The winners of the Greenfingers of Runnymede competition have been announced at an awards ceremony which took place on Tuesday 9 July at Squires Garden Centre.
Judging for the annual competition took place on Tuesday 2 July, where the panel, including Runnymede's Mayor Cllr Parshotam Sohi, made the tough decision of picking winners for each category.
After the best entries were selected, they were invited to attend a small awards ceremony, where participants were treated to a drink and some canapés to celebrate their hard work.
The winners were presented with vouchers by sponsors of the event, Colin Squires from Squires Garden Centres, and Cllr Sohi.
Cllr Sohi said "I was very impressed with the level of effort and commitment residents had put into their gardens and allotments this year, it was a pleasure to see.
"Gardening is a great hobby to have, with many positive health benefits. Well done to all those involved."
The winners for the categories are as follows:
1st - Curfew Cottage, Laleham Reach
2nd - 11 Brookhurst Road, Addlestone
3rd - 4 Savill Mews, Englefield Green
Communal or Community Garden
1st - Hythe Park Community Orchard, Egham Hythe
2nd - Onslow Mews, Chertsey
3rd - Miller's Court, Egham
1st - 58/78/79/85 Sayes Court Allotments
2nd - Plot 37 Barrsbrook Allotments, Chertsey
3rd - 38/39 Sayes Court Allotments
1st - 1a Beechtree Avenue, Egham
2nd - Plot 1, Wendover Road Allotments
3rd - 1 Prarie Road, Addlestone
1st - Phillip Southcote School, Addlestone Moor
2nd - Holy Family School, Addlestone
3rd - Englefield Green Infant School, Englefield Green
Theme (anniversary year) Special Judges' award (kindly sponsored by Cllr Margaret Harnden and Cllr Linda Gillham)
Winner: St Jude's C of E Primary School, Englefield Green
Wildlife Friendly Special Judges' award (kindly sponsored by Cllr Margaret Harnden and Cllr Linda Gillham)
Winners: Millers Court, Egham, Englefield Green Infant School, Englefield Green and Phillip Southcote School, Addlestone Moor