The City of Charles Sturt is proud to present the Spring Garden Competition 2016.
It’s that time of year again, where we celebrate our City’s avid and enthusiastic gardeners and the City is buzzing with excitement!
It is wonderful to see the passion that people in our community have in establishing and caring for their beautiful gardens.
Creative and well-tended garden entries are expected from a wide variety of city landscapes including traditional back gardens, courtyards, balconies, river-frontages, corporate green-spaces, community gardens and school yards.
The children’s Colouring Competition was so popular last year, we have decided to continue in 2016. This year, the theme is 'BEES', Please click on the link below to download the drawing, specifically designed with Bees in mind. The colouring competition is open for two age group categories, (2-5 yrs & 6-10 yrs). Two amazing prizes to be won! A copy of the image to be coloured can be downloaded here:
The “Best Street” category is on again this year, so rustle up your neighbours, have a street working bee, tidy up your street and nominate for this category
This is an inclusive event and we strongly encourage entries from young aspiring green thumbs (children) to older green thumbs, individual gardeners, families, community groups, different cultural groups, commercial organisations and small businesses. With nine categories, there is certainly something for everyone.
Please read the Terms and Conditions outlined below then fill out the form and submit no later than Tuesday 6 September 2016.
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Thank you for your entry into the Spring Garden Competition 2016!
All gardens must be located within the City of Charles Sturt
For further enquiries call Alison Burns on 8408 1306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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