Lindfield

TIGER ARTS: Lunchtime concerts meeting at Lindfield URC in 2015, August 12th. Jo Kimber and her Jazz Band. We are delighted that Jo is with us again. Her return visit is by popular demand. Lunch to be served from 12.15 in the church hall. The concert will begin at 1.00 o’clock in the church as usual. Admission and lunch free but gifts towards expenses will be gratefully received.

LINDFIELD Horticultural Society: Any members not already aware: LHS has regretfully decided to cancel the Floral Evening on 21st July. Those who have not yet received a full refund on their tickets can do so by contacting Michael Elliott on 01444 483039.

Lindfield Horticultural Society Summer Show: The King Edward Hall was full of wonderful flowers, vegetables and soft fruit for the LHS Summer Show. Visitors were amazed at the height of Neal McNamara’s deep blue delphinium spikes, and the size of the pitchers on George Adams’s Pitcher Plant. But to prove that size is not everything there were eleven teacups with delightful arrangements of garden flowers in them, with the visitors being invited to vote for their favourite one, which was not an easy decision to make. In the end Jane Harding’s entry gained the most votes.
In the Flower Arranging classes there were some stunning entries, which truly were like works of art. Claire Wilson’s interpretation of “Wimbledon” was much admired and unsurprisingly gained her a first prize. Combining flowers, fruit and vegetables were the garden trugs filled with all three, which not only were a visual delight, but also stimulated your appetite. Ian Cooper’s twelve pea pods accomplished the difficult feat of being truly identical, and Tim Richardson showed some superb potatoes.
One of the cookery classes was to decorate a cake to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the LHS. Gill Jones and Glenise Buck each entered such magnificent cakes that the judge could not decide between them, so jointly awarded the first prize as well joint best entry in the cookery classes.
If you have never been to one of our shows try to get to the Autumn Show on Saturday 12th September 2pm to 4.45pm in the King Edward Hall.
Cups And Awards
The Lemmey Cup -Michael & Alison Elliott
The Savill Cup - Ian Cooper
The Don Brooker Fuchsia Cup - Michael Figg
The Gilbert Cup - Rolf Lloyd-Williams
The Thornbery Trophy - Doreen Orton
Royal Horticultural Society’s Banksian Medal - Andrew Harding
The Filmer Cup - Jacqui Essen
The Fruit Cup - Ian Cooper
Blue Riband Of The British Fuchsia Society - Michael Figg
The Keiron James Toys Shield - Sarah Bewick
The Junior Shield - Liam Jolly
The Lhs Junior Cup - Ruth Bewick
Flower Arrangement In A Tea Cup - (Result By Public Vote) - Jane Harding
Best In Show
Vegetable - Andrea Fall
Pot Plant - Michael Figg
Cookery - Gill Jones And Glenise Buck
Handicraft - Jacqui Essen
Fruit - Ian Cooper
Trug - 1st - Andrew Harding, 2nd - Andrea Fall

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