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2018 Autumn show winners

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

The autumn show is a competition that encourages residents 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, vegetable, art, jam, chutney and blooms - so plenty of opportunity to win.

Winners

  • Best in show adult - Mr Peter Bird
  • Best in show child - Shefalee Doshi

School wheelbarrow - Seven entries

  • 1st - Guru Nanak 
  • 2nd - Ruislip Gardens 
  • 3rd - Hayes Park
  • Highly commended - Newnham Infant, Hillside Junior, Harefield Infant, Glebe
Category1st place2nd place

3rd place

Fruit

Apples cookingPeter Bird

David Marriott

Ken Wheatley
Apples dessertPeter MitchellPeter Mitchell (no prize -
Just certificate)
Ken Wheatley
Blackberries or hybridBrian LawrenceBob BrayshawNone
RaspberriesPeter BirdMaurice KellyBrenda Gardner
StrawberriesBrenda GardnerPeter WilsonBob Brayshaw
Heaviest appleKen WheatleyBob BrayshawDavid Marriott
Pears dessertKen WheatleyAmanda SimmPeter Wilson
Any other fruitPeter WilsonKatrina ClementsJames Wood

Vegetables

Beetroot globePeter WilsonJanette GrossAnna Chua
Carrots longBob BrayshawBob Brayshaw (no
prize- just
certificate)
Peter Wilson
Carrots otherTerry ClementsPeter WilsonBrian Lawrence
Cucumber grown under glassPeter WilsonPeter BirdBob Brayshaw
Cucumber grown outdoorsEdward EamesPeter WilsonPaul and Richard Smith
Marrows dish of twoPeter WilsonPeter ClementsGeorge Percy
Marrow heaviestBob BrayshawPeter WilsonPat Absolum
Prepared onions under 250gPat AbsolumThora WilliamsPeter Wilson
Onions exhibitionPeter ClementsGeorge PercyPeter Wilson
Peppers sweetPeter WilsonAnna ChuaBob Brayshaw
Peppers hot chilliAnna ChuaPeter BirdPeter Mitchell
Potatoes whitePeter MitchellThora WilliamsPat Absolum
Potatoes otherPeter MitchellPat AbsolumPeter Wilson
Pumpkin heaviestBob BrayshawPat AbsolumGeorge Percy
Shallots under 30mmPeter WilsonGeorge PercyPeter Clements
Shallots over 30mmDavid MarriottPat AbsolumPeter Bird
SweetcornPeter WilsonBrian LawrenceGeorge Percy
Tomatoes small fruitedAmanda SimmMark GreenawayDavid Marriott
Tomatoes largePeter BirdNeil FyfeBob Brayshaw
Trug or basketPeter ClementsBrenda GardnerPeter Wilson
Any other vegetablesPeter WilsonGerald PercyBrian Lawrence
30 herbs three bunchesBrenda GardnerMark GardnerPeter Wilson
31 herb in potBob BrayshawNeil FyfeDavid Hill
Vegetable artMamta ToliaHilary FullerCarole Tuckwell

Children

Children under nine artBeth NewlandPoppie HainesEvie Tarrant
Children under nine handicraftNo entriesNo entriesNo entries
9 to16 artShefalee DoshiEmily LloydSarah Lloyd
9 to 16 handicraftEmily LloydSarah LloydWilliam Mifsud

Jams

Jar jam soft fruitJanette GrossShan BakerKim Overy
Jar jam stoned fruitKen WheatleyKim OveryPeter Wilson
Chutney, pickle or piccalilliPeter BirdKim OveryNina Denis
Four cupcakesDean Curtis-ByeRachel ThomasKatrina Clements

Blooms

   
Chrysanth - one bloomNo entriesNo entriesNo entries
Chrysanth - three blooms    x      xNeil Fyfe
Chrysanths - five single bloomsNo entriesNo entriesNo entries
Dahlia - 6 to 12 bloomsTerry ClementsMargaret McIntosh
Margaret McIntosh
Peter Clements
Dahlia - one bloomAileen FernandesJanette GrossHasmita Doshi
Dahlia one semi cactus/cactusJanette GrossTerry Clements    x
Dahlia five blooms pomponTerry ClementsAileen Fernandes    x
Three blooms bicolourTerry ClementsPeter ClementsMargaret McInstoch
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