Best Kept Village Competition
The Best Kept Village competition has been running in North and North East Lincolnshire since 1976.
It is organised and run by CPRE Northern Lincolnshire and is open to all small towns and villages within that area.
Judging takes into consideration a number of criteria with the emphasis on community involvement. Entrants are placed in groups according to their population size and those placed first, second and third in each group receive an award. In addition, there are a number of individual categories which are judged separately
- Best kept playground,
- Best kept churchyard,
- Best community planting,
- Best kept war memorial, and new for this year,
- Best public building and
- Most innovative planting scheme.
Small village 1st – Low Burnham 2nd = Amcotts, Elsham
Highly Commended – Appleby, Saxby all Saints
Medium village 1st – Worlaby 2nd – Barnetby-le-Wold 3rd – Wrawby
Highly Commended – Great Coates, South Ferriby
Large Village 1st – Goxhill 2nd – Barrow 3rd = Haxey, Westwoodside
Highly Commended – Belton, Scawby
Small Town 1st – Broughton 2nd – Crowle and Ealand 3rd – Epworth
Highly Commended – Barton-upon-Humber
Best Kept Playground Goxhill
Best Kept Cemetery – Broughton
Best Kept Public Building 1st – Ingleby Arms Amcotts 2nd – Council Offices Winterton
Best Kept War Memorial 1st – Amcotts 2nd – Messingham
Best Community Planting Low Burnham, Worlaby, Goxhill, Broughton
Most Innovative Planting 1st = Low Burnham, Waltham
Best New Entrant Garthorpe and Fockerby
Congratulations to all entrants in 2020 – it was not the easiest year and our villages and small towns rose to the challenge and the standard was as high as ever.
We are always keen to welcome new entrants.
For more information about Best Kept Villages contact: firstname.lastname@example.org