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POTATOES E. Marsh J. Scott R. Whitcombe
RUNNER BEANS E. Marsh M. Clutterbuck V. Hunt
SHALLOTS E. Marsh A. Sharp J. Scott
CUCUMBER Mrs B. Smith M. Clutterbuck R. Whitcombe
ONIONS R. Whitcombe R. Atkins C. Williams
CARROTS J. Scott V. Hunt Mrs L. Waldron
TOMATOES E. Marsh Mrs S. Young Mrs J. Willbourne
BEETROOT J. Scott V. Hunt R. Whitcombe
MARROW R. Boyer    
Box of Vegetables E. Marsh V. Hunt Mrs J. Warren
DESSERT APPLES J.D. Young Mrs J. Willbourne  
COOKING APPLES R. Loveless Mrs J. Willbourne J.D. Young
SWEET PEAS Mrs S. Young J.D. Young P. Beer
DAHLIAS I. Bissell V. Hunt M. Clutterbuck
GLADIOLI R. Loveless M. Clutterbuck J. Boobyer
ROSE Mrs W, Beer P. Beer Mrs S. Young
ROSE HT P. Beer Mrs S. Young Mrs C. Galloway
ASTERS Mrs B. Smith P. Beer  
GARDEN FLOWERS Mrs B. Smith Mrs W. Beer M. Clutterbuck
POT PLANT Mrs J. Willbourne Mrs W. Beer Mrs J. Warren
PRESERVES Mrs D. Marsh Mrs L. Bissell M. Clutterbuck
CARROT CAKE Mrs A. Clark Mrs D. Marsh Mrs R. Boley
Chocolate Brownies Mrs D. Williams Mrs D. Marsh Mrs N. Edgar
SCONES Mrs D. Marsh Mrs D. Williams Mrs L. Bissell
SAVOURY FLAN Mrs D. Marsh Mrs W. Beer Mrs D. Williams
PHOTO (small) E. Marsh T. Dommett J. Maitland
PHOTO (large) Mrs W. Grove E. Marsh P. Corrin
ART Mrs S. Moore Mrs G. Farler  
FABRIC Mrs G. Farler Mrs D. Marsh  
GREETINGS CARD Mrs G. Farler Mrs L. Salter Mrs S. Young
PICTURE U5 Harper Griffin Charlotte Bowcott  
PICTURE 6-10 Mollie Young Poppy Ireland Jessica Bowcott
PICTURE 11-16 Leigh-Ann Ireland Ellie Presley  
HANDWRITING U11 Poppy Ireland Mollie Young Harper Griffin
HANDWRITING O11 Ruby Boobyer Leigh-Ann Ireland  
Garden on a Plate Harper Griffin Ellie Presley  
BAKING Ellie Presley Harper Griffin  
FABRIC 5-8 Harper Griffin    
FABRIC 9-14 Ellie Presley    

Most Points in the vegetable, fruit and flower  classes - E. Marsh

Most Points in the cookery classes - Mrs D. Marsh

Most Points in the childrens' classes - Harper Griffin

The Show was generally regarded as one of the most enjoyable ever held and resulted in a record £1,600 approx profit for Village Hall funds.