Tarvin History Revealed - Cheshire Show Success!

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From the Tarvin History Scrapbooks for June 1989, two Tarvin women had plenty to smile about after sweeping the board in major classes at the Cheshire Show.

Myra Nicholas and Sue Heath impressed judges with their magnificent Hereford bull, " Broomheath 1 Energetic," more commonly known as "Getty" who took first in its class!

The women's success didn't stop there with prizes coming thick and fast, with "Broomheath 1 Violet" a two-year old heifer taking first prize in the Cheshire class, whilst another member of the heard, "Woodview Betty" took prizes for female champion Hereford and reserve supreme Hereford.

They also scooped the prize for best group of three Herefords to complete their winning run!

Pictured is Sue Heath of Sheaf Farm with her prize winning Herefords.

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