Triple triumph for Cotham Hill in Bloom

November 24 2016

The Cotham Hill in Bloom scheme promoted by RCAS has won a gold award for the third time and a joint second placement with St Michaels Hill in the ‘shopping street’ category of the Bristol in Bloom Competition. Westbury-on- Trym won a well deserved first place.

The Cotham Hill in Bloom scheme promoted by RCAS has won a gold award for the third time and a joint second placement with St Michaels Hill in the ‘shopping street’ category of the Bristol in Bloom Competition.  Westbury-on- Trym won a well deserved first place.

Bina Shah said: “Congratulations  to all the traders, community groups and residents who participated and thanks again for your support.  This is the third Gold Award in a row for Cotham Hill in Bloom!  The Brewhouse & Kitchen and The Penny PH both located in Cotham Hill also won awards in the category for Pubs.  We are also grateful to the Bishopston, Cotham & Redland Neighbourhood Partnership which helped with a small grant.”

RCAS was founded in 1973 and currently has membership of approximately 1200 in 700 households. The membership area is broadly bounded by Whiteladies Road, The Downs, Cranbrook Road and Cotham Road.