Flowers in the City Summer competition 2016

October 11th 2016

Photographs by Michael Warren

The Lady Mayoress, Liveryman Lady Juliet Mountevans, presented trophies to winners of the 2016 Summer Flowers in the City Competition at a special ceremony in October at the Mansion House.

The Master thanked her and the Lord Mayor for the support they give to the Campaign and said: “It is more important than ever that people who live and work in a pressured and often stressful space are able to experience the calming and uplifting presence of flowers and greenery.

“Visitors to the City must be charmed and delighted by the care and importance that we attach to the decoration of its streets, building and offices and I feel sure that we will need to redouble our efforts in the rather uncertain years to come as we strive to keep London at the forefront of the international stage “.

The following trophies were awarded:

Skyline Trophy: Cannon Street Roof Garden EC4R 3SB
Luder Trophy: Portsoken Gardens, Portsoken St. E1 8BN
Dick Balfour Trophy: Grocers’ Hall, Princes St. EC2R 8AD
Best Reception Area: 15, Finsbury Circus EC2M 7EB
Livery Hall Trophy: Drapers’ Hall, Throgmorton Ave. EC2N 2DQ
Master’s Special Award: Inner Temple Garden, Crown Office Row EC4Y 9AY
Edward Wright Award for the Best Floral Street: Temple Avenue EC4Y 0HP
James Miller Trophy: Church Court Garden, Middle Temple Gardens EC4Y 7BL
Best Large Garden: Friary Court, 65 Crutched Friars EC3N 2AE
Best Small Garden: St Ethelburga’s, 78 Bishopsgate EC2N 4AG
Best Enclosed Courtyard: Dunster Court EC3R 7AH
Best Large Display: The Chamberlain EC3N 1NU
Best Medium Display: Lloyds Club 42 Crutched Friars EC3N 2AP
Best Small Display: College Hill EC4R 2RP

The Best Small Display: College Hill EC4R 2RP.
The Best Small Display: College Hill EC4R 2RP.
Cannon Street Roof Garden, winner of the Skyline Trophy.
Cannon Street Roof Garden, winner of the Skyline Trophy.