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Potters getting creative for Boston in Bloom

Potters from the Fydell House ceramics class have been hard at work for this year's Boston in Bloom.

Potters pictured from left, Alex Knowles, Helen Warren, Helen Weighill, Arthur Cowe and instructor John Snowden working on their pottery for Boston in Bloom

The pottery produced by this team will be displayed in the garden of Fydell House and in the alleyway next to the Boston Guildhall. The pots will contain period shrubs and bedding plants.

It will be the second time that Boston has Britain in Bloom.  Last year Boston received the silver award. This year's theme is "edible". Expect to see herbs and vegetables around the town centre.

Britain in Bloom 2013 is the 50th Britain in Bloom and the 11th organised by the Royal Horticultural Society.

To find out more about Boston in Bloom and how you can get involved contact Ian Farmer, Boston Borough Council's partnerships and sustainability manager on (01205) 314225 or email ian.farmer@boston.gov.uk.