It was great to see lots of new entrants to this year’s show – including the Beavers, who produced a splendid selection of vegetable animals, and John Harbuckle, whose perfect peas took the Chilton Cup. Josephine Butterfield won two trophies: the Win Glendenning Salver for her arrangement to welcome a new baby, and the Talbot Cup for the most points in show. Mary Dunn won the Talbot Rose Bowl, and 10-year old Lizzie Bloomfield’s brightly coloured cushion secured her the Joan Sheard cup for the best under-16 entry in an adult class. The 9-12 year old junior trophy was shared by Alexandra and Isabelle Peach, and Milly Homann won the trophy for 5-8 year olds.
Paul Copley won the cup for his immaculately-kept best allotment, which follows in the family tradition set by his late father in law, John Brewerton. Carrie White’s impressive blindfold drawing of a cat won our mystery popular vote competition. You can see her winning image on the village website’s news section, at www.brightwellcumsotwell.co.uk. This experiment of having something people could enter on the day certainly seemed to attract the crowds to the tent – but what should we do next year? As always, we welcome comments and suggestions – to our chairman, Paul Chilton, to me at email@example.com, or to any committee member.
Kevin Harvey, the photography judge, noted a much improved standard of entries this year. Points worth noting for future exhibits were: 1. With groups of 4 photos on a theme all four should be able to stand on its own merit individually; 2. Avoid printing a caption on the actual photo; 3. For amusing photos, the picture should make you laugh even without a caption.
FLOWER AND PRODUCE SHOW RESULTS 2013
The Swan Allotments Cup: Paul Copley
The Chilton Cup for the best exhibit in the fruit and vegetable classes: John Harbuckle
The Win Glendenning Memorial Salver for the best flower arranging exhibit: Josephine Butterfield
The Talbot Rose Bowl for the best rose exhibit: Mary Dunn
The Talbot Cup for the most points in show: Josephine Butterfield
The Joan Sheard cup for the best under-16 entry in an adult class: Lizzie Bloomfield
9–12 year olds: Alexandra and Isabelle Peach
5–8 year olds: Milly Homann
MYSTERY COMPETITION (Blindfold drawing of a cat): Carrie White
Flower Arranging. Judged by Fay Crabbe
1. A miniature flower arrangement.
1st Josephine Butterfield 2nd Janice Chilton 3rd Alexandra Peach
2. An arrangement to welcome a new baby. 1st Josephine Butterfield
3. An arrangement on the 60th anniversary of the coronation theme.
1st Josephine Butterfield 2nd Amelia Butterfield and James Davys
4. A bowl of floating flowers.
1st Paul Chilton 2nd Josephine Butterfield 3rd Amelia Butterfield
5. An arrangement of garden flowers.
1st Sally Dugan 2nd Sophie George 3rd James Davys
6. MEN ONLY An arrangement to include a house or garden tool.
1st John Rodda 2nd James Davys 3rd Tony Debney
Flowers and Vegetables. Judged by Sandra Halstead
7. Top Gardener: A vase of garden flowers, and a box of fruit and/or
vegetables 3–5 varieties. 1st Katherine Hutchinson
8. A Vase of Cottage Garden Favourites - 9 stems, one variety or mixed.
1st Jill Brookes 2nd Mary Dunn 3rd Paul Chilton
9. Most scented flower, single or small bunch of up to 5 stems.
1st Mary Dunn 2nd Sally Dugan 3rd Mary Dunn
10. A rose, Hybrid Tea – 1 stem.
1st Mary Dunn 2nd & 3rd Josephine Butterfield
11. A rose, multi-headed – 1 stem.
1st St Agatha’s Church 2nd Paul Copley 3rd Madeline Sanger
12. Three stems flowering shrub, not rose – one variety or mixed.
1st Charlotte Woods 2nd Susanne Tuffrey 3rd Mary Dunn
13. Potted plant, flowering or foliage. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Helena Varley
14. Dish of soft fruit of one kind.
1st Viv Moll 2nd Rosemary Greasby 3rd Paul Copley
15. 3 sticks of rhubarb.
