PICTURES: Kingston Seymour holds summer show
- Credit: Archant
All sorts were on show at a village festival at the weekend.
Kingston Seymour held its annual summer show on Saturday and there was a wealth of creations on display.
Judges had a tough task in picking winners across dozens of categories.
There was a mix of classes for villagers to compete in, ranging from treacle tart baking through to woodwork and flower arranging to loaves of bread.
Children were also encouraged to participate too.
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Youngsters were able to showcase decorated pebbles and other craft pieces at the show, which was held inside the village hall.
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