Open to schools, community groups, towns and parish councils and allotment associations
Entries must provide:
- A photo diary of the development of the garden from construction to harvest – ideally two photographs a month
- Story blog or project diary – detailing who was involved (including age range), success and failures, highs and lows and any challenges
Gardens will be marked out of ten against the following criteria:
- Authenticity to First World War victory gardens.
- Attractiveness and presentation
- Intergenerational community involvement.
- Creativity and special features
- Variety of vegetables grown
- Sustainability plan
Victory Gardens will be judged during early autumn and the gardens with the highest scores will win prizes of between £150 and £300 – for new gardening tools or seeds – to support the going on development of the garden..
All participants will be invited to a Harvest party in autumn.
Register your expression of interest: email@example.com