High standards impress judges at flower show

PUBLISHED: 11:00 31 August 2015

Woodbury flower show. Jane Greenslade won first class with her orchid. Ref exe 7952-33-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Woodbury flower show. Jane Greenslade won first class with her orchid. Ref exe 7952-33-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

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There was a great display of botanical delights at the Woodbury Garden Club Flower and Vegetable Show.

Woodbury flower show. Anna Eyres won first place with her gladiolus Ref exe 7956-33-15AW. Picture: Alex WaltonWoodbury flower show. Anna Eyres won first place with her gladiolus Ref exe 7956-33-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

The event took place at the village hall, with a high standard of entries competing for the various awards.

The contest was judged by RHS judge Roy Halsey and the prizes were presented by Ken Crundwell.

The overall winner for the highest number of points in the show was Dot Foster.

Sue Bury had the most points in the fruit and veg classes, with Jill Askew and Anna Eyres had the best individual exhibits in them.

Woodbury flower show. Dot and Alan Foster with Dot's fuchsia entry. Ref exe 7958-33-15AW. Picture: Alex WaltonWoodbury flower show. Dot and Alan Foster with Dot's fuchsia entry. Ref exe 7958-33-15AW. Picture: Alex Walton

Anna’s grandson, Bryn, won a prize in the junior section, as did brothers William and Oliver Thomas.

Liz Slade won the prize for the best exhibit in the flower section.

All members had been given a fuchsia to grow, and chairman Annette Smith won the cup for the best one.

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