Growers take prizes for produce
11:00am Sunday 8th September 2013 in Latest News
Villagers lined up the best of their produce for Cherhill’s 31st annual show.
The contest in the village hall attracted 388 entries from 51 people and was marked by six independent judges on Saturday.
It was open to those who are part of a local group in Cherhill and businesses in Lower Compton.
There were categories for fruit, vegetables and crafts, and first prize winners included a cake featuring Peter Rabbit in a vegetable patch, made by Lynda Rumming, which won the novelty cake section.
The best in the show went to a bicycle with pink and yellow flowers growing out of a basket on the front.
David Evans, who has helped organise the event since 1979, said: “It was a very good turnout, higher than usual. The judges said the standard was very high.”
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