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Leeds In Bloom

A happy volunteer in Roundhay ParkLeeds in Bloom encourages residents and businesses to work in partnership to decorate their homes or premises with flowers and make Leeds look more attractive.

Leeds in Bloom competitions

Everyone can get involved with competitions. You can enter your own garden or flowerpots, or your work place's window boxes or hanging baskets. You can enter your school, place of worship or housing complex.

School children can also get involved in our regular Design a Flowerbed Competition - the winners get their design created outside the Civic Hall in Leeds City Centre!

For more information about each competition, please go to the Related Pages section.

Details on the 2014 competition winners can be found on the Documents section on this page. 

In Bloom Groups

There are over 50 local In Bloom groups across Leeds. These volunteers take pride in where they live. They enhance the area, raising funds for flower displays, creating and maintaining flower beds and litter picking. To see if there is a local group near you or to establish one in your area, please contact Richard Gill at richard.gill@leeds.gov.uk

Is there a competition I can enter?

​Yes, Leeds In Bloom have a range of competitions. Please see the Related Pages and External Links sections.​

You can obtain full details of our annual photography competition from the Documents tab.

How do I get an entry form?

The entry forms are available on each specific competition webpage.

How will I know if you have received my entry form?

We can not write to everyone confirming their entry has been received, but if you email richard.gill@leeds.gov.uk he will be able to confirm this.

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