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Floral Attractions

The Shrewsbury Flower Show features TV personalities, celebrity chefs, singers and spectacular arena acts entertaining the crowds for 12 hours on each day, ending with a magnificent finale and firework display.

The show is one of the country’s Premier Flower Show events, attracting top exhibitors from all over the country. It has a small permanent staff and over 100 volunteers who manage and organise the whole event, from traffic flow, marquee and services contracts, publicity and marketing, public safety, catering, entertainment, engaging specialist judges for hundreds of competitive classes etc, and ensuring our visitors have an extraordinary experience with value for money.

The Quarry Marquee

Quarry Marquee, the main floral venue, is home to the top national nurseries and growers who create stunning displays to admire and inspire.

Judging of the Quarry Marquee takes place on the eve of the Show, which means all the winners can have on display the awards and trophies they received during the two days of the events.

The 2019 Quarry Marquee winners were

CompanyTrophyAward
Alchemy FernsGold
Alpine Garden SocietySilver Gilt
Alstroemeria DirectSilver
Brighter BloomsLarge Gold
Bromac NurseryGold
C.Newberry & SonSilver
Chrysanthemums DirectThe Earl of Powis CupLarge Gold
Clalmazag NurseryGold
Cook's Garden CentreSilver Gilt
D & A WrightLarge Gold
Devine NursariesThe Flora StatuetteLarge Gold
Dibleys NursariesLarge Gold
Driftwood BonsaiGold
Every Picture Tells a StoryThe National Westminster Bank Trophy & The William Adams Gold CupLarge Gold & Gold
Exclusive Garden DesignSilver Gilt
Foster's Exotics & Unusual PlantsGold
Garden of JapanSilver
Glens garden gemsLarge Gold
High Park NurserySilver
Hoyland Plant centreLarge Gold
Jaques Amand InternationalThe Severn BowlLarge Gold
K & S NurseryGold
K Partington Premier AlpinesSilver Gilt
Locally Grown - Seasonal & GorgeousSilver Gilt
Moore and Moore PlantsGold
North of England BonsaiLarge Gold
Ottershaw CactiThe Quarry CupLarge Gold
Palm-Exotics LtdGold
Pennard PlantsThe 1051 Silver CupGold
Plant HeritageSilver Gilt
Roualeyn FuchsiasThe Chamber of Commerce CupLarge Gold
Shropshire SarraceniasThe Dingle CupLarge Gold
Simply SucculentsSilver Gilt
Somerset Sweat PeasGold
WRR Pugh & SonThe R.H. Price Salver

Show Gardens & Floral Train

The popularity of the outside Show Gardens and also School Show Gardens for young budding designers, grows each year which is really exciting.

The 2019 Show Gardens winners were

CompanyTrophyAward
F3RNZ Natural Landscape & Design, and Pippa Willcox GardensMike Hough Memorial Trophy & Wrekin Housing Group TrophyLarge Gold
Four Seasons Garden DesignSilver
Shaw TrustGold
Shropshire HumanistSilver Gilt
University Centre ShrewsburySilver Gilt
Wild CraftersGold

The 2019 School Show Gardens winners were

CompanyTrophyAward
Barrow1618 CofE Primary Free SchoolBest 3m x 3m Garden. Junior Horticultural Achievement Award
Rushbury CE Primary SchoolHighly Commended
Woodfield Infant SchoolBest 3m x 1m Garden
Shrewsbury AcademySenior Horticultural Achievement Award

A big thank you to Lower Heath CE Primary School and Shrewsbury Academy for exhibiting their School Show Gardens at this year’s Show.

