Full results from Beer Flower Show

PUBLISHED: 15:00 11 August 2013

Beer Flower Show winners proudly holding their trophies

Beer Flower Show winners proudly holding their trophies

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This year’s flower show was the biggest since the current Beer Horticultural Society chairman took her position in 1995.

The event, in the Mariners’ Hall last Thursday, attracted some 506 exhibits, with a large number of children taking part.

Around 220 people visited to see the displays and congratulate the winners, who are listed below.

Day Cup - Bob Passey; Davis Cup - No entries; Laverack Cup - No entries; Mayer Cup - John Lang; King Cup - No entry; Whitney Rose Bowl & Gift from Bay View Craft Shop - Yvonne Hawker; Asquith Cup - Nikky Oswald; Jean Hill Cup - Vic Bartlett; Thorn Cup - Vic Bartlett; Nigel Morton Cup - George Bastone; Golden Jubilee Shield - Chris Singleton; Coronation Cup - Vic Bartlett; Beer Allotment Shield - Bob Passey; Dahlia Cup - Julie Barret; Arthur Miller Cup - John Lang; Gunn Cup - John Lang; Gift from Sidmouth Garden Centre for most outstanding exhibit in classes 73-84 - John Lang; Kenneth Richardson Morton Cup - Nikky Oswald; W. Bastone Cup - Yvonne Hawker; Jean Davies Cup - Vic Bartlett; Best Sunflower Award in Children’s Classes - Fay Rabjohns; Eyles Family Trophy (overall winner in Children’s Classes - Fay Rabjohns; Chambers Cup (Class 106) - Clara Orlando; Chambers Cup (Class 107) - Molly Clinch; Beer Horticultural Society Shields a - Fay Rabjohns, b - Libby Brown, c - Jessica Clinch; Haynes Cup - Lynn Ransom; Self Cup - Julie Barret; May Wakley Cup - Pamela Davis; Sperrin-Meyer Rose Bowl - Yvonne Hawker; Wright Trophy - Audrey Tims; Peter Owen Cup - Bob Passey; Makepeace Cup - Henry Jaggers; Fore Street Cup - Vivian Steer for 2, Brooklyn Villas, Fore Street; Beer Lady with most points in Show - Julie Barret; Wendy Underwood Cup - Mr and Mrs D Rogers; Beer Village Forum Shield - The Dolphin Hotel.


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