From the Catholic Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 6th September 2016 10:30am
The Haddenham Horticultural Society hosted its Annual Show in the village hall on Saturday 3rd September, with an impressive range of stunning floral displays, wonderful fruit and veg, and the creative output of many very talented bakers, photographers, home brewers and artists.
As always, judging was taken very seriously, with notes offered to participants to encourage and assist them in their future endeavours.
Winners of the wide range of categories are too numerous to mention here, but some notable achievements were:
Mabel Parkinson Memorial Trophy
For most points gained in all classes in show
Dom Clark + Gramp Mick Penn
Robert G. Green Challenge Cup
Most points in Vegetable Classes
The Pilcher Perpetual Trophy
Most points in Fruit classes
Major Sladen Challenge Cup
Most points in Flower classes: general and roses
Dom Clark + Gramp
Bert Wells Perpetual Trophy
Most points in Dahlia classes
A full list of trophy and special award winners can be seen by clicking on the relevant PDF shown beneath the images on this page.
A huge selection of photographs can be enjoyed in our GALLERIES section.
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