GALLERY: Stunning flowers and delicious vegetables at Redhill Harvest Fair

PUBLISHED: 11:00 07 September 2018

Colin Young got 1st for his runner beans
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18

Colin Young got 1st for his runner beans Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

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Perfectly ripe vegetables and colourful flowers filled a North Somerset village hall during an autumnal fair last weekend.

Colin Young got 1st for his runner beans
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18Colin Young got 1st for his runner beans Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

The Redhill Village Hall and Club once again hosted its annual harvest fair on Saturday.

People prepared over the summer growing their best fresh produce and most beautiful flowers to vie for the coveted first place ribbon.

Trevor Cleeves took home top prize for his box of delicious looking vegetables while Dawn Lee got best in show for her tomatoes and red onions.

It was not just adults who entered the competition though, youngsters of all ages put forward their work for judgement.

Dawn Lee got best in show for her tomatoes and red onions
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18Dawn Lee got best in show for her tomatoes and red onions Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

People also enjoyed tea, coffee, cake and a delicious ploughman’s lunch as well as a raffle and face painting.

There was also a knock-out boules competition which saw competitors battle for the £25 cash prize.

Trevor Cleeves with his winning box of veg
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18Trevor Cleeves with his winning box of veg Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

Trevor Cleeves with his winning box of veg
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18Trevor Cleeves with his winning box of veg Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

Gerry Cleeves with her flowers in a handbag
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18Gerry Cleeves with her flowers in a handbag Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

Gerry Cleeves with her flowers in a handbag
Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show
02,09,18Gerry Cleeves with her flowers in a handbag Redhill village Harvest fair, flower and produce show 02,09,18

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