SIB 2019 competition results

Swansea in Bloom 2019 winners

The SIB 2019 winners, pictured with Kevin Johns at the award ceremony in Swansea’s YMCA theatre. 


The full results for the 2019 Swansea in Bloom gardening competition are listed below, with a selection of photos from each of the winning gardens. Click on each of the photos to see a larger image in a slideshow.

The full presentation compilied by chairman Paul Chillington, containing all the photographs taken, can be seen in .pdf format here. It is a large file and may take a while to load - please be patient.

Best front garden - Swansea North

Bronze: Patrick McCormack

Silver: Carl James

Gold: David Fleming

Best front garden - Swansea Central

Bronze: June Griffiths

Silver: Alun Stuckey

Gold: Mike Tucker

Best front garden - Swansea South

Joint Bronze: Sean White and Margaret Smith

Sean White

Margaret Smith

Silver: Connie Gambold

Joint Gold: Mark Mead and June Bolch

Mark Mead

June Bolch

Best back garden - Swansea North

Joint Bronze: Andrea Gordon and Andrea Evans

Andrea Gordon

Andrea Evans

Joint Silver: Carl James and Patrick McCormack

C James

P McCormack

Gold:  Stephen Rees

Best back garden - Swansea Central

Gold: Michael Tucker 

Best back garden - Swansea South 

Bronze: Sean White

Silver: June Bolch

Joint Gold
: Mark Mead and Judith MacLaughland

M Mead

Judith MacLaughland

Best care or sheltered accommodation premises

Bronze: Cefn Coed Hospital, Cockett

Silver: Mountbatten Court, Ravenhill

Joint Gold: Laugharne Court, Sketty Park and Coed Lan, Three Crosses

Laugharne Court

Coed Lan Complex

Best community entry

Bronze: Killay Community Council

Silver: St John's Day Centre

Gold: WCADA, Uplands

Best allotment site

Gold: Heol y Gors

Best gardens open to charity

Gold: Mark Mead, Llanmadog

Best small hotel, guest house or B&B

Bronze: Mulberry House, Oldwalls

Silver: The Beachcomber, Oystermouth Road

Gold: Fairyhill, Reynoldston 

Best public house, café or restaurant 

Bronze: The Poundffald, Three Crosses

Silver: The Rake and Riddle, Penclawdd

Gold: The King Arthur, Reynoldston

Best large business or public building

Silver: Oldwalls

Gold: HM Prison, Swansea