The Changing face of Bloom

The Changing Face of Bloom Bloom has enjoyed 52 years in London and still remains a powerful tool for positive change. However, the way Bloom is being delivered across the UK is changing. No longer are all local authorities able to organise and manage Bloom and consequently many once proud and successful City entries are

Business Improvement Districts & Town centres

Since London in Bloom started in the 1960’s businesses have been a major contributor in brightening up our High Streets and Town Centres and creating destination hubs and visitor experiences across London.  Business also make contribution to the Boroughs of London who enter London in Bloom and several who go on to represent the Capital in

Londons Parks, Greenspaces & Heritage Parks & Gardens

Public Parks & Gardens and Green Spaces are among the most important places for Londoners and indeed they form part of our heritage. Infinitely variable; large and small, and often intimate places that can be enjoyed on many levels. Perhaps for just sitting and enjoying the scenery, for sport and children’s play, for gardens or

London in Bloom

London in Bloom  celebrates the efforts of London’s Boroughs & Cities, Business Improvement Districts, Towns & Villages, Town Centres, Community Gardening Groups,  Parks & Green Spaces, Businesses and individuals.  Through the annual category based competitions  London in Bloom recognises entries by awarding Bronze, Silver, Silver Gilt & Gold Awards  and other awards at an annual

Allotments & Grow Your Own

London in Bloom is not just about flowers,  and we welcome entries from Allotment sites, either via the local authorities entry into London in Bloom or in their own right.  If you are a member of an allotment society who manages the whole site voluntarily you could enter the RHS Its Your Neighbourhood Scheme administered

What is London in Bloom?

London in Bloom is a campaign and competition where Boroughs, communities, residents, businesses can work together to improve the environment of London to make a greener, cleaner place to live, work and visit. London in Bloom’s annual competition recognises and rewards participants with Certificates & Trophies at its annual award ceremony. To support our entries

London in Bloom 2020

London in Bloom is open for entries. If you wish to enter or learn more about Lonjdon in Bloom.


Please go to  to eitehr register or make an enquiry.



London in Bloom – Getting Involved

Following a record year last year, (347 entries) London in Bloom is looking to improve on that in 2020 London in Bloom has in the past been primarily about London's Boroughs, but not any more we now have opportunities to enter for Villages, Towns, Town Centres, Community Gardening groups, Friends of Parks Groups, Business Landscapes and more. So why not get you community involved it couldn’t be easier to sign up. Either go to or give us a call on 020 8662 1021

London in Bloom All Change

Following Geoff Hyde’s retirement as Chairman for 14 years the baton now passes to two Trustees.

Mark Wasilewski MVO  Park Manager St James’s Park & Peter Holman former Vice-Chair  & CEO will share the responsibilities in the coming year.

We both look forward to another ‘Bloomin’ good year and we look forward to catching up with many of you at seminars, judging and assessment visits and of course at the London in Bloom Awards

Have a great year

Best wishes

London in Bloom


London in Bloom 2020

The London in Bloom Seminar will be at the Ecology Centre, Mile End  Park, Mile End, on the 31st March. Don’t forget to book you place.


The London in Bloom Awards will be at Pembroke Lodge on the 16th September.