Thursday, July 10: Village show trophy haul

PUBLISHED: 15:19 10 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:16 10 June 2010

COLATON Raleigh annual flower and produce show attracted a host of competitors hoping to scoop an array of cups and trophies for their green - and not so green-fingered efforts. A variety of classes were open to all including classes for children, jam

COLATON Raleigh annual flower and produce show attracted a host of competitors hoping to scoop an array of cups and trophies for their green - and not so green-fingered - efforts.A variety of classes were open to all - including classes for children, jam and baking entries, photography and craft competitions.Results: THE LEDGER CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Preserves and Baking Section - Gillian Forward.THE FLORES CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Flowers and Pot Plants Section - Diana Robertshaw.THE PERENIAL TROPHY in memory of Molly Herbert - for most points in classes for perennials - Diana Robertshaw.THE MARY CARTER CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Flower Arranging Section - Diana Robertshaw.THE HERBERT STADDON CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Vegetable and Fruit Section - Edna Turner.THE ADRIAN WEST CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Children's Section (under eight years old) - Dominic Manning.THE JUNIOR CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Children's Section (8 years and over) - Harry West.THE BARKWORTH PEASE TRAY - awarded to the person gaining the most points in the Flowers and Flower Arranging Section - Diana Robertshaw.THE JOHNSON CUP - for the best specimen Rose -Charles Townshend.THE CHARGE CUP - awarded to the person gaining the most points overall in the Show - Diana Robertshaw.MILLENIUM ROSE BOWL - awarded to the best entry in Art, Photography and Craft Section (excluding needlework etc. as below) Ken Wilson for candlesticks.MILLENIUM CASKET - Awarded for the best entry in Embroidery, Sewing or Knitting - Janet Harvey, for a knitted bear.


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