2020 Show

This year's Allotment Show was to have been held on Sunday, September 6. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was decided to try a Virtual Show instead. Twenty people entered in the four sections, and they submitted beautiful photographs. Click the links below to view this year's entries, and scroll down to see a list of our winners!

To download this year's NEW SHOW SCHEDULE, please click on the icon.

2020 Show Secretary:

Elin Murphy

elinwm@gmail.com

And now for the winners: Click here for trophy and cup winners

Photography Winners: Click here for Winner's Page

Class Winners:

1: Collection of Any Three Vegetables: Be Laursen (Entry 17)

2: Collection of Any Six Vegetables: Karen Sellars (Entry 2)

3: Collection of Any Three Salad Vegetables: Karen Sellars (Entry 2)

4. Mixed Culinary Herbs: Jenny Kruss (Entry 15)

5-7. My Favourite Vegetable: Bruce Shayler (Entry 3),

Sue Nicholson (Entry 10), & Andy Jones (Entry 19)

8. Longest Rhubarb: Karen Sellars (Entry 2)

10. Longest Carrot: Mick Gerrie (Entry 5)

11. Longest Parsnip: Elin Murphy (Entry 1)

12. Freak or Unusual Vegetable: Carol Norton (Entry 16)

13. Tree-Grown Fruits: Mick Gerrie (Entry 5)

14. Berries: Sue Nicholson (Entry 10)

16-17. My Favourite Fruit: Sue Nicholson (Entry 10)

& Carol Norton (Entry 16)

18. Freak or Unusual Fruit: Sue Nicholson (Entry 10)

19. Annuals: Carol Norton (Entry 16)

20. Perennials: Jenny Kruss (Entry 15)

21. Dahlias: Ming Tang-Evans (Entry 9)

22. Roses: Jenny Kruss (Entry 15)

23. Mixed Flowers: Sue Nicholson (Entry 10)

24-25. Favourite Flowers: Ming Tang-Evans (Entry 9)

& Jenny Kruss (Entry 15)

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • w-googleplus
This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now