Well done to all of the prize winners at the show and a big thank you to our judges.
A special mention goes to the cup and trophy Award Winners:
- Hazel Clark – GHS Industrial Trophy for most points in the Industrial sections.
- Mari Donaldson – GHS Cookery Challenge Cup for most outstanding exhibit.
- Doreen Ash – GHS Ladies Challenge Trophy for most outstanding exhibit in the Handicraft section.
- Hazel Clark – Audrey Mae Traynor Cup for the best hand-knitted exhibit.
- Robert Freeland – Sancta Maria Abbey Cup for best photograph.
- Dougie Clark – GHS Challenge Cup for the most outstanding horticultural exhibit.
- Hazel Clark – J.K.Webster Rose Shield for the best rose exhibit.
- Liz Leather – James Hardie Cup for the best Gladioli exhibit.
- John Sheldon – Smithy Shield for the best Sweet Pea exhibit.
- Dougie Clark – J.K.Webster Shield for best Beetroot.
- Lorraine Hay – Cardinal Gordon Gray salver for best basket of vegetables.
- Sienna Sheldon – Village Show Cup (most points in the Pre-School Children section).
- Katy Freeland – Village Show Trophy (Pre-School Children) for most outstanding exhibit.
- Amy Robertson – Garvald & Morham Community Council Cup (most points in the Ages 5 to 8 section).
- Rachael Aitchison – The Bette Pratt Memorial Quaich (Ages 5 to 8) for the most outstanding exhibit.
- Lauren Aitchison – Tanderlane Cup (for most points in the Ages 9 to 12 section).
- Kieran Jackson – Alice Lawrie Trophy (Ages 9 to 12) for the most outstanding exhibit.
- Elisa Blasi – GHS Trophy (most points in the Teenage Section).
- Elisa Blasi – Special Prize of £5 (Teenage Section) for the most outstanding exhibit.
- Victoria Freeland – Floral Art Trophy for most points in Floral Art section.
- Robin Bellamy – Cameron Cup for Best Floral Art exhibit.
- Lorraine Hay – GHS Salver for most points in show.
- Carrie Ferguson – Hobbs Cup for Best Garden in Garvald on the day of the show.
Next year we are looking for more entrants in the Best Garden category. Such a good show (despite the poor summer weather) should provide the encouragement needed to get us all planning ahead. Fingers-crossed for more sun next summer… We look forward to seeing your horticultural successes in August 2013.