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Orpington in Bloom

Added on: 11th June, 2015 by O1

Orpington in Bloom

Last Updated:
Mon, 5 June 2017

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This summer, Orpington 1st have again funded a programme of planting across the BID area, starting with the installation of 22 flower towers.

These will be followed with additional hanging baskets and bedding. Summer provides a great opportunity to show the town centre looking its best, and with a number of events planned over the next few months, we want to ensure the high street is a pleasant and welcoming environment. So if there is a particular environmental issue near your business, please do get in touch.


Thank you to all those businesses who have recently improved their own shop front or premises. It makes a real impact not only on your business but the high street as a whole and it is great to see so many business owners taking pride in their surroundings and investing further in the town.


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O1st - 24 Oct, 2015 - 10:03AM

Hi Kathy.

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. Glad you appreciated them!

Best wishes,

Orpington 1st.

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Kathy - 24 Oct, 2015 - 08:28AM

The flower cubes, hanging and barrier baskets were wonderful this year. Thank you, we are very grateful. Orpington 1st.

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O1 - 29 Jul, 2015 - 09:46AM

Hello Franju. Thanks for getting in touch, really glad you are enjoying the flowers!

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Franju - 29 Jul, 2015 - 07:13AM

The High Street looks fabulous with the flowers this year. Thank you Orpington 1st for all your efforts. It makes it a much more pleasant shopping experience. Now we need to tackle the pollution, banish the cars and get trolley busses in!

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Franju - 29 Jul, 2015 - 07:07AM

Concrete jungle anyone?

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Helen Pitts - 19 Jun, 2015 - 08:15AM

Good for you! Just what the town needs, a festival to highlight the centre and bring trade to the shops to help keep them open. Flowers definitely help and it's a delight in the summer to come into the High Street to see how cheerful it is. Thanks to all who make this possible.

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