Huddersfield's Flower Vegetable and Handicraft Show results

THERE were hundreds of entries for this year's Flower, Vegetable and Handicraft Show in Greenhead Park, Huddersfield.

THERE were hundreds of entries for this year's Flower, Vegetable and Handicraft Show in Greenhead Park, Huddersfield.

The event included the Yorkshire Gladiolus Society Early Show, the Huddersfield Allotment Gardens Federation Show and the Huddersfield and District Fuchsia Society Show.

Displays included floral pieces by Kirklees Council's Leisure Services and Huddersfield Flower Club.

The event also included wine and beer, children's crafts and embroidery.

Here are the results:

TROPHY WINNERS

Brook Trophy A Goddard, Boots Trophy A Goddard, Shaw Trophy Margaret Fearnley, Arnold Trophy Mrs Margaret McNair, Huddersfield Flower Club Trophy Susan Wrigley.

Jordan TrophyMrs Jill Morrell, Jessie Crowther Rose Bowl Mrs Jill Morell, Tolson Trophy A Goddard, H Berry Cup J Knight, John Armitage Trophy Ian Ramage.

Gerald Greenwood Trophy B Beaumont, Armitage Garden Centre Trophy D Telford, WRVS Trophy Mrs M Willoughby, Forshaw Trophy Mrs M Borwell, Joan Hughes Trophy Lowerhouses School.

Vera Coletta Trophy Rebecca Fair- bank, National Vegetable Society Silver Medal Ian Ramage, Huddersfield Allotments and Gardens Golden Plate Norma Haigh.

David Willoughby Trophy Joan Hughes, Norma Haigh Silver Salver Mrs Jill Morell, Frank Roebuck Trophy Ian Ramage, Whitaker Cup Mrs M Goldthorpe.

CLASS WINNERS

Basket of mixed vegetables H A Wray, Broad beans, dish of six pods G Riding, Dwarf beans, dish of six pods Mr A Goddard, Beetroot, round, dish of three, as grown John Walker.

White cabbage, over one pound, to be cut H A Wray Carrots (as grown) three, other than long Mr A Goddard, Carrots (as grown) three long Mr A Goddard, Cauliflower R Jackson, Leeks, three blanched K Birkby, Marrow, one F Dixon.

Onions (flat with tops), three Bruce Heath, Peas, dish of six pods, any variety Mr Derek Roscow, Potatoes (round), four H A Wray, Potatoes (white kidney), four K Birkby, Potatoes (coloured kidney), four Mr Derek Roscow.

Shallots, dish of six, exhibition Mr A Goddard, Runner beans, six pods H A Wray, Tomatoes, dish of four F Dixon, Cucumber Mr A Goddard, One red cabbage (to be cut) Robert Radley, Collection of six kinds of vegetables from classes 1-22. Mr A Goddard.

Vase of flowers, any size vase Mr K Emson, Tuberous begonia, three pots D L Telford, Tuberous begonia, flowering in pot Harold Clough, Vase of sweet peas, 12 spikes J Knight, Vase of early flowering spray chrysanthemums M K Emson, Vase of six carnations, any variety Mr M Peaker.

Dahlias, three decorative small T Depledge, Dahlias, three decorative medium John Walker, Dahlias, three medium cactus and/or semi-cactus T Depledge, Dahlias, three small cactus and/or semi-cactus T Depledge, Dahlias, one large or giant of any cultivar John Walker.

One rose as grown Mrs Jill Morell, Vase of three roses, HT Mr F Clegg, Vase of floribunda roses Mr F Clegg, Six pansies and/or violas, vase or board S Charlesworth, Man's buttonhole, own foliage, no wires Susan Wadsworth, Vase of asters, five blooms Norma Haigh.

One pot plant, foliage Mrs M S Whitehead, One pot plant, bloom (excluding begonias) John Walker, Vase of phlox, five stems Mr P Smith, One cactus Master Matthew Peers, One succulent Master Matthew Peers, One plant of zonal pelargonium, max pot 6in J Knight, One plant of regal pelargonium, max pot 6in J Knight.

One plant of variegated or ornamental leaf pelargonium, max pot 6in Mr F Clegg, One plant of dwarf pelargonium, dwarf pots not to exceed 4.5in David Hardcastle, One plant miniature pelargonium, miniature pots not to exceed 3.5in David Hardcastle.

Arrangement of pelargonium or geranium blooms with any fresh foliage S Charlesworth, Arrangement of pelargonium or geranium blooms with any fresh foliage S Charlesworth, One plant of angel pelargonium, max pot size 5in David Hardcastle, Vase of six pinks, any cultivar Ken Liversedge.

One cake (decorated) E Pyrah, 1lb jar of marmalade A Fenn, 1lb jar of jam, any variety D Horton, 1lb jar of jelly Mrs M S Whitehead, 1lb jar of lemon curd Mrs M S Whitehead, 1lb jar of pickles, piccalilli or chutney Mrs M S Whitehead, Quiche Mrs M Borwell, Date and walnut loaf Mrs M S Whitehead, Plate of four scones Christine Parker, Apple pie Mrs P Peaker.