The Shropshire Horticultural Society continue to support and promote the younger generation in developing their horticultural skills and passions, therefore, we again had the Floral Train category for local Primary School children within Shropshire to enter a carriage with a floral display. This year we had 18 applicants  and the 4 top winning carriages were displayed by the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railways, at Portmadog’s Harbour Station, for the rest of the Summer holidays.  We are proud to announce the Award winners for 2019 below:

The 2019 Floral Train award winners were

SchoolAward
Crowmoor PrimaryFirst Prize winner
Clive primary SchoolHighly Commended
Condover Primary SchoolHighly Commended
Kinnerley Primary SchoolHighly Commended
Shrewsbury cathedral Catholic Primary SchoolHighly Commended
St Giles Primary SchoolHighly Commended

The 2019 Severn & Dingle winners were

CLASSDESCRIPTIONPlaceTITLEINITSNAMETROPHY
7COLLECTION OF SIX SPECIMEN FLOWERING PLANTS, IN BLOOMFirstMRSVEDWARDS
8COLLECTION OF SIX SPECIMEN FOLIAGE PLANTS, POT GROWNFirstMRPABURDENTHE "SHROPSHIRE STAR"
9SIX POTS OF MULTI STEMMED FUCHSIASFirstMISSSAWOOFF
10SIX SPECIMEN FUCHSIASFirstMISSSAWOOFFTHE "BOB BROWN" MEMORIAL TROPHY
11THREE SPECIMEN FUCHSIASFirstMISSSAWOOFF
12SPECIMEN FUCHSIAFirstMRDJLEIGHTON
21THREE SPECIMEN FLOWERING PLANTSFirstMRSVEDWARDS
22SPECIMEN FLOWERING PLANTFirstMRDWSHERRARD
24SPECIMEN FOLIAGE PLANTFirstMRCRTURLEY
25A STELLAR GERANIUMFirstMISSSJEDWARDS
26SPECIMEN GERANIUMFirstMRSRMORGAN
27THREE SPECIMEN DWARF GERANIUMSFirstMISSSJEDWARDS
28THREE SPECIMEN MINIATURE GERANIUMSFirstMISSSJEDWARDS
29THREE SPECIMEN GERANIUMSFirstMISSSJEDWARDS
30REGAL PELARGONIUMFirstMISSSJEDWARDS
31A FANCY LEAF GERANUIMFirstMISSSJEDWARDS
32SCENTED LEAF PELARGONIUMFirstMRECSTANYER
33THREE SCENTED LEAF PELARGONIUMSFirstMRECSTANYER
35HANGING BASKET-FUCHSIAS ONLYFirstMISSSAWOOFF
36HANGING BASKET-EXCLUDING BEGONIAS AND FUCHSIASFirstMRMMELIATHE "BERTRAM JENNINGS" CHALLENGE TROPHY
37ONE HANGING POT- MAXIMUM POT SIZE 17cmsFirstMRJREVANS
38ONE HANGING POT- MAXIMUM POT SIZE 21.5cmsFirstMRDCBAGULEY
39WINDOW BOX DISPLAYFirstMSGPETERS
41SPECIMEN GREENHOUSE FERNFirstMRSCMAXFIELD
43SPECIMEN HARDY FERNFirstMRSGHUMPHREYS
44PATIO CONTAINER OF FLOWERING PLANTSFirstMRCRTURLEY
45HOSTA THREE PLANTS IN A CONTAINERFirstMRCMWOOD
46A SPECIMEN GRASS PLANT IN A POTFirstMRSRWOOD
47THREE SPECIMEN GRASSES PLANT IN A POTSFirstMRCRTURLEY
48ONE SPECIMEN COLEUSFirstMRRWPASSANT
49THREE SPECIMEN COLEUSFirstMRRWPASSANT
50SIX SPECIMEN COLEUSFirstMRRWPASSANTTHE "DENNIS BLAKEWAY" SALVER
51TWO VASES OF PERPETUAL FLOWERING CARNATIONSFirstMRIMACE
52VASE OF PERPETUAL FLOWERING CARNATIONSFirstMRJWILLIAMS
53VASE OF PERPETUAL FLOWERING CARNATIONSFirstMRJWILLIAMS
54VASE OF PERPETUAL FLOWERING CARNATIONSFirstMRJWILLIAMS
