The annual competition, organised by Louth Town Council, aims to beautify the town by encouraging floral and planting decorations of all kinds so that residents and visitors alike can enjoy the delights Louth has to offer.
Judging took place back in July, with the winners being notified the following month - but the big awards ceremony, presented by the Mayor of Louth Councillor George Horton, took place last Tuesday evening (October 2). There were six classes:.
• Class 1: Shops and business premises
• Class 2: Licensed premises
• Class 3: Private houses (frontage display of tubs, hanging baskets, etc.)
• Class 4: Private houses (gardens visible from the road)
• Class 5: Private houses (gardens visible from the road, senior citizens only)
• Class 6: Private houses (perennial planting visible from the road to encourage sustainability).
Winners were presented with trophies, and runners-up received plaques.
The winners and runners up are pictured on this page, with names in the captions.