Results 2013

Sheep Dogs

  Class First Second Third
  Invitation Sheep Dog Trial A Hunter & Jess A Hunter & Gayle B Swinbank & Nell
  Invitation Sheep Dogs Trial - best run by a novice P Rigby & Nell    
  Dogs (Open) - Rough Coated B Swinbank & Fenn    
  Dogs (Open) - Smoother Coated J Edgar & Jess    
  Beezy Salver for Best Type in Dogs (Open) B Swinbank & Fenn    

Quoits

  Class First Second Third
  Quoits Stephen Calvert Kevin Spooner Jonny Cockeral

Fancy Dress

  Class First Second Third
  Fancy Dress under schoolage Alex Shepherd Jessica Dawes  
  Fancy Dress 5-7 years Simon Rigby    
  Fancy Dress 8 years & over      
  Group Fancy Dress Amber Williams    
  Whitehead Cup for Overall Winner in Fancy Dress Simon Rigby    

Fell Race

See the BOFRA website for the full results of the fell race.

  Class First Second Third
  Open Primary Fell Race - boys under 12 years James Metcalfe Mathis Schechterman Reuben Quel
  Open Primary Fell Race - girls under 12 years Keera Nelson Chloe Capstick Alice Fawcett
  Baldwin Trophy for First Home Under 12 Living in District James Metcalfe    
  Open Junior Fell Race - boys under 14 years Thomas Nelson Robert Lambert James Calvert
  Open Junior Fell Race - girls under 14 years Imogen Burrow Emily Schuchterman Natasha Hill
  Wilf Scott Trophy for First Home Under 14 Living in District James Calvert    
  Open Fell Race - boys under 17 years no entry no entry no entry
  Open Fell Race - girls under 17 years Ellie Lambert Hannah Newbold  
  R Daykin Trophy for First Home Under 17 Living in District not awarded    
  Open Fell Seniors Shaun Godsman Ted Mason Jack Simpson
  Open Fell Seniors - Ladies Caroline Lambert Hazel Robinson Kirsty Hall
  Midwood Trophy for Senior First Competitor Home Living in District Scott Tranter    

Swaledale Sheep

GIMMER CLASSES

  Class First Second Third
1 1 Ewe confined to small breeders The Late R Metcalfe & B Richardson SA Raine WJ Porter
2 1 Gimmer Shearling confined to small breeders G&S Coates BE Hall EC Coates
3 Gimmer Lamb, small breeders P Morris-Eyton L Huddleston P Chester
4 1 Ewe, 1 Gimmer Shearling & 1 Gimmer Lamb, small breeder B Acton N Richardson JS Calvert & N Davy
5 1 Ewe, large breeders P Hallam AD Coates MW Skidmore
6 1 Shearling, large breeders P Hallam PE & KA Sowerby JR & A Blades
7 1 Gimmer Lamb, large breeders P Hallam AD Coates AD Coates
8 Gimmer Shearling and Gimmer Lamb. JR & A Blades JH & CL Harrison  
9 Tup Lamb and Gimmer Lamb. AD Coates M & C Rukin  
10 Best Gimmer Shearling. PE & KA Sowerby MM & CL Whitehead P Hallam
11 1 Registered Ewe, 1 Registered Gimmer Shearling and 1 Gimmer Lamb from registered parents JH & CL Harrison N Richardson  
12 Best Ewe, shown in no other class, except 13, 14, 16 W Richardson & Son A Huddleston JG Hall
13 Gimmer Sheep that has been shown and not won a prize W Richardson & Son CJ & AJ Owen JR & A Blades
14 Gimmer Sheep from stock of no more than 100 ewes that has been shown and not won a prize. BE Hall A Calvert SR Taylor
15 Best Gimmer Lamb in the Show P Hallam L Huddleston P Chester
16 Best Female Sheep in the District AD Coates MM & CL Whitehead G&S Coates
- Silver Cup for most perfect female sheep PE & KA Sowerby    

