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FLOWER AND PRODUCE SHOW

FLOWER AND PRODUCE SHOW

Congratulations to all the prizewinners at this year's Flower and Produce Show including Carrie White, whose impressive blindfold drawing of a cat won our mystery competition. It can be seen here and also on the website's Facebook page.

It was great to see lots of new entrants to the show including John Harbuckle, whose perfect peas took the Chilton Cup for the best fruit and vegetable exhibit. Josephine Butterfield won two trophies this year: 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 best allotment, which was judged in the week before the show.

For a full list of classes, click here files/produce_show_schedule_a4_1_._2013.doc

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