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Best Community Growing Site at Rocky Park Best Community Wildlife Garden was Cable Street Allotments Best Community Residential Garden – Lady Mico’s Almshouses esented with their certificates at the Ecology Pavillion in Mile End Park tif Khwaja Best Public House Garden at the Dickens Inn Best Community Garden at Teesdale House Best Community Residential Garden by Andrew Whibley & Gary Howes about this competition is that everyone benefits from the hard work of our talented residents. I am pleased so many residents and organisations took part in the competition and they have all helped to keep the borough looking its best.” Cllr Rania Khan, cabinet member for culture, added: “I would like to thank everyone who took part in the competition for making Tower Hamlets such a green and pleasant place to live, work and visit.” The gardens were judged during the summer by council officers Mohammed Raja, Paul Sammut, Katherine O’Brien and Keith Woodard. WINNERS Best Community Growing Site: Rocky Park Community Garden and Spitalfields City Farm Best Front Garden: Miss J Lazarus and Carolina Kensit Best Community Wildlife Garden: Cable Street Allotments Best Public House Garden: Dickens Inn Best Community Residential Garden & Best Organisation Winners: Lady Mico’s Almshouse Best Patio Container Garden: Latif Khwaja Best Balcony: Tom Gleed Best Residential Wildlife Garden & Best Individual Winners: Gary Howes and Andrew Whibley Best Community Garden: Teesdale Community Garden and Winterton House Garden Best Education Establishment: Mudchute Park and Farm Education Project Gardener of the Year: Patricia Quinn 3 – 9 FEBRUARY 2014 NEWS FROM TOWER HAMLETS COUNCIL AND YOUR COMMUNITY 17


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