The Curry Rivel Flower Show (Sat 12th Aug 2017) was rewarded with a sunny day and the sun shone on the many prize winners; the winners of the various cups were.....
Neville Monk Perpetual Cup — exhibitor with the highest total points in the Vegetable section — Maurice Munn
George Woodrow Perpetual Cup — exhibitor with the highest total points in the Flower section — Neta Chorley
Top Tray — Louisa Wild
Top Vase — Annette Stein
Orchid Cup — William Warren
Mike Fussell Perpetual Cup — exhibitor with the highest points in the Fruit Section — Naomi Powell
Pemberton Perpetual Challenge Cup — exhibitor with the highest points in the Home-Made Cakes, Jellies, Jams, etc section — Lynn Lang
Anne Hembrow Perpetual Cup — winner in the Painting Section — Joan Chapman
United Reformed Church Perpetual Cup — awarded to the child judged to be the overall winner in the Children's Section — Isobel Fisher
Curry Rivel News Cup — Photography Section — Scott Fisher
Men Only Cup — Thomas Jennings
Derek Annett Perpetual Cup — exhibitor with the highest points in the Decorative Section — Tracy Hartland
Children's Section — a prize of £5 each to Isobel Fisher and Josephine Lock
Further photos can be seen in the Flower Show Gallery
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