Picture Gallery

Show Day

Lots of trophies to be won in all the categories

Setting up the tables and calculating the space required on the Friday night before the Show

Exhibitors may stage their exhibits from 8am on Show Day

A fine piece of handicraft entered in the hand-made gift class

A cake to include fruit or vegetables was a new class this year

A hand-made greetings card for any occasion

Tea Party – An arrangement in a cup, mug or teapot using any colours

Shades Of Green – An arrangement of flowers and foliage

Origami was also a new class this year

The empty plate means that another exhibitor has yet to stage their raspberries

The winning Collection of Five Vegetables – one of each kind

Heaviest Marrow

Artstand Corner

We had three entries in the Children’s miniature garden this year

Most of the decorated spoons were entered by members of the local Brownies pack

The 1 Flower and 1 Vegetable class appeals to exhibitors who grow both

Judges are accompanied by a steward who relays the results to the adminstration and card writing team

The Produce judge is qualified to WI national standard

It is normal practice for the Floral Art judge to leave comment cards indicating why an exhibit has done well, or not so well

Judging the Children’s classes can be very difficult when there are lots of Portrait pictures to look at

A craft table keeps children (and adults) amused during the afternoon

Checking the points scores for each exhibitor and writing out the certificates takes considerable time and attention to detail

The proud winner of the Grundy Shield for Best Child’s Exhibit

This lady entered the Show for the very first time this year and won two trophies!

The Comments Board, sited near the front door, attracted some nice comments and a number of suggestions which we will consider for next year

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