Autumn Show 2019 Results

Another successful and fun day for the village. The show was again run in conjunction with the annual leek club competition.

The sun shone!

We had a brilliant new category of the heaviest marrow for under 16s. The  mammoth seed was provided and germinated by our Judge, Trevor Ord. Young  plants were then distributed amongst interested young people. We had some great marrows entered in the show as a result and one absolute giant grown by Emily Grant.  We are hoping to continue this new category.

The children’s categories were well supported with some brilliant lego models, decorated buns, some fantastic vegetable art and very creative growing cress.

We did not have a photography section this year but it will be back next year with this year’s show as a theme.

The baking and vegetable sections were good although numbers were down from previous years.  We are keen to find out from everyone what they would like to see in the schedule that would inspire them to bake, grow and make.  Any ideas please contact Hilary Holland. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01228 670051

The dog show was brilliant, thanks to Linda Boon for organising it.  This year it was held on the Marr outside the Duke of Cumberland and attracted lots of dogs and their owners competing for the coveted Scrufts Cup.

After the show produce was auctioned to raise money for St Peter’s and as usual that was great fun.

Finally, there was The Great Castle Carrock Prize Draw.

Yet another fantastic day made possible by so many helpers, the School, the Duke of Cumberland, the judges, the sponsors, the leek club and the auctioneer.

Section 1 - Home Grown Produce
 
Class
First - 4 points
Second - 3 points
Third - 2 points
Class 1
6 Eggs (uniform size/colour)
Sylvia Hutchinson
Thomas Hutchinson
Vicky Crozier
Class 2
4 Tomatoes (standard size)
Lin Kendall
Bev Forster
John Morton
Class 3
6 Tomatoes (cherry type)
Sylvia Hutchinson
Hilary Holland
Alison Goodchild
Class 4
4 Cooking Apples
Kathryn Robinson
John Morton
Bev Forster
Class 5
4 Eating Apples
Kathryn Robinson
Andrew Hollins
Sylvia Hutchinson
Class 6
1 tray of 3 mixed vegetables
Thomas Bowsfield
Shara Robinson
Class 7
4 Potatoes
John Meeton
Helen Eichler
Hilary Holland
Class 8
4 carrots
Lawrence Forrester
Sylvia Hutchinson
Class 9
1 Garlic bulb
Hilary Holland
Helen Eichler
Lin Kendall
Class 10
1 bunch of mixed herbs in a jam jar
Charlotte Draper
Annabel Draper
June Forster
Class 11
2 courgettes
Lin Kendall
Sylvia Hutchinson
Helen Eichler
Class 12
1 Chilli plant (potted)
Sadie Dryden
Louise Stainton
Hilary Holland
Class 13
4 sticks Rhubarb (leaves removed)
Sylvia Hutchinson
Lawrence Forrester
Class 14
4 runner beans
Hilary Holland
John Morton
Lin Kendall
Class 15
4 chilli peppers
Hilary Holland
Sylvia Hutchinson
Helen Eichler
Class 16
2 Cabbage
Hilary Holland
   
Class 17
4 Beetroot
Hilary Holland
   
Class 18
4 Parsnips
Hilary Holland
   
Class 19
2 Sweetcorn
Hilary Holland
Helen Eichler
Lawrence Forrester
Section 2 - Flowers
Section 3 - Home Baking
Section 4 - It's Not About The Looks!
Section 5 - Children & Young People
Overall Winners