The volunteers from Immingham in Bloom are determined to make a difference in their port town. They have been taking part in Britain in Bloom for seven years and have won gold before but this year the Lincolnshire group is upping the ante by taking a huge risk. Chris Bavin finds out how they plan to retain their crown by including the port in their Bloom entry, aiming to brighten this enormous, industrial area with flowers. They are also building a three-metre-high steel ship and crane as part of their display, plus at the local recycling centre there will be an intriguing project they hope will impress the judges. But with only two months until judging day, there is a very long to-do list.
Source: BBC 2