Category Archives: Amersham in Bloom

Tulips Throughout Amersham

April 24, 2023

Each day brings more vibrancy to Amersham…look at these beautiful tulips throughout the town, a burst of colour at every turn! The Town Council team and Bloom volunteers planted over 15,000 tulip bulbs around Amersham. All the bulbs are lifted, stored and replanted, bringing more and more colour each year. Huge thanks to the residents […]

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Stage Two Of Hedge Planting At Stanley Hill Cemetery/Willow Wood

March 1, 2023

Another great day at Willow Wood last week, with pupils from Stony Dean School and Dr Challoners Grammar School (DCGS) joining forces for stage two of our hedge planting project. Watch our video about the project on Facebook by clicking here. Thanks again to TCV – The Conservation Volunteers for donating many of the trees […]

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New Native Hedgerow For Stanley Hill Cemetery/Willow Wood

February 24, 2023

Today we were joined by pupils from Woodside Junior School and Stony Dean School to plant the first stage of a new native hedgerow at Stanley Hill Cemetery/Willow Wood. It is hoped that in years to come the hedge will provide navigation for bats and a nesting site for many species of wildlife. Thank you […]

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Britain in Bloom Awards 2022

October 11, 2022

We are delighted to announce that Amersham has been crowned the overall Winner at the 2022 UK Finals of Britain in Bloom. In addition to this amazing accolade, Amersham was also named the winner of the Children and Young People‚Äôs Participation Award and the RHS discretionary Sustainable Gardening Award. RHS Community Gardening A quite remarkable […]

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Amersham In Bloom – Thank You To All Involved!

July 27, 2022

Earlier today, we welcomed RHS Communities judges Richard Budge and Mary Bagley to Amersham. As part of the tour, we visited the jubilee pollinator bed and Met 1 in Amersham-on-the-Hill, Willow Wood, Pondwicks Community Orchard, and finally, the Memorial Gardens, where we completed the tour. To be chosen as one of only 46 UK villages, […]

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Sycamore Corner’s new addition… a stag beetle tower!

July 27, 2022

Did you know that the stag beetle is Britain’s largest terrestrial beetle? Needless to say, we planted some bee friendly pollinators around the tower too.

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Openreach Cabinets Receive A Makeover!

July 8, 2022

This week we began a project to paint over graffitied Openreach cabinets throughout Amersham. Thank you to Michelle Gorman for her beautiful wildflowers, the first of the cabinets, located at the Station Road/London Road junction… what an improvement (and yes, we do have permission).

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The Wildflower Meadow

July 1, 2022

The wildflower meadow at the rear of Stanley Hill Cemetery is looking gorgeous at the moment- a lovely mix of poppies, daisies and cornflowers. Please use the public footpath beside the cemetery to access the meadow.

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New Flowerbeds, Planters & Borders Across The Town

June 23, 2022

Last week we saw a remarkable week of dedication from the ATC staff and volunteers (including the 2nd Amersham Common Beavers). If it wasn’t needed (to keep the sun off) we wound take our hats off to you all. With the majority of the beds, planters and borders planted we can be very satisfied with […]

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The Round Tower

May 31, 2022

In addition to the planting of the now unofficially named Platinum Jubilee pollination bed at Sycamore Corner, we have installed a bug castle! You may recognise it as the Round Tower, the central keep of Windsor Castle. Huge thanks to William Scott for taking up the challenge and using his phenomenal skills to create this […]

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