Browns & Cliff Farm Caravan Park

W Boyes & Co

Barn Bowling Club

British Gas Engineering

Cayton Village Caravan Park

Cayton Parish Council

Chelston School of Motoring

Dave and Sue Pollard

McCains Foods Ltd

Over 60's Club

Playdale Farm Park

Simon & Val Green

Les Cowton

George Wilson

Sponsors plaques with our logo can be seen at various sites of interest around the village.

Geoff Coates
Irene Hayton
Geoff Coates
Julie Barber
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Leslie Cowton
Bernie Grainger
Charlie Hayes
Liz Hooper
Sheila Johnson
Hazel Keld
Pat Martin
Ron Smith
Ann Green
Mill Wheel


For information on our group please contact
The group was set up in March 2002 initially to remove some of the environmental / gardening responsibilities from the parish council and transfer them to local volunteers with a keen interest.
The response was good and the membership currently stands at sixteen. The group also have other volunteers who help with particular projects. A formal meeting is held monthly and members meet in the parish on a regular basis at other times to carry out the work of planting and maintenance.
Funds need to be raised, by the group, from a number of sources and the annual budget is in excess of £5000.00.
Responsibility for the parish entry into the Britain and Yorkshire In Bloom competitions is handled by the group as is the Best Kept Garden Competition; both previously parish council functions. Cayton residents are enthusiastic about the competitions and the group see them as a benchmark for the progress being made.
The Best Kept Garden Competition is judged in July in two stages, first round judging of all the gardens in the parish is by group members and a short list is prepared with final judging by two independant judges from outside the parish. Trophies are awarded for the best large, medium/small and container gardens also around seventy gold, silver or bronze certificates are presented to runners up. A vegetable plot competition is new for 2010.
Local businesses are keen supporters of "in bloom" initiatives and provide sponsorship, ensure attractive frontages and where appropriate provide facilities for events.
Woodland Owl
From 2002 the group have carried out a number of projects including the creation of shrub / flower beds, planted trees, added extra planters, acquired and sited a floral boat, cart and mill wheel, placed floral baskets on all the main street lamp posts, created a bird garden, created a wildflower meadow and accepted the management of a local wood for conservation.
If you would like information on our group, or would just like to comment on anything please get in touch with:-
Chairman retires
Chairman Les Hutchinson has now retired from the group. We would like to thank him for his many years of service to Cayton In Bloom.
Les Hutchinson, Geoff Coates and Scarborough Mayor John Blackburn with the Silver Gilt and community awards won by Cayton in bloom.
2011 Winners
Large Garden Mr & Mrs G Forcer
Medium/Small Garden Mr & Mrs R Beadnall
Container Garden Mr & Mrs McGregor
Vegetable Competition Mr & Mrs E Blacker
Junior Veg. Comp. Amelia & Annie Bilton
Les remain very active in the village and does volutary work for the church. You will still see him around as he frequently wanders around the village checking on the groups progress and is always on hand to help us with ideas and new initiatives.
2011 - Silver Gilt Winner
2011 - Gold Community Award
2010 - Silver Gilt Winner
2009 - Gold Winner
2008 - Silver Gilt Winner
2007 - Gold Winner
2006 - Silver Gilt Winner
2005 - Gold Winner
RHS Britain In Bloom
Training Partner
Cayton has accepted an invitation to be the partner in 2012.
Britain in Bloom judges and mentors will come to the village in June for 2 days of training.