The Gregorian Arms has won the Pubs & Businesses Award in the Bermondsey in Bloom annual contest.
Certificates were presented by Cllr Eliza Mann during the Bermondsey & Rotherhithe Community Council meeting at Silverlock Community Hall in Warndon Street.
The other winners are:
Balcony & Window Box: Julio Calderon and Veronica Keech.
Community Garden (flowers): Eyot House, Sun Passage.
Community Garden (edible): Tibetan Buddhist Centre.
Estate Garden: Bromleigh Gardens, St Saviours Estate.
Front Garden: Alan Thompson, St James Road.
The 2014 competition was run by the Salmon Youth Centre.
“I think Salmon done a brilliant job for their first time,” said Cllr Mann. “They did it better than I expected so I am more than happy. My colleagues are very happy – all of them are very pleased with the project and the way Salmon presented it (at the meeting).”
The annual Bermondsey in Bloom competition was launched in 2011.