On Saturday 31st July 2021, our judges went about visiting all the gardens and allotments that had been entered into our competition. 
 
The Mayor of Ripley, Councillor Roland Emmas-Williams, his Consort, Mrs. Sheila Emmas-Williams and independent judge, Caroline Pollard set about travelling around the Ripley Township meeting the people who have put all the hard work into their gardens and allotments. Councillor Emmas-Williams commented that the standard of this years entries was extremely high. 
 
Please see below for the winners of each category. 
 
The winners have been invited to a presentation at Ripley Town Hall on 21st September 2021. 
 
Thank you to Central England Cooperative for sponsoring this event. 

Best Kept Garden 2021 winners: 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1st Place Garden winner: 
Nigel Wooller (Ambergate) 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2nd Place Garden winner:  
Jill Sellars (Nether Heage) 
 
 
 
 
3rd Place Garden winner:  
Ann & Gary Flinn (Ripley) 
 
 
1st prize 
£60.00 Coop Voucher 
 
2nd prize 
£30.00 Coop voucher 
 
3rd prize 
£10.00 Coop voucher 

Best Kept Allotment winners: 

1st Place Allotment winner:  
Ann Caulton-Jones & Brian Caulton  
(Heage Road Allotments) 
 
 
 
 
2nd Place Allotment winner:  
Meadow Road Neighbourhood Watch (Greenhillocks) 
3rd Place Allotment winner:  
Stella Chatburn (Heage Parkside) 
 
1st prize 
£60.00 Coop Voucher 
 
2nd prize 
£30.00 Coop voucher 
 
3rd prize 
£10.00 Coop voucher 

Highly commended Gardens and Allotments 

Highly commended garden:  
Nora Mee (Ripley) 
Highly commended allotment: 
Sharon Martin (Heage Parkside) 
Highly commended garden:  
John Cooper (Heage) 
Highly commended allotment: 
Pat Vayro (Heage Parkside) 
Highly commended allotment: 
Philippa Hardy (Nuttalls Park) 
 
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