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SUMMER SHOW 2009.


The Point Clear & St Osyth Horticultural Society held their summer show in the Village Hall on Saturday 27th June. It was a fine day outside, a brightness which spilled over into the hall with more than 200 entries in the show, ranging from the obvious display of all varieties of flowers, fruit and vegetables to handicrafts, wine making, cookery entries, preserves, art work, photographs, floral art and a special class for young persons’ to enter from the Toosey Girls Club.

The photograph above was of those members and visitors who were prepared to ‘brave’ the lens at the conclusion of the afternoon.







The surrounding small pictures are intended to give web visitors a flavour of the afternoon and the spread of entries. The two small pictures left and centre below are from the Toosey Girls club. The girls were shown how to create flower arrangement. They then had a go themselves and the results below show what a splendid job they have all done. The Society expressed their thanks to Brenda Lord who both demonstrated her talent and provided the material the girls used. The winner receiving the Muriel Hunt Prize.








Margaret Hearn and Rosie Jackson stationed by the door to collect entrance fees from visitors and to sell raffle tickets, with the prizes all connected in some way with horticulture.


Steve Cole (left) being presented with a cup for the most successful entry of vegetables in the show, by Rev'd Heather Connell, who honoured us all by presenting show winners with prizes. Kevin Jackson (right) was our Master of ceremonies.














Main Prize winners were: Kevin Jackson, best exhibit and most money; Roy Brabbins for best rose; David Chadbourne best fruit; Rosie Jackson best cookery; Jessica Underwood best under12 entry; Steven Cole best vegetable; Dulcie Evans most point in floral art.



Dulcie Evans (right) our Society Chairman, paying tribute to all who had helped to make the show such a success, not forgetting the backroom boys who show after show collect all the tables and bring them to the Hall and afterwards load up their trailer again and return them to storage. In the background is Nicky Underwood our Vice-Chairman sitting at the table spread with cups, shields and trophies.

13/7/09


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