Cheese and wine, any type Mr D Borwell, White wine (dry) Mrs M Collinson, Red wine (dry) Mrs M Borwell, White wine (sweet) Mrs M Borwell, Red wine (sweet) Mrs M Borwell, Pint bottle bitter beer Bruce Heath, Pint bottle lager Bruce Heath, Pint bottle dry stout Maureen Heath.

Piece of hand embroidery in cross stitch Mrs P James, Any other hand- embroidered article Mrs Jill Morrell, Piece of hand embroidery, canvas work Eleanor Pyrah, Small pieces and sets Jennifer Heatherhill Soft furnishings Mrs Jill Morrell, Hand-knitted goods Mrs A Morrow.

Crochet, hairpin, tatting and laces Margaret Watson, Any other work Mrs M Goldthorpe, Any miscellaneous item of work (senior citizens) J Fair- bank, Embroidery (senior citizens) Eleanor Pyrah, Embroidery, crochet or knitted work (people with physical disability) M Willoughby, Wood or basketwork (people with disability) Ian Langton.

Exhibit Flowers in Their Splendour Margaret Fearnley, Great Gardeners Joan Ford, Hats for Ascot Joan Ford, Pot Pourri Mrs M McNair, Wine and Roses Susan Wrigley.

Basket of mixed vegetables I Ramage, Golden collection of flowers or vegetables or both Norma Haigh, Peas, dish of six pods over 4in Michael Haigh, Peas, dish of six pods 4in and under R Jackson, Potatoes, four white, I Ramage, Swede, two with roots trimmed and 4in tops I Ramage. Potatoes, four coloured I Ramage, One cabbage as grown I Ramage, Leeks, three blanched I Ramage.

Gladioli B Beaumont, Vase of sweet peas, seven stems R Jackson, One pot plant Mrs P Jackson, One cucumber Mr M Peaker, Tomatoes, dish of four Les Jackson, Broad beans, dish of six pods 2 I Ramage Dwarf beans, dish of six pods Mr M Peaker, Onions, three complete with tops P Birkinshaw, Onions, three dressed not exceeding 8oz H A Wray.

Beetroot, three trimmed, 3in from crown Ian Ramage, Shallots, dish of six R Jackson, One red cabbage, to be cut, over 8oz H A Wray, One cauliflower R Jackson, Carrots, three trimmed 3in from top I Ramage, Any other vegetable Robert K Radley, Collection of any four vegetables I Ramage, Heaviest onion, as grown I Ramage.

FUCHSIA CLASSES

Three plants, any cultivar (pot 3.5in) Mr M Stables, Three plants, any cultivar, (pot 5/5.5in) Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant, any cultivar, (3.5in) Mr M Stables, One plant, any cultivar (4/4.5in) Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant, single or semi-double, (5/5.5in) D Hardcastle, One plant, double (5/5.5in) Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant, single or semi-double (6.5in) D Hardcastle, One plant, double (6.5in) D Hardcastle, One plant, any cultivar, any size Mrs L Hinchliffe.

One plant with variegated/ornamental foliage Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant, encliandra type, any size, Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant of a species and sub-species and variants Mrs L Hinchliffe, One hanging pot A Crabtree, One plastic hanging container A Crabtree, One wire basket, fuchsias only Mr J Utley, One half-basket, fuchsias only A Crabtree, One plant, triphylla or triphylla type Mrs L Hinchliffe.

One quarter standard A Crabtree, One mini-standard Mr M Stables, Unusual containerof fuchsias Mrs E Walker, One patio urn, any number plants/cultivars Mrs E Walker, Six open fuchsia flowers, any cultivar Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant pot, any number plants same cultivar Mrs L Hinchliffe.

One or more plants, same cultivar trained in any shape Mrs L Hinchliffe, Slipper containing fuchsias/foliage Mrs L Hinchliffe, Two single branches fuchsia, same cultivar Mrs L Hinchliffe.

One fuchsia, any cultivar trained as bonsai Mrs L Hinchliffe, One plant, any cultivar (12-17yrs) T Grindrod, One plant, any cultivar (up to 11 years) Katie Armitage, Beginners: One plant, maximum 3.5in S Gray, One plant, single or semi-double maximum 4in to 5/5.5in K Riley.

One plant, double maximum 4in to 5/5.5in K Riley, Novice: One plant, maximum 3.5in R Hulme, One plant, single or semi-double maximum 4in to 5/5.5in K Riley, One plant, double maximum 4in to 5/5.5in R Hulme.

Brownies collage Olivia, One plant, triphylla or triphylla type Mr F Clegg.

CRAFTY KIDS

Under sevens: Flowers in a cup and saucer Georgina Baldwin, Garden painting Sophie, Miniature garden Tom Charlesworth, Puppy potato Katie Amitrano, Bits and pieces Katie Amitrano.

Children aged eight to 13: Flowers in a cup and saucer J McMahon, Garden painting Miss Samantha Johnson, Miniature garden Shona Lucitt, Puppy potato Joel McMahon, Birthday buns Lucy Hoyle, Bits and pieces Rebecca Fairbank.

 

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