Tarvin High Street
By Eric Plenderleath - 26th August 2014 6:00am
Saturday 16th August saw Tarvin Community Centre transformed for Tarvin Gardening Society's Annual Show.
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.
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.
- 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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