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Quality of veg and flowers is clear for all to see

East Ord Village Show

East Ord Village Show

The sun brought out many people to view the exhibits at the East Ord and District Flower and Vegetable Society Show on Saturday, and there was a good selection of items to see.

The number of entries was down but the quality certainly was not. The honours this year were well deserved indeed.

Mary Stebbing carried off five cups for her flowers including the outstanding flower and Ian Buick three for his vegetables, which also included outstanding vegetable.

E. Hepple took Ladies’ Parish Cup with Melanie Lowden-King and Jen Wood also winning baking cups.

Maureen Cranston won most points in the industrial section while Rod Hardy took home the cups for best cookery exhibit for his bread and the gent with most points in the industrial section.

The best photo was won by Beth Thomson for a stunning picture of reflections and the special photography prize to G. Linton.

Best handicraft exhibit went to Katy Telford for a knitted Highland bull.

In the children’s section The Huntly family won three cups and two special prizes while Adam Fawcus won the class for drawing next year’s schedule cover.

Thanks were given Helen Moody, the oldest show supporter and winner of many trophies over the years, who presented cups.

President Brian Mole thanked everyone who supported the show and praised all the entrants, winners or not.

 

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