Blodeuo Rhuddlan have secured the Wales in Bloom Gold Award for the third year running. The Mayor of Rhuddlan and the Chairman of Blodeuo Rhuddlan, Cllr Gareth Rowlands stated “This is a testament to the thriving community we have in Rhuddlan, working hard and putting in a lot of voluntary hours to secure that third gold”.
Blodeuo Rhuddlan are now waiting to hear the outcome for Britain in Bloom which will be revealed in Belfast on October 19th. This is the first time that Blodeuo Rhuddlan have been nominated to take part in Britain in Bloom. Cllr Gareth Rowlands said that there will be a celebration event on the 23rd of October in Rhuddlan. Whatever the outcome, we will be celebrating the efforts of all the hard working individuals, groups and businesses who have contributed so much”.
The award is presented by Lord Lieutenant Fetherstonhaugh to Nerys Rowlands and Cllr Gareth Rowlands.
Congratulation to Pam Pegram, winner of the Aelwyn Morgan Award. Pam was nominated for the conscientious work she carries out at Rhuddlan nature reserve. Pam visits this site almost daily throughout the year not only for her own enjoyment but also deals with any litter or rubbish and generally monitors the site: and then reports any problems to a member of the Reserve committee which enables them to ensure the area is maintained in good order.
Pam is thoroughly deserving of this award
Saturday 13th October, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. in Rhuddlan Community Centre.