Garden Competition 2019: Entries open

News Date: 
Friday, May 10, 2019

Calling all NPH tenants, leaseholders and gardeners! It’s time to start planning your entry into Northampton Partnership Homes Garden Competition.

Entries are now open until 14th June for gardens and well-tended spaces across NPH homes in this year's garden competition.

Over the past two years, the annual garden competition has attracted the best gardens in Northampton’s Council housing.

Nicky McKenzie who is Assistant Director of Housing said:

“We really appreciate what our residents do in caring for their home and garden each year. The competition is a great way for residents to show off their hard work in the garden and meet likeminded residents of the gardening community. We encourage all levels of gardener to get involved – from novices to more experienced gardeners. It’s a community competition after all.”

The competition is free to enter if you are a resident of Northampton Partnership Homes. Residents from flat blocks can also enter their communal garden, window display or indoor plants.

You must be an NPH tenant, leaseholder or living in the same household to enter the garden competition.

You can enter your garden, veg patch, pots or communal space online at or phone 01604 837836 to register your garden this summer.

This year’s judges are Nicholas Warliker, a former Head Gardener of the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester with over 40 years show garden judging experience, and Volunteers Manager Sarah Passam of Voluntary Impact.