TUP CLASSES

  Class First Second Third
17 Best Tup above 2 Shear A Slack JR & A Blades Cockbain, Lightfoot, Bennett
18 Best 2 Shear Tup JR & A Blades & T Robinson & Son B Thornborrow G Calvert & Sons
19 Best Tup Shearling. Large breeders PE & KA Sowerby JW Porter & Sons P Hallam
20 Tup Lamb. Large Breeders. Messrs Cockbain JH & CL Harrison JR & A Blades
21 Tup Shearling from a stock of no more than 100 Ewes. GE Slack R Metcalfe JB Cockerill
22 Best Tup Lamb from stock of no more than 100 ewes B Acton R Metcalfe JS Calvert & N Davy
23 Best Pair of Tup Lambs M & C Rukin JS Calvert & N Davy A Huddleston
24 Tup any age above 1 year old, age considered. Shown in no other class except 30, 31, 33. Brennand & Reynoldson G Calvert & Sons  
25 1 Tup Lamb. Shown in no other class except 30, 32, 33. M & C Rukin P Chester S Reynoldson & Son
26 Best Sheep (male or female) shown by owner aged under 25. WJ Porter G&S Coates B Acton
27 Best Tup Shearling and Gimmer Shearling PE & KA Sowerby JW Porter & Sons P Hallam
28 Best collection of 1 Aged Tup, Tup Shearling and Tup Lamb B Thornborrow    
29 Best Male and Female Sheep PE & KA Sowerby JW Porter & Sons JR & A Blades
30 Best Male Sheep that has been shown & not won a prize Messrs Cockbain S Reynoldson & Son G Calvert & Sons
31 Best Tup Shearling. To already have been shown PE & KA Sowerby GE Slack JW Porter & Sons
32 Best Tup Lamb in the Show. To already have been shown. JH & CL Harrison M & C Rukin B Acton
33 Best Male Sheep in the District JW Porter & Sons JR & A Blades B Thornborrow
- Sunter Cup for Most Perfect Male Sheep PE & KA Sowerby    

CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZES

  Class Winner
- Chapman Memorial Cup for Most Perfect Sheep shown by small breeder The Late R Metcalfe & B Richardson
- Fawbert/Noble Cup & Championship Rosette for Supreme Champion PE & KA Sowerby
- Hawes Auction Mart Cup for most points in Sheep PE & KA Sowerby

YOUNG JUDGES & JUNIOR SHEEP HANDLING

  Class First Second Third
  Young Judges - Siver Cup Ben Metcalfe Harry Huddleston James Metcalfe
  Junior Sheep Handling Reuben Owen Harry Huddleston James Metcalfe

Tractors & Implements

  Class First Second Third
34 Vintage Tractor (up to 1957) Mr S Cockerill Mr T Routh Mr T Routh
35 Classic Tractor (1958 and onwards) Mr G Atkinson Mr RG Alderson Mr K Spooner
36 Implement Mr RG Alderson Mr G Atkinson Mr T Routh
37 Working Stationary Engine Mr DA Jackson Mr DA Jackson Mr DA Jackson
- Gayle Mill Trophy for best overall tractor Mr S Cockerill    

Wool & Hay

  Class First Second Third
38 Fleece of Swaledale wool Mr R Nelson Robert White Megan Thompson
39 Best bale of hay Miss A Hunter Mr M Waggett Mr N Waggett
40 Decorated hay bale by a child attending school Ben Metcalfe James Metcalfe  

Walking Sticks

  Class First Second Third
41 Walking stick dressed from wood, not painted or decorated, all in one piece Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft Mr S Bell
42 Walking stick dressed from horn, clean shank Mr A Warwick Mr S Bell Mr G Flintoft
43 Walking stick decorated from wood. all in one piece Mr G Flintoft Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft
44 Walking stick decorated from horn Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft Mr G Flintoft
45 Walking stick made from more than one piece of wood Mr G Flintoft Mr S Bell Mr A Warwick
46 Ornamental stick Mr A Warwick Mr A Warwick Mr S Bell
47 Ladies stick Mr CB Gray Mr A Warwick Mr S Bell
48 Shepherd’s crook made of wood Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft Mr A Warwick
49 Shepherd’s crook made of horn Mr G Flintoft Mr S Bell Mr CB Gray
50 Root grown stick, all in one piece Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft Mr A Warwick
51 Thumb stick, all in one piece Mr G Flintoft Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft
52 Thumb stick, more than one piece Mr G Flintoft Mr G Flintoft Mr A Warwick
53 Half horn or hunting stick Mr G Flintoft Mr A Warwick Mr G Flintoft
54 Walking stick made by a novice Mr M Thompson Mr N Bush Robert White
- J Waggett Pewter Tankard for best stick Mr G Flintoft    

