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2019 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 - Terry Clements
  • Best in show child - Jasmine Nockles

Gardeners trousers

  • 1st - Newnham Infant and Nursery School 
  • 2nd - Guru Nanak (Junior)
  • 3rd - Glebe School gardening club
Category1st place2nd place

3rd place

Fruit

Apples cookingPeter Bird

Peter Mitchell

Andrew Walsh
Apples dessertRhys JaggerDavid MarriottPat Absolum
BlackberriesBrenda GardnerPeter WilsonBob Brayshaw
RaspberriesPeter BirdJanette GrossMaurice Kelly
StrawberriesBob BrayshawPeter WilsonNo award
Heaviest applePeter BirdPeter ClementsGeorge Percy
Pears dessertKen WheatleyBob BrayshawPeter Wilson
Any other fruitM GreenawayPeter BirdJames Wood

Vegetables

Beetroot globePeter WilsonGeorge PercyPeter Clements
Carrots longTerry ClementsPeter ClementsNo award
Carrots otherDavid SaundersDean ByePeter Bird
Cucumber grown under glassBob BrayshawPeter BirdBrian Lawrence
Cucumber grown outdoorsPeter WilsonEdward EamesMarcin Madja
MarrowsPeter MitchellAlana WalshPat Absolum
Heaviest marrowBob BrayshawPeter WilsonPat Absolum
Prepared onions under 250gPeter WilsonPat AbsolumNeil Fyfe
Prepared onions over 250gPeter BirdPeter ClementsBrian Lawrence
Peppers sweetPeter WilsonPeter MitchellBrian Lawrence
Peppers hot chilliPeter BirdBob BrayshawPeter Mitchell
Potatoes whiteDavid SaundersPeter MitchellNeil Fyfe
Potatoes otherDavid SaundersNeil FyfePeter Mitchell
Pumpkin heaviestBob BrayshawGerald PercyPat Absolum
Shallots under 30mmPeter WilsonNeil FyfePat Absolum
Shallots over 30mmBob BrayshawPat AbsolumPeter Wilson
SquashPeter BirdBrian LawrenceRhys Jaggar
SweetcornGeorge PercyNeil FyfeBob Brayshaw
Tomatoes smallPeter WilsonPeter ClementPeter Bird
Tomatoes mediumMark GreenawayMark GardnerEdward Eames
Tomatoes largeBob BrayshawMaurice KellyKen Wheatley
Trug or basketBrenda GardnerBrian LawrencePeter Clements
Any other vegetables APat AbsolumTony WalshJames Wood
Any other vegetables BGeorge PercyPeter WilsonBob Brayshaw
Herbs 3 bunchesMark GreenawayBrenda GardnerAnna Chua
Herbs in a potPeter ClementsBob BrayshawAlan Walsh
Vegetable artHayes Library Gardeners ClubNeil O'ConnorJean Viner

Children

Children under nine artJasmine NocklesAmelia ParkinsonDarcie Parkes
Children under nine handicraftYasminaEmma SLucy B
Over 10 artSarah LloydNo awardNo award
Over 10 handicraftOlivia ONatalia HEmily Lloyd

Jams

Jar jam soft fruitHelen BirdBrenda GardnerShan Baker
Jar jam stoned fruitAnna ChuaRachel ThomasHelen Bird
Chutney, pickle or piccalilliRachel ThomasHelen BirdNina Denis
4 cupcakesRachel ThomasNeil O'ConnorHelen Bird

Blooms

Chrysanth - large exhibitNo awardNo awardKen Wheatley
Chrysanth - 3 bloomsNo awardNo awardKen Wheatley
Chrysanth - container displayAnna ChuaKen WheatleyTerry Clements
Chrysanth - pomponNo awardNo awardAnna Chua
Dahlia - 6 to 12 bloomsTerry ClementsMargaret McIntoshAileen Fernandes
Dahlia - giant decorativeTerry ClementsAileen FernandesMargaret McIntosh
Dahlia - giant cactusAileen FernandesJanet StephensonTerry Clements
Dahlia - pomponTerry ClementsAileen FernandesMargaret McIntosh
Dahlia bi-colouredTerry ClementsJanet StephensonAileen Fernandes

 

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