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Gardening Show 15b
Gardening Show 15a
Gardening Show 15c

The committee and members of Tarvin Gardening Society are to be congratulated on once again giving us an Horticultural Show to be proud of.

Last Saturday saw the results of hours of work in gardens and allotments around Tarvin, with a fine display of flowers, fruit and vegetables. Also there for judging were pots of preserves, biscuits and cakes---including the traditional Tarvin Bun Loaf, together with Floral displays and children's vegetable animals, and paintings of birds.

Overall winners were:-

Best in Show-----E.Elliot (for a magnificent Hanging Basket)

Vegetables----P. Sheen.

Flowers----E.Elliot.

Floral Art-----B.Spencer.

Children's classes---C.Mulligan

Other individual class winners included.

Flowers :- R.Welsh, P.Maiden, B.Evans, P.Thompson, P & G Hughes, E.Slatcher.

Floral Art :- M.Dixon, S, Nolan, J. Laing.

Fruit:- R. Howard, C.Hones

Vegetables :-P.Sheen, D.Ashton, B. Evans, E.Elliot, J.Morgan.

It was great to see so many local people viewing the exhibits, and the committee thank all the exhibitors for taking part, and the members of the public for their support.

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