Judges praise high standards at Nailsea flower show

PUBLISHED: 11:00 17 August 2018

Helen Glanville with one her prize winning floral arrangements.

Helen Glanville with one her prize winning floral arrangements.

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Scores of prizes were handed out to keen gardeners and crafters at Nailsea’s summer show.

Jeff and Sue Withers who had a very successful day at the show.Jeff and Sue Withers who had a very successful day at the show.

Nailsea Horticultural Society filled Nailsea School with colour as people showcased their vegetables, flowers, cookery, handicrafts and photos.

There were also a number of classes for children, sponsored by Nailsea Communuity Trust.

Youngsters entered their art work, handicrafts and cookery and judges were impressed by their creativity.

Prizes were awarded in more than 270 classes and live music was provided by the Filton Concert Brass Band.

Kathryn and Henry Morgan with their exhibits and prizes.Kathryn and Henry Morgan with their exhibits and prizes.

Society chairman Martyn Davis said: “About 400 people came to see the show. The standard of entries was high, as always, and we would like to thank everyone who entered, all those who helped to organise the show and everyone who came along.”

Lucy Trump won trophies in the children's photography and handicraft classes.Lucy Trump won trophies in the children's photography and handicraft classes.

Colin Griffin with two of his prize winning exhibits.Colin Griffin with two of his prize winning exhibits.

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