'High quality' exhibits at Nailsea's spring show

PUBLISHED: 12:19 11 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:19 11 April 2018

Raiya and Cici Robertson with Reggie Searle and their prize-winning exhibits.

Raiya and Cici Robertson with Reggie Searle and their prize-winning exhibits.

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Daffodils were the stars of the show at Nailsea Horticultural Society's spring display.

Henry and Kathryn Morgan with some of their prize-winning exhibits.Henry and Kathryn Morgan with some of their prize-winning exhibits.

Nailsea School was filled with all the colours of spring as gardeners showed off their blooms.

More than 300 people entered the floral classes and despite difficult growing conditions, judges were impressed with the high quality daffodil displays.

Rodney Veale from Kingston Seymour won several classes and was presented with two National Daffodil Society medals.

A record number of children entered this year with 111 exhibits.

Don Everitt was given a presentation for his support of the show over the years.Don Everitt was given a presentation for his support of the show over the years.

Judges were impressed by the standards on show and visitors enjoyed browsing colourful floral displays, high quality handicrafts, baked goods and photos.

Filton Concert Brass Band provided musical entertainment and refreshments proved so popular exhibitors sliced up their cakes to offer to guests.

Carol Tovell, who won most points in the floral art classes.Carol Tovell, who won most points in the floral art classes.

Emma Hill with a first prize for her handicraft.Emma Hill with a first prize for her handicraft.

Rodney Veale who had a very successful day, winning a raft of trophies.Rodney Veale who had a very successful day, winning a raft of trophies.

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