The winning entry for the annual design-a-flower-bed competition run at Sewerby Hall and Gardens has been chosen and planted.
This year’s theme was the Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI), based around the fact that, in 2018, the RNLI will have been providing a beach lifeguarding service for ten years on behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Children from all East Riding of Yorkshire schools were invited to submit a design which would then be translated into planting the flower bed located in front of the Orangery.
All East Riding of Yorkshire schools were invited to take part and the winning entry was designed by Nicky Cullen of Year 10 at Riverside Special School in Goole.
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