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Chiddingly summer show a great success

John Ford with his prizewinning sweet peas SUS-140907-112209001

John Ford with his prizewinning sweet peas SUS-140907-112209001

The Chiddingly Horticultural Society’s Summer Show was a really fun afternoon, with some excellent entries, and many friends dropping in for the social side.

Organisers say the flower entries were good, especially the orchids, and that the cookery table was magnificent. The auction of produce, the raffle, and the presentation of trophies rounded off a most enjoyable day.

VEGETABLES

n Potatoes - 1. Holly Dann 2.John Ford 3. William Simmonds

n Cabbage - Robin Symington 2. Sally Willcocks

n Spinach or chard - 1. Phyllis Simmonds 2. Sally Willcocks 3. Holly Dann

n Radishes - 3. Winnow Hardy

n Spring onions - 1. Phyllis Simmonds

n Pickling shallots - 3. John Ford

n Peas - 1. John Puttick 2. John Ford 3. Holly Dann

n Broad beans - 1. John Ford 2. John Puttick 3. William Simmonds

n Cos or semi-cos lettuce - 1. Robin Symington 2. Holly Dann 3. Phyllis Simmonds

n Courgettes - 1. Helen Miness 2. Phyllis Simmonds

n Beetroot - 1. John Ford

n Two vegetables other than those above - 1. Phyllis Simmonds 2. Robin Symington

n Collection of culinary herbs - 1. Julie Baker 2. Janet Gasson

FRUIT

n Rhubarb - 2. John Ford 3. Winnow Hardy

n Gooseberries - 1. Holly Dann 2. Winnow Hardy 3. John Ford

n Raspberries - 1. Holly Dann

n Blackcurrants - 2. John Ford

n Redcurrants - 1. Holly Dann 2. Bea Gatrell

n Plate of any other fruit - 1. Holly Dann 2. Diane Rosborough

FLOWERS

n Collection of flowers - 1. Ann Hobden 2. Daphne Robinson 3. Pauline Davies

n Sweet peas - 1. John Ford 2. Helen Miness 3. Maurice Hobden

n Sweet peas - four varieties - 1. John Ford 2. Maurice Hobden

n Sweet peas - 1 variety - 1. Holly Dann 2. Maurice Hobden 3. John Ford

n Sweet peas - 12 spikes - 1. John Ford 2. Maurice Hobden

n Annuals - three stems - 1. Pauline Tiplady 2. Holly Dann 3. Robin Symington

n Carnations or pinks - 1. Robin Symington 2. John Ford 3. Pauline Thorpe

n Annuals - three separate kinds - 1. Holly Dann

n Delphiniums - 1. Ann Hobden

n Perennials, five kinds - 1. Janet Gasson 2. Holly Dann 3. John Ford

n Sweet Williams - 1. Robin Symington 2. Ann Hobden

n Lilies - 1. Ann Hobden

n Alstroemeria - 1. Caroline Manning 2. Ann Nicholls 3. Joan Pay

n Rambler roses - 1. Daphne Robinson 2. Winnow Hardy 3. Ann Nicholls

n Floribunda roses - 1. Janet Gasson

n Roses, six blooms - 2. Ann Hobden

n “Chiddingly” rose - 1. Janet Gasson

n Roses, cycle of bloom - 1. Pauline Thorpe

n Any flower, other than these classes - 1. Daphne Robinson 2. Pauline Davies

n Flowering shrub - 1. Ann Hobden 2. Janet Gasson 3. Daphne Robinson

n Pot plant, over 178mm. - 1. Joan Harriott

n Pot of Pelargonium - 1. Pauline Thorpe

n Orchid - 1. Caroline Manning 2. Daphne Robinson 3. Ann Hobden

EGGS

n Six eggs - 1. Sally Willcocks 2. Winnow Hardy 3. Pauline Tiplady

ART AND CRAFT

n Three stems of home-made flowers - 1. Melissa Rosborough 2. Carl Emery 3. Holly Dann

