Springing into showtime
ADELIGHTFUL display of daffodils greeted visitors to a horticultural group’s annual show.
Chartridge Horticultural Society held its Spring Show at Chartridge Reading Rooms on Sunday, April 12.
The 11 daffodil classes were all well supported and there was also a variety of other flowers on display.
Brian Stewart was a winner on the day gaining most points in the daffodil classes, he was also awarded the Chamberlain Trophy.
The show also attracted a high number of entries in the Young Peoples’ classes – namely for Rock Cakes and Baked Dough Animals.
The cookery section also attracted lots of entries with tangy marmalades, luscious lemon drizzles and flavoursome fruit cakes among the goodies on display.
The handicraft categories faired well too, with the Art Trophy won Left,Left six-year-old Charlotte Curran enjoys the fragrance of the blooms at the spring show jointly by Ali Saunders and Don Sutton.
Club member and secretary Margaret Curle, said: “Overall we had a good number of excellent entries.
“Although there were fewer entries in the vegetable classes, this was more than made up in other areas.”
Chartridge Horticultural Society’s next show will be held on Sunday, September 13 at Chartridge Reading Rooms.
Pauline Lamb won a first with her Vase of Garden Flowers at the Chartridge Horticultural Society Spring Show
with her prize-winning baking in the
eight jam tarts category