Competition Week 2015 : Results

The Liphook in Bloom Team would like to say a really big thank you to everyone for their enthusiastic support during Liphook in Bloom Competition week and for all the goodwill that sustains us in keeping “Liphook Blooming” throughout the year. A special mention must go to our wonderful judges who come from outside of Liphook, who have had a really tough time with the record number of entries and many beautiful (both big and small) gardens to judge.

Best Residential Front Garden   :   Sponsored by Bramshott and Liphook Preservation Society

Judged by Charlie Kemp and Carole Mansell

First : Lee Mackenzie, Manor Fields

Second : Tom Rowe, Admers Crescent

Third : No publicity requested

Best Residential Back Garden  :  Sponsored by TPM

Judged by Charlie Kemp and Carole Mansell

First :  Peter & Dianne Renouf, Portsmouth Road

Second : Gordon & Sally Clarke, Limes Close, Bramshott

Third : Maureen Nolan, Huron Drive

Best Residential Container / Hanging Basket  :  Sponsored by Liphook Floral Decoration Society

Judged by Charlie Kemp and Carole Mansell

First :  Ian Barrett, The Avenue

Second : Lee Mackenzie, Manor Fields

Third : Bob & Anne Hall, Manor Fields

Most Unusual Container/Display  :  Sponsored by Mrs Audrey Conroy

Judged by Charlie Kemp and Carole Mansell

First :  Lynne Williamson, Longmoor Road

Second : Lee Mackenzie, Manor Fields

Third : Hazel Simmons, Admers Crescent

Best Residential Community Involvement  :  Sponsored by Liphook Community Magazine

Judged by Mr & Mrs Barnard

First :  Shipley Court, Midhurst Road

Second : Fletchers Field, Midhurst Road

Third : Hanover Court, Tower Road

Best Floral Decoration – Retail Frontage/ Commercial Properties  :  Sponsored by Liphook Travel

Judged by Mr & Mrs Barnard

First :  General Wine Store, Station Road

Second : Liphook Day Centre, Midhurst Road

Third : Hiscock’s, Midhurst Road

Best Floral Decoration – Public Houses and Clubs  :  Sponsored by AMK

Judged by Mr & Mrs Barnard

First :  The Links, Portsmouth Road

Second : The Black Fox, Portsmouth Road

Third : Liphook Bowls Club, Recreation Ground


Best School Grounds  :  Sponsored by Brian and Jenny Goodwin

Judged by Mr & Mrs Barnard

First : Little Cherubs Nursery School

Second : Liphook Junior School

Third : Liphook Infant School

Childrens Competition – Best Planted Garden in a Container  :  Sponsored by Andy House Body Repairs and The Anchor Garage

Judged by Mr & Mrs Darren Faulkner of  The Anchor Garage

First :  Scarlet Shackleton (who receives a prize of a family ticket for a Theme Park)

Best Shop Window  :  Sponsored by Ann and James Silver

Judged by Clive & Debbie Essex

To be announced at Liphook in Bloom’s presentation evening in the Millennium Centre on September 29, 2015, as well as :-

– The Best of The Best Winner

– the Best Newcomer or Best Sustained Effort

(Will it be you? Come along and find out!)