Ebrington & District Gardening Club – Spring Show

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The 2015 Annual Spring Show was held on Saturday 11th April
in Ebrington Village Hall.

The recent spell of warm and dry weather meant that members
managed to find plenty of daffodils and 
narcissi but not many tulips but lots of early shrubs together with some
terrific entries in the two children’s classes

There were over 260 entries this year , which well up on last
year‘s show, from nearly 50 entrants , which is again an increase.  

The results were as follows: –

Silver Vase in memory of Miss Stella Elphick for most points
in Show

– Eric Williams  

Shield for best exhibit in Classes 1-17 – Margaret Smith

Children’s classes:-

Springtime Cup Cakes

Ages up to 9     1st
Raphael MacDonald

Ages 10 – 14    1st
Noah MacDonald

Spring Fever

Ages up to 9    1st
Ralph Purser & Elgan Purser (Joint first)

Ages 10 – 14   1st
Noah MacDonald

Thank you to all the organisers and helpers, to all those who
exhibited, to the judges and to everybody who visited the show in the afternoon

The Annual Summer Show will be held on Saturday 8th
August at Washbrook Barn Ebrington so start getting those flowers and vegetables

Ebrington & District Gardening Club is a very active and
thriving club that is affiliated to the RHS and NVS. It offers a varied
programme of garden visits and talks on garden related topics as well as
holding Spring and Summer Shows.

Annual membership is £5.00 per person and this also entitles
you to discounts on Dobies seeds and with some local garden centres.

For details call Tony Boyse [email protected] 01386 593302

New members will be made very welcome and visitors are also
welcome to attend the visits or events.

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