Transport for Greater Manchester is working with the Royal Horticultural Society on a community project called ‘Bus Stop Boulevard’. The bus shelter garden design competition is open to communities, businesses, designers and groups based in Greater Manchester and is aiming to inspire people to start growing and to celebrate local communities. Barbara is encouraging people from across Worsley and Eccles South to take part in the competition.

The community project is free to enter and the successful designs will be given a bus stop at the show to decorate and transform as part of the ‘Bus Stop Boulevard’ and will receive a £500 grant towards their shelter’s design and creation.

Barbara said:

“The ‘Bus Stop Boulevard’ community project is a great opportunity for local people to work together to develop some really interesting designs that could be produced and put on display for thousands of visitors to see during the nationally renowned RHS Flower Show Tatton Park.

“I hope that community groups, businesses and designers from across Worsley and Eccles South will take part in the project and by doing so help to inspire others to start growing in their communities.

“The competition is free to enter and the successful designs will be given a budget to create their own show garden at the RHS Flower Show Tatton Park, which is taking place on the 19th-23rd July 2017. More information about the competition is available here. To enter complete the application form, which is available here. The deadline for entries is Monday 24th April 2017. I wish everyone taking part the best of luck and I look forward to seeing the successful entries.”

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