‘Truly delightful’ Harvest Fayre and Produce Show at Stockleigh Pomeroy

By Crediton Courier Newspaper   |   Editorial   |
Saturday 2nd September 2017 2:30 pm
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Nine years-old Maya Gill proudly showing her two decorated Wellington boots, at the Stockleigh Pomeroy Harvest Fayre and Produce Show, which won her first and second prizes. Photos: Margaret Tucker

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THE Harvest Fayre and Produce Show at Stockleigh Pomeroy was a great success and a most enjoyable afternoon.

It was co-ordinated Margaret Huntly and Ann Huxtable and helpers. There were 14 classes for adults, and six for children, which produced some excellent entries.

The judges were Sarah and David Fox from Cheriton Fitzpaine.

Results were as follows: Arrangement of Flowers: 1 Jacki Bolt, 2 June Hill, 3 Sue David. Chocolate Cake from recipe provided: 1 Susan Lewis, 2 Susie Fryer, 3 Julie Aur. Jams and Marmalades: 1 Sue Davis, 2 Victoria Smiley, 3 Holly Belsher. Pickles: 1 Rosemary Meikle, 2 Colin Hooper, 3 Millie Gill. Recyled item (new from old): 1 Peter Smiley, 2 Ellie Smith, 3 Rosemary Meikle. Make a Bag: 1 Susan Lewis, 2 June Hill. Potatoes and runner beans: 1 Susan Lewis, 2 George Davey, 3 Colin Hooper. Basket of Vegetables: 1 James Huntley, 2 Susan Lewis, 3 Colin Hooper. For children - Boat made out of recycled materials, which had to be able to float: 1 Joe Bainbridge, 2 Poppy and Nat Hughes, 3 Maya Gill. Meringues: Nat Hughes. Miniature flower arrangement: 1 June Hill, 2 Kath Bainbridge, 3 Margaret Huntley. Decorated wellington boot: 1 and 2 Maya Gill.

The ladies in the kitchen, Ann Huxtable, Margaret Huntley, Jenny Buchanan and June Hill, worked hard throughout the afternoon serving cream teas and delicious cakes.

Ann Huxtable said: “I am delighted that the Harvest Fayre raised £392 and thank everyone for their support.”

A truly delightful village show which attracted a great number of visitors.

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