Judges tour the blooming marvellous flowers of Fenland for Anglia in Bloom 2014

PUBLISHED: 12:21 09 July 2014 | UPDATED: 14:15 09 July 2014

Anglia in Bloom judging, March. Left: Judge Margeret Albinson, judge Nigel Bloxham, Mark and Nicky from Facet. Picture: Steve Williams.

Anglia in Bloom judging, March. Left: Judge Margeret Albinson, judge Nigel Bloxham, Mark and Nicky from Facet. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Judges from Anglia in Bloom began their tour of the district this week.

Anglia in Bloom judging, March. Mark, Nicky and James From Facet with the flower beds they created with the group. Picture: Steve Williams. Anglia in Bloom judging, March. Mark, Nicky and James From Facet with the flower beds they created with the group. Picture: Steve Williams.

They were checking out the glorious floral displays in public spaces in towns and villages around Fenland for the annual competition.

March was the first town to come under the watchful eye of judges followed by a tour around Chatteris.

Next week Waterlees in Wisbech and Benwick village kick off the week’s tour.

then it is the turn of Wisbech and Whittlesey to be scrutinised for their blooms.

Anglia in Bloom judging, All Saints Academy junior youth project. March. Left: Judge Nigel Bloxham, Judge Margeret Albinson, Harrison, Archie and Ruby. Picture: Steve Williams. Anglia in Bloom judging, All Saints Academy junior youth project. March. Left: Judge Nigel Bloxham, Judge Margeret Albinson, Harrison, Archie and Ruby. Picture: Steve Williams.

Britain in Bloom judges visit Wisbech on July 30.

he awards ceremony will take place on September 9.

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