Five Ormesby show trophies for Geoff

THE 46th Ormesby Village Show was on par with last year - 294 adult exhibits compared with 292 and children's section entries 65, compared with 75 last year.

THE 46th Ormesby Village Show was on par with last year - 294 adult exhibits compared with 292 and children's section entries 65, compared with 75 last year.

Green-fingered Geoff Freeman won five trophies and Neil and Michaela Dyble presented the prizes. The show ended with an auction of produce by Jim Shrimplin with the total of �55 going to the improvements funds for the Village Centre in Station Road.

Organisers thanked all who helped on the day, behind the scenes and the public for supporting the show. Also to those who donated prizes for the raffle, advertisers in the schedule, Ormebsy Chippy, Fletchers Stores, Rackhams, Dybles Garage, Domestic Plumbing Services and Broadland Nurseries for donating the cup winners prize vouchers.

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Trophy winners:

Sweet Peas (Fenner Cup) Geoff Freeman

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Fuchsia (Shepherd Cup) Geoff Freeman

Flowers (Lawson Cup) Geoff Freeman

Novice Flowers (John Bright Cup) Blanche Lord

Roses (John Piggin Vase) Geoff Freeman

Pot Plant (Jim Shrimplin Cup) Peggy Saunders

Vegetable Root Crop (Alec Batte Award) T Fulcher

Vegetable Top Crop (Radford Cup) Rev Neil Spencer

Potato Exhibit (Andrew Sangster Cup) Julie Trett

Fruit Exhibit (Arthur Allard Cup) Elaine Tolman

Handicraft (Corley Salver) Anne Larter

Decorative (Carter Cup) Margaret Hunt

Cookery (Luke Cup) Jill Farman

Cookery (Sunshine Club Cup) Elfrida Cobbold

Art Exhibit (Graystone Cup) Viv Rainsbury (by public vote)

Novice Vegetable Cup Jill Farman

Novice Decorative Susan Edwards

Junior Under 9 years (Trevor Dyble Trophy) Katja Ruda

Junior over 9 years (Alec Fisher Award) Pryce Brazier

Funny Animal (Sunshine Monster Cup) Mary O'Brien

Show 40 points (Ormesby Garden Club Cup) Geoff Freeman

Top Tray Bernadette Stubbings

See this week's Mercury for the Full Results and Class Winners.

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