Show attracts village youngsters

PUBLISHED: 17:30 16 August 2012

Megan Binning (10) with her prize winning exhibits.

Megan Binning (10) with her prize winning exhibits.

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A FLOWER show saw budding gardeners and seasoned experts alike compete for green-thumbed honours at the weekend.

Draycott and Rodney Stoke flower and vegetable show saw nine-year-old Jo Chard win first prize in the junior class, while 10-year-old Megan Binning won the children’s middle trophy.

Pat Mears scooped the overall Tony Wheal Memorial Shield prize, with 42 honours given out to gardening enthusiasts in total.

Show secretary Marcus Chantrey said: “The show was well attended and we had an excellent day with glorious sunshine.”


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