A report published in the Summer Newsletter
On Saturday 9th April 2022 the first Spring Show, in three years, went ahead at St Luke’s Church, West Norwood. Many thanks to the entrants, judges and visitors, along with all those who helped set up the show, run it on the day and with the breakdown.
The cup for the best handicraft exhibit, judged Sue Sharp, was awarded to Virginia Kennedy for her drawing.
The shield for the best horticultural exhibit, judged by Colin Jones, was awarded to Glenn Wellman for his vase of spring flowers.
The Joan Axon shield for the best floral art exhibit, judged by Pauline Shockley, was awarded to Norinka Ford in the “Cameo” class.
The Cheviot Gardens award for the best domestic exhibit, judged by Pam Fox, went to Sue Wallace for her Dundee cake.
The Lily Jeal plate given for the most points gained in the domestic section went to Michael Grimwood.
The cup for best children’s exhibit, judged by Sue Sharp, was won by Walter Smith for his decorated flowerpot.
The Alan Gey trophy which is awarded to the person gaining the most points in the show was won by Sue Wallace.
Bob Tydeman, Show Secretary