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Newark: Collingham Horticultural Produce and Craft Show grows with high number of entrants



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This year’s Collingham Horticultural Produce and Craft Show saw high numbers of entrants, entries and spectators.

David Jennings, secretary of Collingham and District Gardening Association, said: “As usual, the entries maintained their high standard giving the judges a challenge to decide the winners and we would like to thank them for their efforts.

“We would also like to thank everyone for the effort they made in entering, visiting the show and generally supporting the organisers, Collingham and District Gardening Association.”

Ian Roe (right) receiving the Douglas Challenge Cup from Collingham and District Gardening Association chairman, David Tongue. (50976414)
Ian Roe (right) receiving the Douglas Challenge Cup from Collingham and District Gardening Association chairman, David Tongue. (50976414)

Proffitt Shield for best entry vegetables and fruit: Ken Sloan; VPA Challenge Cup most points in that section: Robert Cobb; Garden News Shield for the best entry flowers and plants: Pat Morgan; Douglas Challenge Cup for the highest points in that category and Blunden Cup most points in show: Ian Roe; Best baker: Brenda Musson; Flower and plant arrangement: Jean Solder; Canon Stevens Plate for crafts: Pat Morgan; CDGA Plate for photography and art sections: Ken Sloan.



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