Published: Friday, 4th October 2019
Jedburgh have been named the Champion of Champions in the 20th Scottish Borders Floral Gateway awards.
A total of 17 villages and towns were recognised for their work in helping to maintain the region at a ceremony at our Headquarters in Newtown St Boswells.
The full list of winners were:
- Champion of Champions – 1, Jedburgh; 2= Lauder, Ayton and Birgham
- Town – 1, Kelso; 2, Peebles; 3, Eyemouth
- Large Village – 1, Melrose; 2, Coldstream; 3, Chirnside
- Small Village – 1, Coldingham; 2, Greenlaw
- Wee Village – 1, Westruther; 2, Morebattle; 3, Hume
- Welcome Award – Earlston
- Quality of Life Awards – Chirnside, Jedburgh and Lauder
- Border Biodiversity Award – Eyemouth
- Clean and Tidy Award – Clovenfords
Councillor Sandy Aitchison, Executive Member for Neighbourhoods and Locality Services
“Community groups across the Scottish Borders have once again stepped up to keep their local area thriving and we must thank them for their fantastic efforts.
“We have been in discussions with various community groups throughout 2019, including at our first Spring Seminar in March, and know it has been another challenging year with more changes to our services.
“However, we believe by working together we can ensure our area retains its beauty for local people and visitors alike.
“Congratulations to all the winners of a Floral Gateway award.”
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More information on the Neighbourhoods Review is available on our website.