A brief history of Hutton Cranswick in Bloom’s entry in Yorkshire in Bloom
1995 – first year of entry.
1998 – joint winners with Little Weighton of the Brenda Fussey Memorial Trophy for the most improved East Yorkshire village.
1999 – Hutton Cranswick is selected to be East Yorkshire’s entry in the Large Village section of Britain in Bloom; winners of the special War Memorial floral display.
2000 – awarded five trophies at the ceremony in York: Large Village Section winner; best overall spring display; best overall summer displays; War Memorial floral display winner; the most improved East Yorkshire village.
2001 – Hutton Cranswick gained third place in Yorkshire in Bloom; a sun clock is constructed on the old school site on the village green to celebrate 150th anniversary of the school and the new millennium.
2002 – Hutton Cranswick gained fourth place in the Large Village section of Yorkshire in Bloom. The number of entries in this section increases year on year.
2003 – Certificate of Merit awarded to Hutton Cranswick and third place given to Pinfold Close (Ben Bailey New Housing Award).
2004 – Hutton Cranswick in Bloom initiates a partnership with the train operating company (initially Arriva, now Northern Rail) for the refurbishment of Hutton Cranswick Station; the village gained fourth place in Yorkshire in Bloom.
2005 – fifth place overall in Yorkshire in Bloom but St Peter’s Church in Hutton won the Yorkshire Rose Award for the best maintained churchyard in Yorkshire.
2006 – Hutton Cranswick entered the Calor Village of the Year and won the regional section of the competition; the village was awarded Silver Gilt in the Yorkshire in Bloom campaign.
2007 – Silver Gilt again!
2008 – Hutton Cranswick Station Garden was placed second in the Best Station Garden section of the National Community Rail Awards; Silver Gilt award from Yorkshire in Bloom.
2009 – Gold Rose Award from Yorkshire in Bloom; finalists in the Best Station Garden National Community Rail Awards.
2010 – The In Bloom group unveils its logo for a new look in the new year. New stationery, badges and t-shirts displaying the new logo are produced. A Silver Gilt Rose award is gained from Yorkshire in Bloom. The station garden is shortlisted in the Best Station Garden category of the National Community Rail Awards.
2011 – Gold Rose Award from Yorkshire in Bloom and Best in Category! This is followed by an invitation to go forward into Britain in Bloom 2012.
2012 - Silver Gilt Award from Britain in Bloom.
2013 – Gold Rose Award from Yorkshire in Bloom.
2014 – Gold Rose Award; Certificates of Achievement for Tour de France & WWI Displays.
2015 – Gold Rose Award & Joint Category Winner with Barwick in Elmet (Britain in Bloom Finalists 2016).
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