55VASE OF PERPETUAL FLOWERING CARNATIONSFirstMRJWILLIAMS
56VASE OF PINKSFirstMSHDOLAN
57VASE OF PINKSFirstMRSSEFORWOOD
58VASE OF PINKSFirstMSHDOLAN
63THREE VASES OF EARLY FLOWERING CHRYSANTHEMUMSFirstMRKGODWINTHE "GEORGE NICHOLAS" SILVER VASE
64THREE VASES OF EARLY FLOWERING CHRYSANTHEMUMSFirstMRKGODWIN
68VASE OF EARLY FLOWERING CHRYSANTHEMUMSFirstMRKGODWIN
69THREE VASES OF SPRAY CHRYSANTHEMUMSFirstMRKGODWIN
70VASE OF SPRAY CHRYSANTHEMUMSFirstMRKGODWIN
81VASE OF FIVE WATER LILY DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
82SIX GIANT OR LARGE DECORATIVE DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
83THREE VASES OF MEDIUM DAHLIASFirstMRSJWILLIAMS
84THREE VASES OF SMALL DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
85THREE GIANT OR LARGE DECORATIVE DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
86VASE OF THREE MEDIUM DECORATIVE DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSONTHE "C.S ASBURY" SILVER VASE
87VASE OF SMALL DECORATIVE DAHLIASFirstMRSJJOHNSON
88VASE OF THREE GIANT OR LARGE CACTUS OR SEMI-CACTUS DAHLIASFirstMRDJWILKINSON
89VASE OF THREE MEDIUM CACTUS OR SEMI-CACTUS DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
90VASE OF SMALL CACTUS OR SEMI-CACTUS DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
91VASE OF POMPON DAHLIASFirstMRDSTANLEY
92VASE OF MINIATURE DECORATIVE DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
93VASE OF SMALL BALL DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
94VASE OF MINIATURE BALL DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
95THREE VASES OF MINIATURE DAHLIASFirstMRGTJOHNSON
96VASE OF COLLERETTE DAHLIASFirstMRRBURNISTON
102THREE VASES OF HERBACEOUS PHLOXFirstMISSSPUDDLE
103THREE VASES OF HARDY PERENNIAL FLOWERSFirstMRECSTANYER
104VASE OF MIXED HARDY PERENNIAL FLOWERSFirstMRSJOWEN
105VASE OF HARDY PERENNIAL FLOWERSFirstMRSASCHISLETT
107BASKET OF VIOLAS and/or PANSIESFirstMRSASCHISLETT
109SIX PANSIES OR VIOLASFirstMRSCPERRY
110THREE VASES OF ANNUALSFirstMSHDOLAN
111VASE OF ANNUALS (one kind)FirstMSHDOLAN
112THREE VASES OF ASTERSFirstMSHDOLAN
113VASE OF ZINNIASFirstMSHDOLAN
114VASE OF LARKSPURFirstMSHDOLAN
115THREE VASES OF AFRICAN MARIGOLDSFirstMSHDOLAN
116THREE VASES OF FRENCH MARIGOLDSFirstMSHDOLAN
117DISPLAY OF CUT FLOWERSFirstMRCBCHISLETTTHE "STIRCHLEY CUP"
134THREE VASES OF GLADIOLIFirstMRRJJAMES
135SINGLE SPIKED GLADIOLIFirstMRRJSPIERS
137VASE OF GLADIOLIFirstMRDPUDDLETHE "HODNET" CUP
149SINGLE SWEET PEAFirstMRCBCHISLETT
150SIX VASES OF SWEET PEASFirstMRCBCHISLETTTHE "HOLLOWAY" CUP
152VASE OF SWEET PEAS (MIXED COLOURS)FirstMRCBCHISLETT
153A BOWL OF SWEET PEASFirstMRCBCHISLETT
154VASE OF SWEET PEAS (ONE COLOUR)FirstMRCBCHISLETT
161A DISPLAY OF ROSESFirstMRSPAMARTINTHE "PIGGOTT" SILVER CUP
162ONE BOWL OF HYBRID TEA & ONE BOWL FLORIBUNDA ROSESFirstMRWDUNCANTHE "FLORENCE BOWEN" BOWL
