IN PICTURES: Gardens in spotlight at Keep Albany Beautiful showcase

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Holly, 6, and Janet Ten Seldam.
Camera IconHolly, 6, and Janet Ten Seldam.

The Keep Albany Beautiful Showcase took place earlier this month in the City of Albany civic rooms.

President Lynley Harrison welcomed founder and outgoing president Alice Rule to present prizes.

Oyster Harbour National Lifestyle Village won Best Commercial Garden, Paul and Cheryl Romeo took out Best Private Garden, and Julie and Dennis Friend received the award for Best Water Wise Garden.

Linda Hill and Geoffrey Fairclough.
Camera IconLinda Hill and Geoffrey Fairclough.
Naomi and Sarah McNamara.
Camera IconNaomi and Sarah McNamara.
Weston, 10, Hope, 12, Summer, 14, and Emma, 7.
Camera IconWeston, 10, Hope, 12, Summer, 14, and Emma, 7.
Fran Seymour, Helen Ralph and Tracy Sleeman.
Camera IconFran Seymour, Helen Ralph and Tracy Sleeman.
Helena Stoakley and Jeff Medcalf.
Camera IconHelena Stoakley and Jeff Medcalf.
Macy Dobbe, 9, Suleila Mulder, 11, and Amaya Dobbe, 11.
Camera IconMacy Dobbe, 9, Suleila Mulder, 11, and Amaya Dobbe, 11.
Eve and Angela Rogerson.
Camera IconEve and Angela Rogerson. Credit: Shannon Smith
Mayor Dennis Wellington speaking at the event.
Camera IconMayor Dennis Wellington speaking at the event. Credit: Shannon Smith

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