Gardening group enjoys 30th annual show
A West Norfolk gardening club's work blossomed into a spectacular annual show at the weekend.
Members of the Greenfingers club staged their 30th annual show, which also raised funds for Nelson's Journey, at the Pott Row village hall on Saturday.
Organiser, Cynthia Jackson says more than 100 people attended the show.
She said it was "a great show, with more exhibitors and visitors than ever before."
She would also like to thank all committee members and volunteers who helped to make the event a success.
Prize winners included Andrew Williams, winner of both the best vegetables and best sculpture categories, Tim Cashmore, who won best fruit and best adult photography, and Jenny Haywood who was judged best in the cut flower and horticultural display categories. The overall winner of floral art was Shirley Hyde.
Other winners included Michael De Whalley for best pot plants, Linda Godfrey for best in home produce and Joanne Hayward for best in handicrafts.
Children also got creative, with River Jones and Aimmee Aldridge winning best painting and collage and best photography.
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