the reduction of entries, as usual KEH looked at its best during the
LHS Spring 2016 show. The other flowers and flower arrangements contributed
to the wonderful display of colours which emphasised how lovely the
hall can look.
The vegetables also looked as good as ever. The only unfortunate thing
as far as I was concerned is that I was not called upon to judge them
by having them available to cook and eat.
And, whilst on the subject of cooking, I'm glad I wasn't called on to
judge the magnificent cakes etc. as I would have been unable to resist
trying more than just one bite of each goody on display. I even restrained
myself from having a cake with my afternoon tea. However, I'd liked
to have tasted at least one item of food on display so that I could,
if I was allowed to do so, 'wash it down' with a taste Deborah Novotny's
home made drink.
Below are winners of the various classes and best in show.
Tim Richardson - The Daffodil Society Bronze Medal and Certificate
The Fisk Cup
The Lea Cup
all for Tim's daffodils although I think he had to be at his best to
outdo the other wonderful daffodils on display. Each year, there seems
to be more varieties. Having been a previous winner, Tim was excluded
from displaying in classes 1 to 10 and Angela Browne scored the most
points in these classes to win the Daffodil Cup.