HORTICULTURAL SHOW -PRIZE WINNERS

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Best In Show

For everyone who entered produce for the Tarvin Gardening Society's Horticultural Show a big WELL DONE!
In the words of Benjamin Disraeli "How fair is a garden amid the trials and passions of existence". After one of the coldest winters in recent times, and an equally miserable spring, Tarvin's gardeners produced the goods.

What we all want to know is "Who Were The Prize Winners?"

Best in Show
EDWARD ELLIOT-(hanging basket)

Flowers

Flowers


Edward Elliot (3 classes)
Barry Welsh (3 classes)
John Doughton (3 classes)
Jenny Mayers (2 classes)
Ruth Ashton (2 classes)
Peter Hughes (2 classes)
Jane & Ted Lush
Errol Slatcher

 

Floral Art

floral art

Margaret Dixon
Mary Evans
Sharon Nolan
Linda Deakin
Jane Pugh

 

Vegetables

carrot

Garry Anderson (5 classes)
Dave Ashton (3 classes)
Edward Elliot ( 2 classes)
Chris Slatcher (2 classes)
John Droughton
Jenny Mayers
Bryan Evans
Peter Sheen
Errol Slatcher
Shirley Rowe

 

Produce

produce

Vivian Lightfoot (2 classes)
Doreen de CaniI
Jane & Ted Lush
Peter Sheen
Pauline Hayes

 

 

Children's Classes
BEST IN SHOW Rosie Hufton

kids

Emily Hufton ( 3 classes)
Rosie Hufton
Ted Colenso
Niamh Deakin
Isaac Deakin
Clara Mulligan

Congratulations to all the winners and to everyone who took part and made the show a Great Success

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