Latest - Summer show 2017



Full results

Section A Flowers

Roses – best in class 10 – 13 (Trophy): Peter Burrell

Sweet Peas – best in class 14 – 16 (Trophy): Peter Wiseman

Most points – class 1 – 23 (excluding above) (Trophy): Richard Kellet

Best exhibit – class 1 – 23 (Plaque): Richard Kellet


Section B – Plants in pots

Most points and trophy: Ben Andrews


Section C – Cacti and succulents

Most points and trophy: Rex Wilmshurst


Section D – Vegetables

One bean (longest) and trophy winner: Richard Kellet

Heaviest pumpkin and trophy: Ruth Cowell

Most points class 34 – 56: Ruth Cowell

Top tray – class 57. 1st medal to Richard Kellet; no second place medal; 3rd medal to Roger Broadbelt

Sections A to E (most points) and president’s trophy, Richard Kellet

 

Section F – Floral theme (theme was Happy Anniversary)

1st in class (and trophy): Jean Wadsworth

Most points and trophy: Jean Wadsworth


Section G – Homecraft

Best Victoria Sandwich and trophy: Marlene Till

Most points in section G (Gordon Wadey Trophy): Pat Collins

 

Section H / Best colour print trophy: Hilary Ralphs

The following report has been sent to the local media:

A summer harvest of flowers, fruit and veg from the greater Garstang area was on display at Cabus village hall on Saturday as Garstang and District Gardening Club held its summer show.

Scores of blooms and impressive horticultural specimens , along with cakes and jams and photographs of glorious gardens were up for judging by experts in their relevant fields.

Overall winner with the most points was popular grower Richard Kellet, a veteran gardener who is no stranger to trophies and other honours.

Richard took away several trophies, plaques and medals from the show, which this year was organised for the first time by Garstang Gardening Club chairman Roger Broadbelt.

After the prize presentations, made by club founder and president Ben Andrews, Mr Broadbelt paid tribute to the various club members who had assisted in setting up and running the show, and thanked the judges for their efforts.