Good afternoon, and a very warm welcome to Cranleigh Arts Centre for the 2018 Cranleigh in Bloom Prize Giving Tea Party. I’m Martin Bamford, chairman of Cranleigh in Bloom. Thank you all for coming along this afternoon. It’s great to see so many people who care passionately about our village, all coming together to celebrate […]
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Cranleigh in Bloom are delighted to win Gold at the South & South East in Bloom Awards 2018. Here’s an extract from the feedback sheet: The judges were immediately impressed when first driving down the village High Street. The impression was one of colour and tidiness. It is obvious that the whole community have developed […]
Cranleigh Rocks, a group started earlier this year by Cranleigh in Bloom, hosted a Bug Line at Cranleigh Library on Saturday. 320 insect and flower themed painted pebbles were placed in a long line during the day, which saw a large number of people taking part to share and enjoy their creations. Cranleigh Library also […]
Cranleigh in Bloom looks forward to welcoming judges from the South & South East in Bloom Awards next week. The judges will be visiting Cranleigh from 10am on Tuesday 3rd July 2018. After a short welcome and presentation at the Cranleigh Parish Council offices, the committee will be taking them on a walking tour of […]
Cranleigh in Bloom was pleased to exhibit at the Cranleigh Community Showcase on Saturday 28th April 2018. This annual event, organised by Cranleigh Parish Council, is a wonderful opportunity to meet members of the local community and other voluntary groups. As well as displaying photographs from our recent projects, we gave out copies of our […]
With the Cranleigh Community Showcase coming up on Saturday, we’ve put together a four-page newsletter with an update on the latest activities from the Cranleigh in Bloom project: Cranleigh-in-Bloom-newsletter-April-2018 Please do come along to the Village Hall between 10am and midday on Saturday 28th April to say hello, learn more about the work of Cranleigh […]
Cranleigh in Bloom is pleased to support the Waverley Borough Council Countryside Rangers during their winter programme on Cranleigh Common. Our volunteers assisted this morning with the creation of habitat log piles with wildflower blocks around the Eastern pond. This is designed to improve the habitat for amphibians. There was also some coppicing around the […]