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Children's colourful jars of weeds were the stand-out exhibits at the BCS Flower and Produce Show,  held as usual as part of the Village Fete on Saturday 1st July. And it was another children's entry that won the popular vote for best entry in show: Joe Satchell's Miniature Garden, complete with bespoke grass.

Trophy winners were as follows:

The Chilton Cup (best exhibit in the fruit and vegetable classes): Freddie Barringer

The Win Glendenning Memorial Salver (best flower arranging entry): Charlotte Woods

The Talbot Rose Bowl Derek Nightingale

The Talbot Cup (most points in show): Josephine Butterfield. Runner up John Rodda.

The Joan Sheard cup for the best junior entry in an adult class. Oli Smith

Junior Trophies

(9-12) Evie Satchell

(5-8) Joe Satchell & Thomas Debney

The Swan Allotments Cup Paul Copley

Runner-up Susie Beresford

For full results follow this link files/villager_prod_show_results_2017_.docx

Ideas for future classes always welcome. You can download the 2017 schedule here files/flower_and_produce_show_2017.docx

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