotment holders and those who grow their own fruit and vegetables at home.

Allotment/grow your own (Group)

For a combined effort from an allotment or Grow your own site.

Community and/or group effort

Any community effort, for example a business, school, place of worship, care or sheltered accommodation grounds or gardens.