Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village 2019 – Certificate of Merit!!
Well done Radnage!!!!
The judging has now been completed for 2019 and
Following the support and positive comments received last year Radnage will once again proudly be entering the Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village Competition. There is plenty of time to plan your plants, polish your signs and enjoy nurturing our wonderful village so that it looks its best. The judges will visit the special place we are fortunate enough to call home for judging between June 1st and July 7th. They may be lucky enough to enjoy Garden Sunday. Good luck Radnage!
Certificate of Merit!! The judging has been completed for this year and the results are in with the full Judges Comments having now been received, together with a note of how impressed the judging panel was with our village hence the high score (we scored 88 out of a possible 100) and offering a well done to all concerned. Padbury won with 93 but the judges said the standard was high and the margins tight. Special mention was made of our Church and the wildlife area, playing field, the well used and enjoyed playground, beacon, pub area, war memorial, to mention just a few! Our grateful thanks to everyone who works so hard to cherish our village and make it such a wonderful place to live. We have been awarded a Certificate of Merit to go with the award we received last year.
We offer our congratulations to Padbury who were the winners of this section and also to the runner-up Hedgerley.
Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village 2017 (archive)
Highly Commended!! The judging has been completed and the results are in! We were not successful in winning the Morris Cup this time around but we have much to celebrate and received some very encouraging comments from the judges and scored a very good 84 points out of a possible 100 enabling us to achieve a Highly Commended Certificate of Merit – so very well done Radnage! Thank you to everyone for their contribution in helping to maintain our village and making it a wonderful place in which to live.
Special mention was made of our Churchyard and it’s sensitive rural management, the well equipped and well utilised play area, our notable village Beacon, the village hall and the tidiness of the area, our village pub , bus shelters, allotment gardens, notice boards and war memorial.
We offer our congratulations to Cuddington who were the winners of this section and who also won the Sword of Excellence for best overall winner