Quality exhibitson show at East Ord
East Ord Flower and Vegetable Show was a success, despite the best efforts of the weather.
There were plenty of exhibitors and a good attendance, considering the monsoon-like conditions.
Entries in the flower and vegetable sections were down on last year but that is always weather-led.
On the other hand the cookery and handicrafts were very well supported and the photography choices proved popular.
The children, once again, showed how talented they were.
The biggest winner of the day was Mary Stebbing with a grand total of six cups for her beautiful flowers. This included the Woolworth Cup for most points in show, the Rose Cup and Vaux Tankard for outstanding exhibit.
Maureen Cranston took home three cups ranging from cookery to photography, taking the rose bowl for most points in the industrial section.
The outstanding exhibit in cookery was awarded to Shona Pigg for her mouth-watering gingerbread while Margaret Stewart was awarded outstanding handicraft exhibit for her crocheted doll.
Parish cups were won by Val Tait and Brian Mole, who also won the Arthur Black Memorial Cup for most points in the vegetable section.
Other cup winners were George Blythe for outstanding vegetable and Anne Douglas for her picture perfect Victoria sandwich, while Rod Hardy was the gentleman with most points in the industrial section.
In the children’s section, siblings Romilly and Reuben Oliver both won cups, while Katie Lowden King was awarded a special prize for her artwork.
The cover image for next year’s schedule class was won by Katana Evans.
President Brian Mole thanked everyone who supported the show, the hard-working committee and helpers, and praised the entrants whether they were winners or not.