There was a bumper turn-out at the Calverley Horticultural Society Show in the Methodist Hall on Saturday, with nearly 400 entries, writes Anne Akers.
The show raised £66 for its chosen charity Rodley Nature Reserve, who brought their own display, including a cage of harvest mice.
Trophies were presented by Coun Andrew Carter, CHS Chair. Winners were:
The Edward and Sheila Garnett Trophy for the most points in the Show by a Calverley resident/allotment holder. Deborah Howard (pictured, top).
The J Aubrey Grimshaw Rose Bowl for the best individual exhibit in the Flowers and Vegetables Sections. Malcolm Tordoff
The A Dixon Trophy for the most points in Classes 1-59 for a person who has not previously won any trophy, medal etc. in these classes. Keith Hicks
The C.R.A.G. Rose Bowl for the most points in classes 32, 33, 42, 44 and 57 by a Calverley resident showing the greatest variety in garden flowers. Janet Hemingway
The Alf Parker Rose Bowl for the best Rose in Class 49. Frank Lodge
The Alan Saul Memorial Trophy for the best Gladioli in Class 50. Pat Kelly
The Councillor Wylde Cup for the most points in the Flower Section Classes 31-59, excluding Class 56. Deborah Howard
The Dr N Hughes Cup for the most points in the Vegetable Section – Classes 1-27. Malcolm Tordoff
The National Vegetable Society’s Medal for the best exhibit in Classes 1-27. Malcolm Tordoff
The Bannister Trophy – Calverley Allotment Champion, for best Trug in Class 14. Nathan Crossley
The Scott Trophy for the most points in Classes 60-74. Kirstie Marjoram
The Gibson Wells Trophy for the outstanding exhibit in Classes 85-90. Janice Wedgwood
The Paine Trophy for the best exhibit in Classess 103-105. Janet Sladdin
The Harper Trophy for the best exhibit in Classes 91-93. Gill Evans
The President’s Junior Cup for the best exhibit in Classes 95-100 (except 97 & 98) Lucas Howard-Walker.