Chrysanthemum Show 2014 success
Silver Award Winner David Heath, Rev. Colin Plenderleith and Bronze Award Winner Peter Everingham
“BUSIER, more competitors, more visitors….” this was how John Newby from the Hedon & District Chrysanthemum Society summed up the 66th Annual Show held at the Alexandra Hall on Saturday (1st November 2014).
As well as beautiful Chrysanthemums, the show also had a vegetables section and crafts, arts and cookery entries.
Over 30 prizes, trophies and certificates were awarded immediately after the event and presented to winners by the Rev. Colin Plenderleith. This year’s winners of the ‘most meritorious exhibit in show’ were David Heath with the Silver Award and Peter Everingham with the Bronze Award.
Photos below by Ray Duffill and Linda Hinchcliffe.
Photo taken by Linda Hinchcliffe of an anemone grown by M K Emson
John Newby Special award leeks
First Prize – J Metcalfe – 1 vase of 3 blooms reflex decoratives – Photo Linda Hinchcliffe
D Heath – 1 vase of 3 blooms intermediate decoratives – Photo: Linda Hinchcliffe
J Backhouse – spider Chrysanthemum – Photo: Linda Hinchcliffe
P J Fowler – 1 vase of 5 blooms – Photo: Linda Hinchcliffe
J Backhouse exhibits
D Heath – 1 vase of 5 incurves blooms
Chrysanthemum Show 2014
K Abel – 4 different kinds of vegetables 1 of each kind – Photo: Linda Hinchcliffe
R B Potter – 3 dressed onions – Photo: Linda Hinchcliffe
Vegetables chrysanthemum show 2014
B M Gosling – First prize any other craft item: Photo: Linda Hinchcliffe