Sites in Bloom Awards

2016 winners - Scarborough West Ayton and Garlieston Club Sites

In 2016, with cascading oranges, lilacs and pinks that welcomed guests with a dazzling array of colours, Scarborough West Ayton Club Site received the highest commendation under the multi-couples category, creating a wonderful display of florals.

Garlieston Club Site also won big in the single couple category with judges commenting on the well-kept, peaceful gardens. For those inspired by the superb display, they can venture to Galloway House to see the famed azaleas and rhododendrons.

2015 winner - Tewkesbury Abbey Club Site

In 2015 Tewkesbury Abbey Club Site was named the Caravan and Motorhome Club’s ‘Site in Bloom’ winnerThe Gloucestershire-based site adorned its reception with bright blooms, carefully chosen to mirror the colours of summer – lilac and purple with accents of yellow. The stunning display was carefully cultivated by site staff Mike and Ros Mears. 

The runner up was Morn Hill Club Site, whose pretty collection of flower pots and proud sunflowers wowed the judges.

Malvern Hills Club Site's bold red and orange hanging baskets were also a fantastic site, and took third place.

2014 winner - Chester Fairoaks Club Site

In 2014 Chester Fairoaks Club Site in Cheshire scooped the top award for being the prettiest of the bunch! Their gorgeous displays of bright florals that made the reception look like 'a country cottage garden' according to the judges. There were traditional rose bushes, ornamental grasses and pretty pansies on display.

The 2014 runner-up was Buxton Club site in Derbyshire with their brightly co-ordinated yellow and lime green baskets. Blackshaw Moor Club Sitein Staffordshire and Tewkesbury Abbey Club Site in Gloucestershire both shared third place for their adorned reception areas.