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A colourful display of garden collages, vegetable insects and mini-beasts was a highlight
of this year’s Flower and Produce Show – thanks to imaginative individual entries,
matched by spectacular contributions from Beavers and Allsorts. The flower and
vegetable classes held up well, too, despite difficult growing conditions.

This year saw new awards for allotment holders – with a commendation for the runnerup,
plus prizes for the best first season. We also welcome a new committee member,
Helen Satchell, who – with Natasha Hillier – helped to create artistic order among the
chaos of the junior display. The ‘gnome referendum’ – choosing one of three garden
gnomes by popular vote – was won by Louise Paynter.

The list of trophy winners is below, and full results can be found by following this link files/villager_prod_show_results_2016.pdf

The Chilton Cup John Arbuckle

The Win Glendenning Memorial Salver Sue Myatt

The Talbot Rose Bowl Andrea Frost

The Talbot Cup Alison Hedges

The Joan Sheard cup Benji Davys

Junior Trophies

(9-12) Rachel Daly

(5-8) Henry Toms

The committee would like to thank the judges: Fay Crabbe (flower arranging), Sandra Halstead
(allotments and produce), Gwen Strong (cookery),Nick Zalinski (drinks), David Brown
(photography), Kate Malenczuk (arts and crafts), Andrew and Jenny Reid (juniors). << Go Back
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