Now in our 32nd year ...

Welcome to the Wimborne in Bloom website, a record of some of the activities and successes of a group of volunteers drawn from the townsfolk of Wimborne Minster, in their ongoing contribution towards making this market town an attractive place in which to work and live.

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May Spring Coffee morning raises over £500 for 'In Bloom' funds, more....

Mayor draws raffle tickets at coffee morning

February The 30th annual Wine & Wisdom Quiz Night boasts a full house and once again proves to be an enjoyable and entertaining evening, more....

Quiz Night

February The In Bloom volunteers give the grasses bed at the southern end of Willow Walk its annual haircut.

Grasses bed maintenance

December The In Bloom team field a modest float in Wimborne's annual Save The Children parade.

Float Float

November Charities Fair raises over £4,000, more ...

Susie wins first prize

October Information stand on the Minster Green for the Wimborne Green Festival

Susie in Information Stand

September The Wimborne Community Garden scoops GOLD in the regional In Bloom competition, more ...


August Duck Race!

Ducks Winning Duck

This year the first duck to cross the line was owned by Mrs Brenda Hare-Brown, seen here with Wimborne Minster Town Mayor Cllr Diann March and Wimborne in Bloom Chairman Richard Nunn.

This year's race raised nearly £1,600 for in Bloom funds, winners more ...

June Gardens Open day raises over £5,800, more ...

Gardens Open

Highlights ...

2020 Highlights


Wimborne in Bloom is a completely voluntary organisation. We need to raise in excess of £20,000 a year to fund our operation and maintain our high standards. The fund-raising events arranged are listed here. We would be delighted to hear from anyone who would be willing to host an event for us.

Donations are always welcome and can be made directly to our charity using the Just Giving link below.

Almost all of the money raised through our fund-raising events goes towards purchasing the summer and winter flowers and plants to fill the many planters, tubs and towers located throughout the town and then pay for their regular watering throughout the long summer months. Any money left-over goes towards replacement planters, tubs, the costs associated with staging the fund-raising events and our entry into regional/national competitions.

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