The Edible Garden Awards were celebrated on the 16th May at the Canterbury Horticultural Centre. The friendly, low-key event acknowledged the many nominees, all of whom received a certificate recognising their participation and dedication to edible gardening. A special certificate was made to those who received Best in Category.

Edible Garden Awards
Children from Ourahia Model School display their hard earned award
Edible Garden Awards
Chris Mene, Chair of the Shirley/Papanui Community Board presents award to pupils of Glenmoor Primary School at the Edible Garden Award evening

Our congratulations to the following:


Residential House

Dale and Eileen Donaghey       Best in Category
26 Canberra Place, Redwood

Jocelyn Wright and Mark White
75 Flockton Street, Shirley

Jim Pickles
82 Francis Avenue, St Albans

Keam and May Yap
24 Holiday Drive, Mairehau

Bill and Mary Allison
21 Daniels Road, Redwood

Steve and Jenny Slattery
61 Sturrocks Road, Redwood

Marie Stewart
6 Loftus Street, Papanui

Yvonne and Brian Palmer
124 Harewood Road, Papanui

Marjolein and Edmond Chow
34 Trafford Street, Harewood

Residential Unit

James Cumming             Best in Category

William Cochrane           Best in Category
25 Manse Place, Papanui

Patricia Tucker
Unit 5, 271 Bealey Avenue


Ouruhia Model School  Best in Category
21 Turners Road, Marshland

Glenmoor School
96 Philpotts Road, Mairehau

St Albans Catholic School
49 Rutland Street, St Albans

Shirley Boys High School
North Parade, Shirley.

Shirley Intermediate School
Cnr. North Parade and Shirley Road

Aratupa Preschool and Nursery
97 Harewood Road, Harewood


Packe Street Park and Community Garden    Best in Category
557A Barbadoes Street, St Albans

Edgeware Village Green Inc.
26 Lindsay Street, St Albans

Delta Community Gardens

Belfast Community Garden
700 Main North Road, Belfast