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Search Aspect ( Flowers For Leeds Competition )
Location - Leeds & District

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Championship Garden at Seacroft estate (Seacroft) (3 comments)
Black & White image1951. Image shows the Championship Garden at Seacroft Estate, entered into the annual Flowers for Leeds Competition. A cameraman is filming from a platform on board a truck to record the winning garden. Several residents can be seen watching the action, bottom right-hand corner.
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Flowers for Leeds Competiion, 22 Grovehall Avenue (Beeston)
Black & White image1951. Image shows a small garden at number 22 Grovehall Avenue belonging to Mr. Alex E. Mulley who made 'full use of every square foot' with his colourful planting scheme. His garden was entered into the annual Flowers for Leeds Competition.
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Flowers for Leeds Competition presentation of first prize in Class 17 of the Municipal Estates Section (Hunslet)
Black & White image1951. Image shows the Chairman of the Flowers for Leeds Competition, 1951, Mr. Robert Barr, presenting 1st prize to the winner of Class 17 of the Municipal Estates section, Mr. H.S. Newborn. This class was open to people who lived on the pre-fab housing estates that were built after the war on slum-cleared sites. Mr. Newborn was awarded a special certificate and £3 for his garden at number 1 Whitfield Street, Low Road. Mr. G.H. Blane, of 21 St. Mark's Street, Woodhouse, was awarded a 2nd prize. The Yorkshire Evening Post met the costs of the admin and organisation for the competition and funded the certificate and prize money to the value of £125.
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Flowers for Leeds Competition presentation of the Charles Tetley Cup (Bramley)
Black & White image1951. Mr. & Mrs. J. Sheldon receive the Charles Tetley Cup from Mr. Robert Barr, Chairman of the Flowers For Leeds Competition. The prize was awarded for the best non-Corporation Garden in the 1951 competition and the winning garden was located at number 183 Stanningley Road.
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Flowers for Leeds Competition, 136 Alwoodley Lane (Alwoodley)
Black & White image1951. Image shows the 'fine turf and carefully trimmed borders' which featured in a winning garden entered into the annual Flowers For Leeds Competition. The garden won the 'best non-municipal garden' section of the competition and was situated at number 136 Alwoodley Lane.
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