Gold medal for FCI’s ‘A Trugmaker’s garden’ at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show

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20 May 2015


FCI_LogoFuture Climate Info (FCI) are proud to announce that – ‘A Trugmaker’s Garden’ has won the Gold Medal for best Artisan Garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

Speaking on their win, designer Serena Freemantle has said “It’s not really sunk in yet but it’s the right colour! We are absolutely delighted as it has been a lot of work over the last 12 months but it all seems worthwhile now and a real credit to the whole team. A big thanks to FCI for their support.”

Commenting on the win, Geoff Offen, Managing Director of FCI, said “We’re absolutely thrilled for designers Serena Freemantle and Tina Vallis, and very proud of ‘A Trugmaker’s Garden’. This is the first year exhibiting for the incredibly talented duo and to be awarded Gold is the ultimate recognition for all their hard work”.

A trugmakers garden

For full details on the wonderful ‘A Trugmaker’s Garden’ please click here.

And check out some of the latest coverage on the Gold Medal win at:

BBC News – Sussex Trugmaking Craft Celebrated with Chelsea Gold

The Telegraph – Chelsea Flower Show 2015: The Winners in Full

Express – Chelsea Flower Show 2015: Seven Gold Medal winning show gardens, but Dan Pearson triumphs

BBC South East Today – An interview with ‘A Trugmaker’s Garden’ (at 21.35 minutes)

And be sure to keep on eye on our Twitter account https://twitter.com/Future_Reports for instant updates!



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