Sponsors & Sponsoring

Sponsors, Partners & Associations

Since 1967 London in Bloom as enjoyed working with and the support of many organisations and are currently;

The Worshipful Company of Gardeners, first mentioned in City Corporation records in 1345, is a survivor from the medieval craft guilds which exercised control over the practice of their particular crafts and ensured a proper training through the system of apprenticeship.
The Company is a “living” guild and numbers among its members both professionals and amateurs who are actively involved in the craft. All are united by a common bond of horticulture and gardens.

https://www.gardenerscompany.org.uk/

The Metropolitan Public Gardens Association
The MPGA is a long established Charity which over the years has played a vital role in the preservation and improvement of countless gardens, neglected sites and green open spaces across London. We provide modest grants to those who share with us a desire to improve the environment and thus the quality of life for the local community. Our work brings us into contact with a wide variety of groups, including local councils, schools, hospitals, hospices, museums, voluntary organizations and community groups.

http://www.mpga.org.uk/

Amberol was established in 1969 and continues as a family-run company. We pride ourselves on our World Class Products for a Cleaner, Greener Environment. Our range of Self-Watering Planters and hanging baskets are second to none. All our products have been designed to meet customers requirements, often by working in partnership with individual customers to solve a particular need. The range of products has been developed over a number of years. Our rotational moulding expertise has been developed over the last decade giving us total control over our production and quality.
 

The Royal Parks Guild The Royal
Parks Guild is a voluntary partner organisation supporting London’s Royal Parks and the wider Guild family.

Its aim is an important one – championing London’s Royal Parks and those places previously managed by the Royal Parks. It does this by promoting their qualities, including horticultural excellence, cultural heritage and historical significance. Allied to this is the service the Guild offers to its membership through a social network of events, activities and communications.’   The Royal Parks Guild

Sponsors, Partners & Associations