Every summer, the council holds a competition for its tenants to recognise well-kept gardens throughout Angus.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the council Garden Awards?
Angus Council runs the Annual Council House Garden Awards with prizes being presented for the best gardens in each housing area (Arbroath, Carnoustie & Monifieth, Brechin & Montrose and Forfar & Kirriemuir). A prize-giving ceremony, hosted by the Convener of Communities, is held towards the end of the summer for all nominations with winners being announced on the day.
What are the prizes?
There are three prizes within each housing area which includes a certificate and a gardening voucher for each winner - the first and second prize winners also receive a trophy which they keep until the following year's competition. In addition, there is a prize for the best garden throughout Angus (overall winner) and the Provost's Special Award is presented to the tenant who has maintained their garden to an extremely high standard in exceptional circumstances.
How do I apply for the Competition?
You can self nominate, nominate a friend or neighbour, you Local Community Planning Team and Local Housing Officers nominate gardens to be judged in the competition. You can apply or nominate by speaking to a member of staff in your local ACCESS Officeby contacting ACCESSLine on 08452 777 778 or your Local Community Planning with the details.
Angus Council staff from the Parks Maintenance Service within the Communities department, judge the competition in July.
Who do I contact for further information?
Telephone your local ACCESS Office on 08452 777 778.
Service Page: gardencompetition.htm
Service Details Last Reviewed : 27 December 2013