Sunday, 18 November 2018

Woman takes cup for most points in show for third time in four years

JACQUELINE WILKINS once again won the most titles at Goring Village Greenfingers’ ninth annual spring show.

JACQUELINE WILKINS once again won the most titles at Goring Village Greenfingers’ ninth annual spring show.

She took home the Davis Cup for most points in show and came top in eight individual classes. Six were for her flowers and the other two were for cookery.

Mrs Wilkins, of Clevemead, Goring, previously won the trophy in 2013 and 2014.

An Easter bonnet by Doreen Lawrence was named the best adult entry while a vase of hellebores with five stems by Chloe Coutts was best in the children’s category.

Sunday’s event at the village hall included a plant sale and there were refreshments available throughout the day. Patricia Bradstock, chairwoman of Greenfingers, said: “It was good that we chose the Easter Saturday because it provided a good theme for the show.



“We had slightly fewer entries than last year but the standard was very high and our judges found it difficult to pick the best daffodils.

“We wondered whether anyone would turn up because the weather was so poor but it was very busy.”

The full results were as follows:

Davis Cup for most points in show — Jacqueline Wilkins

Best exhibit in show, adult — Doreen Lawrence

Best exhibit in show, children — Chloe Coutts

Specimen bloom of trumpet daffodil — Jenny Emerton

Specimen bloom or stem of narcissus — Jenny Emerton

Vase of trumpet daffodils, three blooms — Phil Robson

Vase of narcissi, three blooms — Margaret Robson

Vase of narcissi with more than one bloom per stem, three stems — Jacqueline Wilkins

Vase of miniature daffodils or narcissi, three stems, one variety — Jacqueline Wilkins

One specimen bloom of tulip — Jacqueline Wilkins

Vase of tulips, three blooms, mixed or single variety — Chris Houston

Vase of hellebores, five stems — Chloe Coutts

Vase of muscari, five stems — Chris Houston

Vase of polyanthus, five stems — Jacqueline Wilkins

Vase of primroses, five stems — Jacqueline Wilkins

Vase of violas, five stems — Phil Robson

Vase of any other flower, one kind, colour variation allowed, five stems — Jim Thomas

Vase of spring flowers with own foliage, excluding shrubs, five stems — Sally Alder

Vase of flowering trees or shrubs, mixed, five stems — Sally Alder

Pot or bowl of any flowering plant(s) — Pat Bradstock

A spring posy, tied, in a glass — Jacqueline Wilkins

Rhubarb, three sticks, any variety — Jim Thomas

Any other vegetable, any number — Jim Thomas

One jar of orange marmalade — Jacqueline Wilkins

Six decorated Easter cup cakes — Margaret Robson

One Simnel cake, baked in a round tin with topping — Margaret Robson

One carrot cake — Jacqueline Wilkins

Miniature garden for children aged 10 or under — Alexandra Kenney

Easter bonnet, adult — Doreen Lawrence

Easter bonnet, children — Alexandra Kenney



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