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ENTER THE FLOWER AND PRODUCE SHOW AT VILLAGE FETE, JULY 9

ENTER THE FLOWER AND PRODUCE SHOW AT VILLAGE FETE, JULY 9

You’ve heard of the gnomes of Zurich? How about designing a gnome for Brightwell-cum-Sotwell? That’s the challenge offered in this year’s Flower and Produce Show – the only limit being your imagination. The results will be judged by popular vote.

Other ideas for the show – which will be held as part of the Village Fete on July 9th – include an upcycled craft item. Upcycling - also known as ‘creative re-use’ – involves taking something that would otherwise be thrown away and transforming it into something special. It has a long and honourable tradition in Produce Show schedules in the form of junk models – and we’re hoping to take it to new levels. We haven’t set a size limit for upcycling projects, but obviously it has to be something that wouldn’t crowd out everything else in the tent!

Crafty things apart, there are the usual range of classes for vegetables, flowers, flower arranging, photography and home cooking. Juniors up to the age of 16 have the chance of competing for the Joan Sheard trophy, given for the best junior entry in an adult class – and 12-year olds and under also have their own dedicated classes.

As ever, schedules are available in The Villager, at the Red Lion and in the Village Stores. You can also download the schedule and entry form here. pwpcontrol.php?pwpID=5515 If there’s anything you’re not sure about, phone the show chairman, Paul Chilton, on 01491 836661.

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