JUDGES of Britain in Bloom will be in Durham tomorrow to have a look at the city’s floral displays.

Starting at the Town Hall, the judges will visit locations including Wharton Park, the University Botanic Garden, Durham Cathedral and Palace Green, St. Cuthbert’s Hospice, St Margaret’s Allotments and Oswald Court.

They will also take in floral displays on roundabouts and in the Market Place, and meet residents and community groups who have helped with this year’s displays.

Oliver Sherratt, from Durham County Council, said: “We are extremely delighted to again welcome national Britain in Bloom judges to Durham to showcase how our community has worked together to make our city a more attractive place to live, work and visit.”

Durham has supported the RHS’ In-Bloom competitions for 39 years, winning Northumbria in Bloom’s Best Large Town/Small City trophy on sixteen occasions and winning national golds in Britain in Bloom three times, most recently in the Champion of Champions category in 2016.