163PICTURE FRAMEFirstMRWDUNCAN
164THREE VASES OF HYBRID TEA ROSESFirstMRWDUNCANTHE "MARGARET CROOKE" MEMORIAL SALVER
165VASE OF SIX STEM FLORIBUNDA ROSESFirstMRDBRYANT
166ONE STEM OF FLORIBUNDA ROSESFirstMRWDUNCAN
167ONE VASE OF HYBRID TEA ROSESFirstMRWDUNCAN
168VASE THREE STEM FLORIBUNDA ROSESFirstMRWDUNCAN
169ONE SPECIMEN ROSEFirstMRWDUNCAN
170VASE OF THREE STEM MINIATURE ROSESFirstMRDBRYANT
171VASE OF SIX STEM MINITURE ROSESFirstMRIMACE
172VASE OF HYBRID TEA ROSESFirstMRWDUNCAN
173BOWL OF MINIATURE HT ROSESFirstMRWDUNCAN
174BOWL OF MINATURE ROSESFirstMRWDUNCAN
175PALETTE SEVEN FULLY OPEN MINATURE BLOOMSFirstMRWDUNCAN
176BOX OF SIX HYBRID TEA ROSES (miniature)FirstMRIMACE
177GLASS BOWL, ONE MINIATURE BLOOMFirstMRDBRYANT
178PICTURE FRAME ONE HT FORM MINIATURE ROSE BLOOMFirstMRIMACE
179COLLAGE OF ROSE BLOOMSFirstMRSPAMARTIN
181HYDRANGEAS and/or OTHER HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBSFirstMRSSCOSLETT
182FOLIAGE and/or BERRIED SHRUBSFirstMRSRLBREAKELL
184ONE DWARF CONIFERFirstREVSMAXFIELD
185ONE DWARF SHRUB (other than conifer)FirstMRPRCHIVERS
194SPECIMEN HOUSE PLANTFirstMRSDMCOOKE
212DISH OF RED CURRANTSFirstMRSTQUINEY
213DISH OF BLACK CURRANTSFirstMRTHROWLANDS
214DISH OF GOOSEBERRIESFirstMRTHROWLANDS
215TWO DISHES OF SOFT FRUITFirstMRTHROWLANDS
216THREE DISHES OF SOFT FRUITFirstMRTHROWLANDS
217BASKET OF FRUITFirstMRTHROWLANDS
218DISH OF STONED FRUITFirstMRTHROWLANDS
222DISPLAY OF FLOWERS, FRUIT AND VEGETABLESFirstMRSRAOWENTHE "SHREWSBURY SCHOOL" TROPHY
224COLLECTION OF VEGETABLES (THREE EACH OF SIX KINDS)FirstMRPGRIMESTHE "JAMES FISHER" SALVER
228UNUSUAL SHAPED FRUIT/VEGETABLEFirstMRAOWEN
230DISPLAY OF POTATOESFirstMRAOWENTHE "G.T. MALTHOUSE" CUP
231COLLECTION OF POTATOESFirstMRPGRIMES
232THREE DISHES OF POTATOESFirstMRPGRIMES
233FIVE POTATOES (White)FirstMRRBURNISTON
234FIVE POTATOES (Coloured)FirstMRJBEBBINGTON
235FIVE TOMATOES (standard size varieties)FirstMRDEOWENS
236TRUSS OF TOMATOES, cherry varietiesFirstMRDACHESTER
237TRUSS OF TOMATOES, Plum varietiesFirstMRTWRIGHT
238FRENCH BEANS, nine podsFirstMRDEOWENS
239BROAD BEANS, nine podsFirstMRSCBAUGH
240RUNNER BEANS, nine podsFirstMRSSHALL-DAVIES
241CAULIFLOWER, two headsFirstMRPGRIMES
242CELERY, two headsFirstMRMAHALL
243THREE ONIONS (exceeding 250g each)FirstMRJBEBBINGTON
244THREE ONIONS (not exceeding 250g each)FirstMRRINGRAM
245NINE LARGE SHALLOTSFirstMRRGSALE
246NINE SMALL SHALLOTS not exceeding 30 mms in diameterFirstMRMAHALL
247THREE LONG LEEKS (Blanch)FirstMRPGRIMES
250THREE ROUND BEETFirstMRDEOWENS
251THREE PARSNIPSFirstMRPGRIMES
252THREE CARROTS (long pointed)FirstMRRINGRAM
253THREE CARROTS (other than long pointed)FirstMRPGRIMES
254THREE GARDEN TURNIPSFirstMRRBURNISTON
255TWO VEGETABLE MARROWSFirstMRSGJONES
256THREE AUBERGINESFirstMRSLMCMURRAY
