The 2013 Lovely Louth Presentation
October 2nd 2013
The King's Head
Mrs C. A. Day
Mrs M. Neal
Mrs C. and Mr J. Taylor
Mrs C. Harrison
Mr G. Priestley and his wife
Mr A. C. and Mrs C. J. Evison
Ms E. A. Stimson
Mr H. Kerman
Many of the winners were the usual suspects. Lakings of Louth, winner of this year's Shops and Business category, also won in 2011 and placed second in 2012. Similarly the Wheatsheaf, The King's Head and the Woolpack Inn were the top three award winners in 2012 as well, although the order was different. In the fourth category, Ken Addison has come first for at least three years in a row (which is as long as I have records to hand).
There is a new category, for perennial planting visible from the road, which was included to encourage sustainability. Since entrants are only allowed to compete in one category, this opens the awards up to new people somewhat.
Class 1: Shops and business premises
Class 2: Licensed premises
Class 3: Private houses - frontage display of tubs, hanging baskets and window boxes
Class 4: Private houses - gardens visible from the road
Class 5: Private houses - gardens visible from the road, senior citizens
Class 6: Private houses - perennial planting visible from the road
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