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Children asked to get creative to celebrate Bushey Rose Garden’s centenary
School children are being invited to get creative in celebration of the Bushey Rose Garden’s centenary.
Hertsmere Borough Council wants youngsters to create a painting, drawing or collage inspired by the historic site to mark the hundredth birthday of the High Street garden.
Environment portfolio holder Councillor Jean Heywood, said: "100 years is a big milestone for the garden which is often described as the jewel in Bushey’s crown.
"We would love children to get creative and show us their designs of this beautiful site."
Children aged between four and 13 can enter through their school.
Entries will be split into four age categories and judged by a selection of representatives from Hertfordshire Garden Trust, the Friends of the Rose Garden and the council.
Individual winners and runners up will be awarded gift vouchers, with the winners' schools also receiving vouchers donated by Hertfordshire Garden Trust.
All Bushey schools have been sent information and the deadline for entries, which should be submitted via schools, is Monday, October 21.
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