Villagers turn out in numbers for horticultural show
PUBLISHED: 12:00 08 October 2017
Top-quality plants, vegetables and cakes were on show in North Somerset village this week at a well-attended village show.
Congresbury Horticultural Society’s autumn show was held at the Old School Rooms, in Station Road, on Saturday, with lots of entries from green-fingered villagers.
Les Howard drew a lot of attention for his exhibit of unusual swan-necked squashes.
Top-quality floral entries were submitted by Shelia Jones and Penny Baker, who both one first prize in their respective categories.
Young Emily Johnston was one of the star performers in the children’s classes, winning prizes for her cakes and photography.
Horticultural society secretary Janet Edwards said: “The show was very successful.
“We were very pleased with the number of people who came along and, considering the weather, the quality of entries was very good.”