Tarvin Gardening Society's Annual Show- Success!

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Saturday 16th August saw Tarvin Community Centre transformed for Tarvin Gardening Society's Annual Show.

Beautiful floral arrangements, representing "Northern Lights", "Party in Rio" and "Paint the Town Red" vied with Hanging Baskets, cut flowers, and flowering plants.

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All species of vegetables, including heavy onions, long runner beans, and even a round cucumber, were on display, together with homemade cakes (including the traditional "Tarvin Bun Loaf"), biscuits and jam.

Children also played their part with ingenious "vegetable birds" and artwork., entries being submitted by Niamh & Isaac Deakin, Evie & Cara Mulligan, and Daniel Hayes.

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With a 50% increase in the number of entries over last year,and a large number of viewing public, the Show continues to go from strength to strength, and the organisers and participants are to be congratulated for all their hard work.

Especial congratulations to the following Cup winners.

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  • Floral Displays--- Linda Deakin & Niamh Deakin.
  • Cut Flowers---Barry Welsh, Edward Elliott, Margaret Dixon, Sharon Nolan,and Peter & Gill Hughes.
  • Pot Plant----Donna Mayers, Gerald Fellows, Jenny Mayers and Peter & Gill Hughes.
  • Fruit.--Bryan Evans and Cathy Hones.
  • Vegetables----Gerald Fellows, Peter Sheen, John Droughton, Cathy Hones, and Jim Chrimes,
  • Preserve---Pauline Heyes.
  • Tarvin Bun Loaf---Peter Maiden.

Overall Winners were

Best in Floral Art---Linda Deakin.
Most points for vegetables-----Jaqueline Bradley.
Most points for flowers----Barry Welsh
Best in Show-----Linda Deakin.
Best in Childrens Class---Niamh Deakin.

The organisers wish to thank everyone who entered, thus helping to make the Show such a resounding success

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