GIANT CABBAGES, bright flowers, tasty beans and mouth-watering cakes filled Denshaw Village Hall with inviting colours and smells…
Because almost 50 entrants had put forward exhibits for the popular annual Denshaw Flower and Home Produce Show.
Classes included everything from onions, celery, beans and potatoes to flowers, cakes, scones, jams, wine and handicraft items.
Talented youngsters entered the children’s categories, which included tallest sunflower, decorated egg, gingerbread man and edible necklace.
And all the exhibits were snapped up by members of the public at the end of the show during the traditional auction.
David Wheeler, a committee member for a show, said: “We had a good number of entries across the categories, with the most popular being flowers and beans.”
|Deborah Moulton||Best Horticultural Exhibit|
|Barry Ulyatt||Most Points in Show|
|D Mullarkey||Best Vegetable|
|Thomas Winterburn||Best Flower|
|Eric Chaplin||Best Dahlia|
|Rosalyn Martin||Best Home Produce|
|Peter Kilroy||Allotment prize class|
|Sophie Martin||Best Children's Exhibit|
|Sophie Martin||Most Points in Children's classes|
|Rosalyn Martin||Most points in Home Produce|
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