Ottery Gardening Club Autumn show is a hit

PUBLISHED: 14:12 26 September 2010

Ottery flower show at the Institute on Saturday 18th September. Ottery Gardening Club members. Don Dalton with his winning carrot in the Ugly Class.; Picture by Alex Walton. Ref sho 2220-38-10AW

Ottery flower show at the Institute on Saturday 18th September. Ottery Gardening Club members. Don Dalton with his winning carrot in the Ugly Class.; Picture by Alex Walton. Ref sho 2220-38-10AW

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OTTERY St Mary Gardening Club’s Autumn Show proved a hit at the weekend as around 60 people enjoyed more than 200 entries.

Ottery flower show at the Institute on Saturday 18th September. Ottery Gardening Club members. Joan Dalton, Jean Blouet-Smith and Sue Visser; Picture by Alex Walton. Ref sho 2210-38-10AW

Visitors to The Institute on Saturday were treated to a bumper showing of residents’green-fingered exploits. Organisers said they were pleased with the turnout.

Autumn Show results are as follows.

Leslie Stark Memorial Cup (for gaining most points in flower classes): Mr P Kiddle; St Budeaux Cup: Mr B Godfrey; William Gough Memorial Cup (for the best chrysanthemum classes): Mr J Dyer; The Autumn Jubilee Cup (for gaining most points in the rose classes): Mr B Godfrey; Best in Show: Mr J Dyer; Reserve Best in Show: Mr J Dyer; The Salver (for gaining most points in the culinary classes): Mrs H Linton; Royal Hroticultural Society certificates went to Mr J Dyer (Flower Section Classes), Mr B Godfrey (Fruit Section Classes), Mr B Godfrey (Vegetable Classes), Mrs PA Stevens (Culinary Classes), Mr D Stevens (Homecraft Classes); National Dahlia Society’s Silver Medal Certificate: Mr P Kiddle; National Dahlia Society’s Bronze Medal Certificate: Mr P Kiddle; National Chrysanthemum Society’s Certificate: Mr J Dyer; Royal National Rose Society’s Bronze Medal and Certificate: Mr B Godfrey; National Vegetable Society’s Medal and Certificate: Mr B Godfrey; Otter Nurseries Vouchers: Mr B Godfrey.


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