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SPRING FLOWER SHOW
A blaze of glorious colour




The picture above shows some of those attending the Spring Flower Show that was held on Saturday 10th April 2010.  It was expected that in view of the very poor weather conditions prevailing during the previous few months, many plants and shrubs would be well behind in growth terms.
Some people even thought that there would be little of substance to display, but in the event we had an excellent show, with the daffodils benefiting to some extent, from the delayed season.

Dulcie Evans our Society Chairman expressed herself amazed at the quality and number of entries on display


















The above pictures show a snapshot of some of the floral entries but I could not resist adding in the wines and preserves displayed on the home-crafts table along with cookery items such as cakes, flans, scones etc.









From the Left: Cllr Talbot; Dulcie Evans, Chairman; Kevin Jackson, Treasurer;
Nicky Underwood, Vice Chairman and Secretary; Christine Harman, Show Secretary.

Councillor Michael Talbot, who serves on both the Parish and District Councils was asked to present the prizes. He said how pleased he was to be invited to perform this most pleasant task as he always found it a pleasure to attend the shows and being asked to present the prizes, was the icing on the cake, for this particular days event.

He said it always struck a chord with him, in a village where the name St Osyth predominates, that the Horticultural Society’s name was the Point Clear and St Osyth Society, putting Point Clear at the front



















Major Trophy Prize winners were:
Mr. Ray Bennett,
Mrs. Joe Cole,
Mrs Chris Higgins,
Mr Kevin Jackson,
young Laura Ranson,
Mrs Rosemary Roberts and
Mr Graham Underwood. (who took the photographs of prizes being presented)

A good show, enjoyed by all those participating or merely visiting us for the day.
Dulcie Evans paid tribute to all those working behind the scenes; those manning the canteen, those at the welcome (and buy raffle tickets) table, those on the plant sales stall, those who collect the entry fees and those preparing the exhibit cards, those sorting out and collecting in presentation order the prize envelopes and all others she may have missed out of her list. She reserved special thanks to the men who collect by tractor, the tables from their storage barn, bring them to the hall and helping to erect them, only to do the reverse at the conclusion of the afternoon – thank you all!

26/4/10.
M.J.T.



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