Greene King and Bury in Bloom Certificate of Recognition
The newly introduced Greene King and Bury in Bloom Certificate of Recognition aims to acknowledge the many individuals and groups that carry out activities that help to improve the community or environment in Bury St Edmunds.
Greene King, Bury in Bloom and the Bury Society are keen to recognise these individual feats in the community and is looking for nominations to award the certificate.
David Irvine Co-ordinator of Bury in Bloom said ‘These individual, and often selfless, acts are part of what makes Bury St Edmunds the unique and beautiful community it has become and means that someone has made a very big effort. It makes the rest of us proud to live here and we want to recognise them and encourage others by presenting the award. We intend to place their names and date on a ‘Roll of Honour’ on the Bury in Bloom and The Bury Society web site where it will remain in perpetuity, and we hope they will look back one day and say ‘I did that!’ he said.
The first certificate, presented by Martyn Taylor – Chairman of the Bury Society, was awarded to 7yr old Otis Bligh for his work clearing up litter at the Skate Park at Olding Road, Bury St Edmunds; read more details.
The second certificate was presented on a rainy day to Green Hearts for all their work on the Howard Estate; read more details.
In November, an award was presented to Simon for his ‘Enchanted Garden’ at the Crematorium; read more.
To make nominations please email David Irvine at Coordinator@buryinbloom.org.uk
More Greene King and Bury in Bloom Certificates of Recognition will follow and be recorded on our Roll of Honour.