DECORATIVE

n Commemorating the First World War - 1. Daphne Robinson 2. Holly Dann

n A Victorian Posy - 1. Julie Baker 2. Daphne Robinson 3. Diane Rosborough

n One variety of flower, any foliage - 1. Holly Dann 2. Daphne Robinson 3. Pauline Thorpe

n Novice class, any container - 1. Coral Carpenter 2. Pauline Thorpe

COOKERY

n Treble choc oat cookies - 1. Pauline Davies 2. Melissa Rosborough 3. Holly Dann

n Treacle tart - 1. Phyllis Simmonds 2. Melissa Rosborough 3. Christine Fairway

n Savoury scones - 1. Helen Miness 2. Julie Baker 3. Pauline Tiplady

n Victorian sponge - 1. Georgina Carter 2. Helen Miness 3. Fay Rosborough

n Scotch eggs - 1. Georgina Carter 2. Melissa Rosborough 3. Christine Fairway

n Summer pudding - 1. Coral Carpenter 2. Julie Baker 3. Daphne Robinson

n Dish of salad - 1. Julie Baker 2. Winnow Hardy 3. Diane Rosborough

n Jar of jam - 1. Bea Gatrell 2. Pauline Thorpe 3. Phyllis Simmonds

n Jar of fruit jelly - 1. Daphne Robinson 2. Winnow Hardy 3. Pauline Tiplady

PHOTOGRAPHY

n Reflections - 1. Ann Nicholls 2. Melissa Rosborough 3. Winnow Hardy

n On the Prowl - 1. Holly Dann 2. Phyllis Simmonds 3. Ann Nicholls

n A Sporting Scene - 1. Pauline Davies 2. Holly Dann 3. William Simmonds

CHILDREN’S CLASSES

n A friendship bracelet. School years 1 & 2: 1. Hannah Parris 2. Martha Lillicrap 3. Daphne Anastasakis; school years 3 & 4: 1.Jessica Chrerry 2. Bradley Rosborough 3. Alice McHale; school years 7 plus: 1. (Joint) Lucy Deeprose and Jessica Carter 2. Zoe Cornford 3. Brooke Harvey

n A Garden in a half seed-tray.Pre-school: 1. Tommy Robinson 2. Vinny Robinson; school years 1 & 2: 1. Jessica Emery

n A Collection of grass seed-heads. Pre-school: 1. Jocelyn Jeary; school years 1 & 2: Jessica Emery; school years 7 plus: 1. Zoe Cornford

TROPHY WINNERS

n RHS Banksian Medal for competitor gaining most money in Horticultural Classes - Ann Hobden

n Challenge Cup for exhibitor gaining most first prizes in Horticultural Classes - Holly Dann

n Challenge Tankard for most points gained in Horticultural Classes - a tie between Holly Dann and John Ford

n Challenge Cup for the best vegetable exhibit - John Puttick

n Challenge Cup for the best fruit - Holly Dann

n Challenge C up for the family gaining most points - Emery Family

n RHS Certificate for best collection of flowers - Ann Hobden

n Sweet Pea Challenge Cup - John Ford

n Sweet Pea (one variety) Cup - Holly Dann

n Sweet Pea (12 spikes) Cup - John Ford

n Rose Bowl presented by Mrs M Knight for best Floribunda Rose - Janet Gasson

n Best Full-Blown Rose Challenge Cup - Winnow Hardy

n Millenium Cup for best “Chiddingly” Rose - Janet Gasson

n The Hobden Cup for most points in Flower Classes - Ann Hobden

n Challenge Cup for Decorative entry - Daphne Robinson

n Springfield Challenge Cup for Decorative entry - Julie Baker

n Lilian Taylor Shield for best Cookery exhibit - Julie Baker

n Peggy Williams Trophy for most points in Cookery Classes - Julie Baker

n Children’s Challenge Cup for most points in Children’s section - Jessica Emery

 

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