‘Business in Bloom Week’ in Chipping Sodbury: 20-27 May 2013

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Sodbury Chamber of Commerce today announced their support of the Sodbury in Bloom Competition by launching a ‘Business in Bloom’ week towards the end of May this year.

‘Our approach to businesses in Sodbury has had very positive response and by supporting SIB in this way we hope to strengthen the town’s chances of winning further accolades and to promote community cohesion’, commented Chamber of Commerce Chair, Mark Lloyd.

The competition is to find the best-dressed business/window using the colour theme for Sodbury in Bloom of mauve, orange, gold and yellow.

The Chamber has offered a prize to one winner of £150, to be donated to the winners’ charity of choice.

The competition takes place between the 20th and 27 May 2013.

Businesses entered:

Bank Chambers Natural Health and Chiropractic Clinic
Country Property
Farrago Fashions
Future Brides
Hobbs House
ice and easy
Innovations Hair Studio
Lucy Butler Flowers
Penny Farthing Gift Shop
The Card Boutique
The Health Shop
The Sodbury Florist
Tourist Information Centre
Total Look

Source: Sodbury Chamber of Commerce

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