1st Jill Brooks 2nd Katherine Hutchinson 3rd Paul Copley
16. Box of vegetables – 3 varieties. 1st Rosemary Greasby
17. Box of salad vegetables. 1st Viv Moll 2nd Katherine Hutchinson
18. 3 courgettes. 1st Paul Chilton 2nd Katherine Hutchinson 3rd Paul Copley
19. 6 potatoes. 1st Tony Debney 2nd Paul Chilton 3rd Paul Copley
20. 6 pods broad beans.
1st John Rodda 2nd Katherine Hutchinson 3rd John Sheard
21. 6 pods peas.
1st John Harbuckle 2nd Chris Woodward 3rd Susanne Tuffrey
22. 4 named herbs in jars. 1st Jill Brooks 2nd John Rodda 3rd Helen Connor
23. 4 onions. 1st Tim Daly 2nd John Rodda
24. 6 hen’s eggs. 1st Amelia Butterfield 2nd Isabelle Peach 3rd Viv Moll
Cookery. Judged by Jean Calvin Thomas
25. A jar of chutney. 1st Kirsty Homann 2nd John Rodda 3rd Sue Robson
26 A jar of marmalade.
1st Lizzie Bloomfield 2nd Josephine Butterfield 3rd Janice Chilton
27. A jar of any jam – min. weight 12 oz (350g).
1st Simon Irving 2nd Anna Bartlett 3rd Alison Bloomfield
28. A loaf of bread, brown or white.
1st Rosemary Greasby 2nd Robert Frost 3rd Tim Daly
29. A chocolate fudge cake.
1st Anna Bartlett 2nd Josephine Butterfield 3rd Max Fuller
33. MEN ONLY: 4 flapjacks.
1st Simon Irving 2nd Chris Paynter 3rd Tim Daly
34. LADIES ONLY: 4 fruit scones.
1st Josephine Butterfield 2nd Jill Brooks 3rd Rosemary Greasby
Things in bottles. Judged by Nick Zalinski
30. A bottle of beer or cider.
1st Tim Daly 2nd Guy Peach 3rd John Bloomfield
31. An alcoholic fruit drink.
1st Jason Debney 2nd Kirsty Homann 3rd Andrea Frost
32. A non alcoholic fruit drink.
1st Jason Debney 2nd Paul Chilton 3rd Andrea Frost
Photography, Arts and Crafts. Judged by Kevin Harvey
35. Photograph: ‘The ravages of time’.
1st Eric Dore 2nd Keith Brooks 3rd Josephine Butterfield
36. A set of four photos on any theme.
1st Eric Dore 2nd Amelia Butterfield 3rd Sharon Daly
37. Photograph: ‘Animals around the village’.
1st Oscar Devey-Robson 2nd Amelia Butterfield 3rd Sharon Daly
38. Photograph: ‘Make us smile’.
1st Sophie George 2nd Sue Robson 3rd John Rodda & Paul Chilton
39. Cartoon: My family and/or friends.
1st Alexandra Peach & David Greasby
40. A limerick. 1st Janice Chilton 2nd Alison Debney 3rd Janice Chilton
Handicrafts & Junior. Judged by Andrew & Jenny Reid
41. Any handicraft. 1st & 2nd Cynthia Hurley 3rd Louise Uffindell
Juniors: 9–12 year olds
42. Leaves (named) pasted onto an A4 sheet.
1st Alexandra Peach 2nd Isabelle Peach 3rd Benji Davys
43. An animal or reptile made from fruit and/or veg.
1st Isabelle Peach 2nd Alexandra Peach
44. A decorated hard-boiled egg in an eggcup
1st Alexandra Peach 2nd Isabelle Peach
45. A decorated gingerbread man.
1st Isabelle Peach 2nd Benji Davys
Juniors: 5-8 year olds
46. Leaves (named) pasted onto an A4 sheet. 1st Milly Homann
47. An animal or reptile made from fruit and/or veg.
1st George Drewett 2nd Ryan Jenkins 3rd Daniel Casson
48. A decorated hard-boiled egg in an eggcup.
1st Milly Homann 2nd Lucy Yap
49. A decorated gingerbread man. 1st Brandon Daly
Juniors: Under fives
50. A collage made from leaves. 1st Thomas Debney 2nd Florence Debney
51. A picture made from handprints.
1st Beatrice Arnold 2nd Albert Barringer 3rd Meredith Frost
52. A junk model.
1st Thomas Debney 2nd Harry G [Allsorts] 3rd Maisie Stephenson
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