Everything in the garden was lovely

EVERYTHING did not have to come up roses to be successful but there were some top notch specimens at the Co-op Gardening Club Show.The annual event held at the Co-op Education Centre in Ipswich once again attracted the best in blooms, tastiest in vegetables and other gardening and craft classes.

EVERYTHING did not have to come up roses to be successful but there were some top notch specimens at the Co-op Gardening Club Show.

The annual event held at the Co-op Education Centre in Ipswich, once again attracted the best in blooms, tastiest in vegetables and other gardening and craft classes.

The winners were:

Co-op Perpetual Challenge Cup (most points flower and vegetable sections): Mr M Hubbard.


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The Ivy Gill Trophy (most points domestic): Mrs M Baldry.

The Peggy Cole Trophy (best exhibit flowers/vegetables): Mr M Hubbard.

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Walter Woodcock Plaque (best sweet pea exhibit): Mr T Hurren.

The Cliff Scrutton Cup (best floral arrangement): Mrs H Davey.

George Powley Tankard (best flower exhibit): Mr M Hubbard (donated fuchsia class).

Garden Club Trophy (best vegetable): Mr T Hurren.

Garden Club Trophy (best domestic): Mr P Barker.

Garden Club Trophy (best handicraft): Mrs M Goulding.

Malcolm Stiff Memorial Trophy: 1 Mr M Hubbard 351 pts, 2 Mrs H Davey 226 pts, 3 Mrs J Mason 122 pts.

Race Wine Trophy: Mrs M Race.

RHS Banksian Medal: Mr M Hubbard.

Garden News Top Tray: Mr P Barker, Mr J Leggett, Mr E Fuller.

Garden News Top Vase: Mr J Leggett, Mr T Hurren, Mrs H Davey.

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