Slideshow: Mepal Annual Show
MEPAL S 36th annual show was held on Saturday at the village hall. Ernie Barlow, of the produce show committee said there were fewer entrants than last year but the same number of entries. The exhibits were of a very high standard, according to the judg
MEPAL'S 36th annual show was held on Saturday at the village hall.
Ernie Barlow, of the produce show committee said there were fewer entrants than last year but the same number of entries.
"The exhibits were of a very high standard, according to the judges," he added.
Prizes were awarded by BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Peter Jackson and the day finished with an auction of the remaining produce.
Best front garden: Honore Goodjohn
- 1 See inside this £1.7m country house with its own lake near Ely
- 2 Weekend closure for A142 for bridge works between Ely and Chatteris
- 3 Inside the £165,000 luxury river boat for sale in the Fens
- 4 Village toasts Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a memorable touch
- 5 Coach shocked as girls football idea goes from strength to strength
- 6 Princess Anne unveils new 'national treasure' Jubilee table in Ely
- 7 ‘If it wasn’t for NICU I possibly wouldn’t be here today’ - Darren fundraising for Addenbrooke's
- 8 See inside this Grade II listed former pub with self-contained annexe
- 9 Iceland offers over 60s discount on shopping bill every week
- 10 Table made from 5,000-year-old oak tree to be unveiled at Ely Cathedral in honour of The Queen
Best garden feature: Pam Parkes-Pfeil for
Vegetables: Don Francis Vegetables, most points in the vegetable and flower Most Marrow: Don Francis
Tomatoes: Don Francis
Runner beans: Don Francis
Roses: Don Francis
Flowers and floating flowers: Ann Taylor
Children's Class A: Riley Phillips
Children's Class B: Nikita Gregory
Fruit: David Stazicker
Preserves and Cooking: Ernie Barlow
Art and Craft: Kathleen Smith
Children under five: Robert Allan
Children Group 2: Bailey Paine
Eyecatcher Cup (most points for a newcomer): Ann Taylor
Prize Draw winners: David Stazicker, Ernie Barlow, Conner Meads, Fred Skinner, Joyce Harknett, Brenda Rignal, Derek Martin, Phylis Sculthorpe, Lorna Delanoy, Dorothy Flack, Pauline Philips and Albie Slough.