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5 Tips for a compelling entry | Competition Tips

You have already done all the hard work, by creating and maintaining your school or community garden – so entering our competition is the easy bit!   We have put together our 5 top tips to write an inspirational entry and help you get your individual message across. You don’t need to be a confident…

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5 Tips For Better Photos | Competition Tips

Photos are a major part of any competition submission. Whether you are a school/community garden or an ambassador it is essential to get a great set of photos that clearly depict what it is you do!   We have put together our 5 top tips (with examples), for improving your images and getting your message…

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Sandown Castle Community | Their garden story

Since its launch in 2013, the Cultivation Street campaign has expanded to support hundreds of school and community gardening projects across the UK. It is now a thriving hub for gardeners to share stories, top tips and advice as well as access a plethora of free resources to enhance their gardening projects. For this week’s…

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Cultivation Street 2015: Regional front garden winners

Judging the Cultivation Street entries this year was so hard! All our shortlisted entries had fantastic gardens and we were hard pushed to pick the winners. Congratulations to all on this list – you have won £500 of National Gardening Gift Vouchers. Find out more about our Cultivation Street community gardening campaign here! South Bedford…

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Cultivation Street 2015: Special category community winners

Judging the Cultivation Street entries this year was so hard. All our shortlisted entries had fantastic gardens and we were hard pushed to pick the winners. Congratulations to all on this list! Find out more about our Cultivation Street community gardening campaign here! Transformation Street Cyril’s Memorial Garden, Liverpool A group of neighbours has joined…

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2014 Multiplication Street Winners – Hoad Terrace

Twelve neighbours on a terraced road near the Lake District were at a loss as to what to do with their front gardens. Each house had one of twelve long, thin strips of land outside. And then they had an idea – why not join the twelve gardens together? So they did. They now have…

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Cultivation Street 2014 Overall Winner – Annie Street

Residents in Annie Street, Salford did not have front gardens – the space at the front of the houses was occupied by a concrete alleyway. Bit by bit, they started planting up the outside, and have now adopted the entire passage and made it into makeshift front gardens. They have planted fruit trees and shrubs…

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