Prizes on of­fer at an­nual show

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DOZENS of peo­ple paid a visit to the an­nual Prest­bury Vil­lage Show.

Peo­ple en­tered a va­ri­ety of pro­duce into a range of prize classes from early morn­ing which were then judged be­fore the show of­fi­cially opened in the af­ter­noon.

Mary Hin­dle, a com­mit­tee mem­ber of Prest­bury Gar­den­ing Club, said: “The dry weather meant the flower ex­hibits were un­spoilt and the dahlias and roses were par­tic­u­larly well pre­sented as were the beau­ti­ful flower ar­range­ments.

“Vegetables and fruits were also in abun­dance and the high stan­dard of hand­i­crafts, home­made jams, chut­neys, cakes and bis­cuits made the judges’ task quite a chal­lenge.” “The chil­dren’s sec­tion was also very well sup­ported and imag­i­na­tive an­i­mal mod­els had been made from ev­ery­thing from a lob­ster to an ele­phant. In­cred­i­bly they had all be­ing made from vegetables and fruit.”

The chil­dren’s art work was dis­played through­out the day and the win­ners re­ceived their prizes from the Rose Queen and Rose­bud at the end of the show.

●● Dozens of peo­ple paid a visit to Prest­bury’s an­nual Vil­lage Show

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