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Cup Winners 2015

Village Show Top Cup (chosen by prize presenter) R. Copping

Gary Cole Memorial Challenge Cup (most points in beginners classes) Caroline Skeates, Delly Barker, Julian Brook and Lynette Chapman

Eileen Goodwin Trophy (for decorative arrangement of garden flowers) Edna Warren

Muriel K Lingley Perpetual Challenge Cup (for decorative arrangement of sweet peas) R. Copping

Flower Arranging Perpetual Challenge Cup (for most points in flower arranging classes) Ingrid McIvor

Major General Gurdon Perpetual Challenge Cup (for one specimen rose) R. Copping

Ivor Marjoram Perpetual Challenge Cup (for three HT roses) R. Copping

Deryck Gray Memorial Perpetual Challenge Cup (for six pansies) Helen Radwell

Steven Muttitt Memorial Trophy (for three globe beetroot) Roy Barker

David Warren Perpetual Challenge Cup (for most points in flower, herb, vegetable and fruit classes) R. Copping

Preserves Perpetual Challenge Cup (for most points in preserves classes) Garry Venn

Baking Perpetual Challenge Cup (for most points in baking classes) Helen Radwell

Andrew Turner Memorial Cup (for Victoria Sandwich in men-only class) Malcolm Cavenagh

Joyce Page Perpetual Challenge Cup (for most points in handicraft classes) Sharon Proctor

Steve Roberts Trophy (for best photograph in show) Adrian Hobbs

Art Perpetual Challenge Cup (for best art in show) Maggi Thompson

Barber Starkey Perpetual Challenge Cup (for most points in over sixties classes) Roy Barker

Children’s cups

Four and under Isobel Pilsworth

Five to seven Jack Turner

Eight to eleven Emmaline Turner 

Twelve to fifteen Abigail Radwell 

Katherine Freeth Playgroup Cup Nellie Snowden


Three new cups are to be awarded in 2016.

The John Farrow Cup has been presented in his memory by his family. A Culpho resident, John was a strong supporter of the show over many years and the winner of many prizes. This cup is being awarded to the winner of class 47, for a collection of vegetables. The family has also sponsored a number of classes with which John was particularly associated.

The Dunnett Cup has been given by Julie Dunnett to encourage the growing of soft fruit and will be awarded to the winner of the most points in classes 50-55, together with a cash prize. Julie is a member of the extended Dunnett family with particular links to Burgh, and like many of her relations has a passionate interest in fruit growing.

The Iain Langdon Trophy was organised by the horticultural Society’s committee to
mark the enormous contribution made by iain as treasurer and main organiser of the
show for many years. This year, at iain’s request, it will be awarded to the person
putting the most entries into the show.