AMBEROL PHOTO COMPETITION

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

 

OUT AND ABOUT

 

BASKETS AND PLANTERS

 

PLANT PORTRAITS

 

CLOSER TO FLOWERS

 

INSECTS IN THE GARDEN

 

PRESENTATION AND TALKS

 

CONTACT US AT:

terrycbane@gmail.com

 

When Terry first started working for Norwich City Council in September 1976, fibreglass Amberol Up The Pole Baskets were used during the summer months at Norwich Yacht Station. From the 1990's Norwich purchased Barrier and Hanging Baskets and Planters from Amberol using at various locations around the city centre and on highway railings.

 

During the early 2000's Amberol launched a national calendar photographic competition inviting users and the general public to take photos of Amberol products and enter, the winner receiving 1000 worth of products, second 500 and third 250.

 

2008 Winning Photo - Norwich City Hall Balcony Barrier Baskets

2014 Winning Photo - Shrewsbury Castle Up The Pole Baskets

2015 Winning Photo - Tamworth Castle Grounds Up The Pole Baskets

 

Over the years Terry has won 5,000 worth of products and donated to Norwich, Shrewsbury and Swainsthorpe community projects, Terry was proud to be a Amberol judge in 2016.

Amberol Winning Photo 2008

Norwich City Hall Balcony Barrier Baskets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amberol Winning Photo 2015

Tamworth Castle Grounds Amberol Up The Pole Baskets

Stan Sedman shows Terry and Mirelle Bane their

Donated planters Shrewsbury 2013 Photo by Mirelle Bane

 Terry Bane meets Patience Atkinson-Gregory

at the Amberol Factory - Alfreton 2015

Terry Bane admires

 Amberol Up The Pole Baskets

Shrewsbury Castle August 2016

Mirelle Bane and Amberol Up The Pole Baskets

Shrewsbury Castle August 2016

Amberol Up The Pole Baskets

Paignton September 2016

OUT AND ABOUT

During their travels and holidays Terry and Mirelle come across many Amberol baskets, containers, litter bins and other products, photos we have taken of Amberol products and showing plants that have been used to create a display or theme can be seen under community location headings on the left hand side in this section, click each heading to see.

 

We are always interested to see trends and plants being used to create successful floral displays around Britain, noting plants used for future ideas to use in displays we are involved.

 

We particularly study the plants used, types, colours, foliage  and aim to gauge their maintenance, impact, location and most important performance.

 

We hope our photos help show your community what can be achieved and ideas to use.

      Updated 1st May 2017 Copyright Terry and Mirelle Bane 2017 - Web Site Designer Terry Bane terrycbane@gmail.com

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