Lisbane tearooms named Best Kept Commercial Premises
From left, Stuart McLaughlin, The Old Post Office and Mayor of Ards and North Down Trevor Cummings.
The Old Post Office in Lisbane is among category winners in Ards and North Down Borough Council’s inaugural In Bloom Community Competition.
The tearooms, pantry and gift shop was named winner in the Best Kept Commercial Premises category, with runners up named as Hoops Courtyard in Greyabbey, The Cultra Inn in Holywood and The Old Inn in Crawfordsburn.
Other categories recognised included Best Kept Front Garden, Gardening for Wildlife Award and Best Community Planting Scheme, which was won by Portaferry in Bloom.
“Our In Bloom competition encourages everyone in the Borough to think about their local environment and how flowers, plants and gardens can enhance it for people and protect our wildlife,” said Mayor of Ards and North Down, Councillor Trevor Cummings.
“This is a great opportunity to showcase the variety of gardening talent we have and I’ve been really impressed with the quality of entrants. Congratulations must go to the winners as well as everyone who took part.”