257THREE CAPSICUMS (Peppers)FirstMRAOWEN
258THREE COBS OF SWEETCORNFirstMRRINGRAM
259THREE KOHL RABIFirstMRRBURNISTON
260TWO GREEN CABBAGESFirstMRGSTRANTER
261TWO RED CABBAGESFirstMRGSTRANTER
262THREE COURGETTESFirstMRSCBAUGH
263THREE ROUND/SHORT COURGETTESFirstMRPGRIMES
264BASKET OF VEGETABLESFirstMRAOWENTHE "BILL RUFF" TROPHY
265BASKET OF SALADFirstMRSRAOWEN
266MINI COLLECTION OF VEGETABLESFirstMRPGRIMES
267ROPE OF ONIONSFirstMRDEOWENS
268BRACE OF CUCUMBERSFirstMRTWRIGHT
269PEAS, nine podsFirstMRDLLOYD
270COLLECTION OF SIX KINDS OF HERBSFirstMRSJWILSON
271CONTAINER OF HERBSFirstMRSJWILSON
281DISPLAY OF 12 CACTI and/or SUCCULENT PLANTSFirstMRSDMCOOKETHE "SHAVINGTON" CUP
284THREE SPECIMEN CACTUS PLANTSFirstMRSCLBURROWS
285THREE SPECIMEN SUCCULENT PLANTSFirstMRSDMCOOKE
286ONE SPECIMEN CACTUS PLANTFirstMRSSLLOYD
287ONE SPECIMEN SUCCULENT PLANTFirstMRSCLBURROWS
288CONTAINER OF CACTI and/or SUCCULENT PLANTSFirstMRPABURDENTHE "COPPLESTONE" BOWL
289ONE CACTI AND ONE SUCCULENTFirstMISSFBCOSLETT- HUGHES
290ONE SPECIMEN BONSAI (Coniferous)FirstMRSJEPOWIS
291ONE SPECIMEN BONSAI (Broadleaved)FirstMRNHOWARD
292ONE SPECIMEN BONSAIFirstMRSJEPOWIS
293CASCADE BONSAIFirstMRNHOWARD
294COLLECTION OF BONSAIFirstMRAMWPOWISTHE "JEAN RUFF" TROPHY
295GROUP PLANTINGFirstMRAMWPOWIS
298OUTSIDE SCARECROWFirstMRSJREVANS
299SPECIALIST SOCIETY COMPETITIONFirstTHE ROSE SOCIETY UKTHE "SHROPSHIRE STAR GOLDEN JUBILEE" TROPHY
300CURTAIN UPFirstSTIMULUS DESIGNER GROUPTHE "GILBERT SMITH" CUP
301EDWARDIANFirstMRSCM & HWYNNE & SAVAGETHE "GODFREY BAZELEY" CUP
302SWINGING SIXTIESFirstMRSJPUGHTHE "GORDON BRADLEY" TROPHY
303DIG FOR VICTORYFirstMRJTJAMESTHE "SHREWSBURY FLOWER CLUB" SALVER
304ROARING 20'SFirstMRSSMBUFTON
305TUDOR LIFEFirstMRSPHARRISON
306LILIESFirstMRSDJWELLINGTON
307FirstMRKMCORFIELDTHE "HOWARD FRANKLIN" ROSE BOWL
308HATS OFFFirstMRSSEPEARSONTHE "ROSA PERRY LLOYD" SALVER
309A BACKWARD GLANCEFirstMRSSMBUFTON
310ROYAL OPULANCEFirstMRSJVJUKESTHE "ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND" ROSE BOWL
3111918 PEACEFirstMRSTCARSERTHE "BOBBIE HARRIS" MEMORIAL TROPHY
312MOON LANDINGFirstMRSLVANDERVEENTHE "EDITH ANNE GRIFFITHS" MEMORIAL VASE
313POPPY A BROOCHFirstMRKMCORFIELD
315TWIGS AND TWINEFirstMRSDJWELLINGTON
316FirstMRKMCORFIELD
322JUNGLE BOOKFirstMISSFBCOSLETT- HUGHESTHE "BBC" CHILDREN'S JUNIOR CUP
323BEAUTY AND THE BEASTFirstMISSLTHOMTHE "BRASSINGTON" GLASS BOWL
324STAR WARSFirstMISSLTHOMTHE "BBC" CHILDREN'S SENIOR CUP
401LARGE GROUP OF BEGONIAS IN POTSFirstMRGDANDO
402SMALL GROUP OF BEGONIAS IN POTSFirstMRGDANDO
403SEVEN POTS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIASFirstMRSJONES
404THREE POTS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIASFirstMRSJJONES
405ONE POT OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIASFirstMRSJONESTHE SFS "BERTHA MACHIN" SALVER
