THACS the way to do it!

PUBLISHED: 11:15 18 September 2010

Mick Lloyd

Mick Lloyd

Archant

MORE than 100 people entered the Tewin Horticultural Arts and Crafts Society’s annual autumn show, making it the largest one yet.

MORE than 100 people entered the Tewin Horticultural Arts and Crafts Society’s annual Autumn Show making it the largest one yet.

On its ninth appearance, the exhibition, held at the Memorial Hall, saw “an amazing” 528 entries in total with a large range of flower arrangements, fruit and vegetable displays, as well as arts and crafts work on show.

“It was the largest show yet, with 111 exhibitors taking part,” a spokesman for the show said.

“The committee worked hard to make the show a success, and would like to thank all those who took part, the judges, all who helped behind the scenes, setting up the show and providing teas and cakes.”

The event, held on Saturday, also included collections of culinary and photography.

The results are as follows:

St Peter’s Church Trophy - Flower Arranging Susan Whitbourn

Carlton Rose Bowl - Flowers Anna Clark

Ivor & Vaughan Williams Trophy - Vegetables & Fruit Mick Lloyd

Shire Park Bowling Club President’s Shield - Horticulture Mick Lloyd

(Flower Arranging, Flowers, and Vegetables & Fruit)

Royal Horticultural Society Banksian Medal - Horticulture Michael Clark

(Flowers, and Vegetables & Fruit)

Friends of Tewin Trophy - Arts & Crafts Diana Whitehead

Nostalgic Photography Trophy Shirley Ashby

Merv Wilson Memorial Trophy - Photography Paul Carter

Memorial Hall Trophy – Culinary Debbie Mills

Tewin Cowper School Parents’ Association Award - Children’s Class Scarlett Christian-Cox

George Humble Crawford Award - Children’s Photography Keir Lockyer-Webb

THACS next event is the Arts and Crafts Fair, also at Memorial Hall on Saturday, October 23, from 10am to 4pm.


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