Terry Alsop garden
Terry Alsop's award-winning garden

Here is Hull’s best garden

The winners of this year’s Hull in Bloom competition were announced at a presentation evening last night (Thursday 26 September) in The Guildhall.

Terry Alsop of Waldegrave Avenue, Hull, walked away with the title of Hull in Bloom winner 2019.

Mr Alsop was awarded the title after the judges unanimously voted his garden as the best entry.

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Blooming flower baskets in Terry’s garden

The award was presented by the Deputy Lord Mayor Councillor Lyn Petrini and her consort.

Winners on the night included:

  • Best display by a school – Eastfield Academy
  • Best display by a public house – The Minerva
  • Best display by a community group – Greenfingers Group
  • Best allotment garden – Keith Brown of Clough Road allotments
  • Best display by a commercial organisation – Mrs Linda Philips of West Park Care Home
  • Best contribution to wildlife – Carol Smith of Edinburgh Street
  • Best garden – Terry Alsop of Waldegrave Avenue
  • Best front – Julia Steeley of Endike Lane
  • Best rear garden – Keith Ward of Golden Grove
  • Best garden by a senior citizen – Mrs Barbara Hargrave of Vincent Close
  • Best garden feature – Pam and Howard Garbutt of Laburnum Avenue
  • Best basket – Mrs Doreen Hunt of Chelmer Avenue
  • Best street – Eileen Harland of Newland Avenue
Deputy Lord Mayor and Terry Alsop

Deputy Lord Mayor presents an award to Terry Alsop for his winning garden

Councillor Anita Harrison, portfolio holder for Streetscene, said: “The quality of gardens across Hull is fabulous and it was a tough competition this year.

“I’d like to congratulate all those who entered for their lovely work and dedication into making Hull a more desirable place to be.

“More than 150 applicants entered Hull in Bloom this year and it was wonderful to see the high-calibre of gardening skills that were on display.”

Hull in Bloom is a chance for the city’s green-fingered residents to work together and make a real difference to their own personal green spaces.

Entries came from residents, schools, community groups, pubs and commercial properties.

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