406SIX POTS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIASFirstMRSJONESTHE "ALLAN CLARKE" TROPHY
407ONE POT OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIAFirstMRRJSPIERS
408THREE POTS OF TUBEROUS BEGONIAFirstMRSJONES
409ONE POT OF TUBEROUS BEGONIAFirstMRSJONES
411TWELVE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIASFirstMRPCHAMPION
412SIX CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIASFirstMRIRWILLIAMS
413THREE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIAS. Three distinctive coloursFirstMRIRWILLIAMS
414THREE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIAS - Red and/or crimsonFirstMRIRWILLIAMS
415THREE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIAS - Pink and/or SalmonFirstMRSMIDAVIS
416THREE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIAS - Orange and/or yellowFirstMRKGDAVIS
418THREE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS DOUBLE BEGONIAS - Picotee and/or bi-colourFirstMRKGDAVIS
419ONE CUT BLOOM OF TUBERIOUS DOUBLE BEGONIAFirstMRIRWILLIAMS
420ONE HANGING CONTAINER OF BEGONIASFirstMRPSOURBUTTS
421THREE POTS OF BEGONIA - Rex and/or RhizomatousFirstMRGDANDO
422ONE POT OF BEGONIA - Rex and/or RhizomatousFirstMRGDANDO
423THREE POTS OF BEGONIA - Cane and/or ShrubFirstMRPABURDEN
424ONE POT OF BEGONIA - Cane and/or shrubFirstMRPABURDEN
425TTHREE POTS OF BEGONIA OTHER THAN LARGE TUBEROUS DOUBLEFirstMRGAKEER
426ONE POTS OF BEGONIA OTHER THAN LARGE TUBEROUS DOUBLEFirstMRSMCLIFF
427THREE POTS OF TUBERIOUS BEGONIAFirstMRJBRAWCLIFFE
428ONE POTS OF TUBERIOUS BEGONIAFirstMRJBRAWCLIFFE
432THREE CUT BLOOMS OF TUBEROUS BEGONIASFirstMRSDMWILLIAMS
433ONE CUT BLOOM OF TUBEROUS BEGONIAFirstMRDNSPENCER
450PLANT A BOOT OR SHOEFirstMISSFBCOSLETT- HUGHES
451VEGETABLE CHARACTERFirstMASTEROO'DWYER
452FRUIT JEWELLERYFirstMISSFBCOSLETT- HUGHES
453COLLAGE OF SEEDSFirstMASTERTDCCORCORAN
454MINIATURE GARDENFirstMISSEBELL
455PLANT A BOOT OR SHOEFirstMISSAMCOSLETT
456VEGETABLE CHARACTERFirstMASTERGKORSAK
457FRUIT JEWELLERYFirstMISSRCARR
458COLLAGE OF SEEDSFirstMSBSROBERTS
459MINIATURE GARDENFirstMASTERJOEVANS
460PLANT A BOOT OR SHOEFirstMASTERNSHERRARD
461VEGETABLE CHARACTERFirstMISSKRRIVETT
462FRUIT JEWELLERYFirstMISSKRRIVETT
463COLLAGE OF SEEDSFirstMISSBAEVANS
464MINIATURE GARDENFirstMASTERNSHERRARD

The Severn Marquee

Severn Marquee is home to the various societies, amateur growers plus Bees, Honey and Wine exhibitors. Competition is fierce amongst the amateur growers who provide some wonderful displays. Judging took place on Friday morning before the Show opens.

The Dingle Marquee

Dingle Marquee is home to the popular Floral Art Exhibitors and the WI.

Lecture Theatre

We also had a full and active Lecture Theatre. Go to Whats On for more information.
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