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2015 Autumn show winners

Hillingdon Council is pleased to announce the winners of this years autumn show.

The autumn show is where residents are encouraged to exhibit their locally grown produce.

All residents of the borough, regardless of their gardening experience were eligible to enter this free competition. We are particularly keen to get younger residents involved with a dedicated children's section for under 16 years.

The competition had classes for fruit and vegetable - so plenty of opportunity to win a prize which includes gardening equipment, garden centre gift vouchers and Royal Horticultural Society books.

For anybody who was not able to collect their prize on the day a letter, voucher and rosette/certificate will be sent to you.

Sara-Lowe        Sara-Lowe                                    Anna-Chua-100x67

Sara Lowe - First prize for Vegetable artwork                                         Anna Chua - for Best in Show - Trug of basket of vegetables

Cooking applesDavid MarriottPaul and Richard SmithPeter Mitchell
Apples dessertRhys JaggarBrenda GardnerPeter Mitchell
BlackberriesBrenda GardnerBrian LawenceKenneth Wheatley
RaspberriesPaul and Richard SmithAnna Chua 
Apple, heaviestKenneth WheatleyTony WalshAnna Chua
Pears, dessertAnna ChuaKenneth Wheatley 
Open class, fruitMorag CampbellAlan WalshAnna Chua
Beetroot, GlobeAnna ChuaBrian LawrencePaul and Richard Smith
Carrots, long Alan Ellingham 
Carrots, otherDean Curtis-ByeRhys JaggarAlan Ellingham
Cucumber Kenneth Wheatley 
Marrow, dish of twoTony WalshPeter MitchellKenneth Wheatley
Marrow, heaviestAnna ChuaMiss R PriorAlan Walsh
Onions, under 250gHarry DixonBrian LawrenceRhys Jaggar
Onions, over 250gHarry Dixon  
Peppers, sweetPeter MitchellDavid Hill 
Peppers, hot (Chilli)Tony WalshPeter Mitchell Anna Chua
Potatoes, whitePeter MitchellRhys JaggarKenneth Wheatley
Potatoes, other than whitePeter MitchellRhys JaggarBrian Lawrence
Pumpkin, heaviestGerald PercyBrian LawrenceGraham T Horn
Shallots, 6 over 30mmAnna ChuaDavid MarriottHarry Dixon
Shallots, 6 under 30mmDavid Marriott  
Sweet cornPeter MitchellKenneth WheatleyAnna Chua
Tomatoes, mediumWayne GarrardRhys JaggarBrenda Gardner
Tomatoes smallWayne GerrardBrian LawrenceHarry Dixon
Trug or basket of
Anna ChuaDavid Hill Brenda Gardner
Open class, vegetablesKenneth WheatleyPeter MitchellKhasru Miah
Herbs, three bunchesMark GardnerBrenda GarnerAnna Chua
Herb, grown in a potWayne GarrardAnna ChuaBrenda Gardner
Vegetable artSara LoweClare PotterClaire Herman
Under 9's Cress in a dishLamiah MukadamBen HandleyJessica Handley
Over 9's Vegetable ArtEmily LloydHannah WilsonBen Handley
Over 9's Cress in a dishOlivia ThomEmily Jones 
Over 9's vegetable artSarah LloydCatherineSummer (7th Northwood
Jam, soft fruitBrenda GardnerNina DenisHelen Cope
Jam, stoned fruit Anna Chua 
Chutney, pickle or piccalilliHelen CopeNina Denis Anna Chua
Floral artNatalie Lynch - Flower siteSarah Riley - Simply flowers 
Best in show
Trug of basket of vegetables
Anna Chua  


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