Produce

PRODUCE SECTION 1

  Class First Second Third
55 1lb butter, either printed or plain Mrs WH Harker Mrs WH Harker Mrs WH Harker
56 1 new milk cheese, Stilton or flat shape, not tried Mrs WH Harker Mrs WH Harker Mrs WH Harker
57 Six hen eggs Mr M Pope Mrs K Dickinson Mrs A Owen
58 Loaf white bread Mrs WH Harker Mrs M Eden Mr A Green
59 Loaf of brown bread Mrs M Eden Mrs L Calvert Mr F Frusher
60 Fruit cake made from 1/2lb of flour Mrs DM Knowles Mrs WH Harker Mrs L Calvert
61 Sandwich cake, unfilled and not sugar dusted Mrs DM Knowles Mrs D Waggett Mrs S Alderson
62 Sponge cake, without fat Mrs E Stones Mrs M Eden Mrs DM Knowles
63 Loaf of gingerbread Mrs M Eden Mr T Knowles Mrs M Banks
64 Rice loaf, open to all Mrs M Eden Mrs L Calvert Mrs M Banks
65 Battenberg cake Mrs M Banks Mrs D Waggett Mrs J Chadwick
66 Four muffins, any variety but all the same; labelled Mr I Murphy Miss H Waggett Mrs M Murphy
67 Carrot cake Mrs K Tranter Mrs K Miles Mrs M Banks
68 Boys & men only: chocolate sandwich cake, filled, not decorated Mr T Knowles Mr P Challenger Mr D Maclean
69 Boys & men only: Four decorated cup cakes Laurie Blades Mr D Atkin Jack Stones
- Metcalfe Cup for best exhibit in section one Mr I Murphy    

PRODUCE SECTION 2

  Class First Second Third
70 Two items of food from a Dales’ kitchen displayed on a bread board Mrs D Waggett Mrs M Green Miss H Waggett
71 Shortbread, not sugar dusted Mrs WH Harker Mrs D Waggett Mrs L Calvert
72 Six ginger biscuits, not snaps   Mrs WH Harker Mrs DM Knowles
73 Six small Yorkshire cheese cakes Mrs WH Harker Raven Owen Mrs L Calvert
74 Two tea cakes Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs WH Harker Mrs WH Harker
75 Four fruit scones Mrs M Eden Mrs K West Miss H Waggett
76 Egg and bacon pie Mrs M Eden Mr NW Castle Mrs J Dinsdale
77 Four cheese scones Mrs L Calvert Mrs R Hall Mrs S Alderson
78 Quiche or savoury flan Mrs M Banks Mr NW Castle Mrs P Oldershaw
79 Apple pie on plate Mr J Pickles Mr NW Castle Mr T Knowles
80 Individual cold sweet Mrs E Stones Mrs P Oldershaw Mrs M Banks
81 Four decorated chocolate butterfly buns by child 11 and under Mary Stones Alex Shepherd Anna Hird
82 Four iced gingerbread people by child 11 and under Anna Hird Mary Stones Miles Owen
- Wensleydale Press Cup for best exhibit in section two Mrs M Banks    

PRODUCE SECTION 3 - PRESERVES

  Class First Second Third
83 Jar of raspberry jam Mrs J Dinsdale Mr T Knowles Mrs DM Knowles
84 Jar of strawberry jam Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs D Waggett Mrs DM Knowles
85 Jar of blackcurrant jam Mrs WH Harker Mrs M Birbeck Mrs S Alderson
86 Any other variety of jam Mrs M Birbeck Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs D Waggett
87 Jar of jelly Mrs D Waggett Mrs S Alderson Mrs DM Knowles
88 Jar of lemon curd Mrs WH Harker Mrs WH Harker Mrs D Waggett
89 Jar of marmalade Mrs M Birbeck Mrs WH Harker Mrs D Waggett
90 Jar of chutney Mrs D Waggett Mrs WH Harker Mrs S Alderson
91 Jar of piccalilli Mrs DM Knowles Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs M Banks
92 Three preserves presented as a gift Mrs D Waggett Mrs M Birbeck  
- Secretary’s Cup for best jam Mrs J Dinsdale    
- £5 special prize for best in section Mrs D Waggett    

PRODUCE SECTION 4 - WINE / GIN

  Class First Second Third
93 Homemade dry white wine D&B Robinson Mr J Craig D&B Robinson
94 Homemade sweet white wine Mr J Craig D&B Robinson D&B Robinson
95 Homemade red wine Mr A Butters D&B Robinson Mr A Butters
96 Homemade rose wine Mr J Craig Mr A Butters D&B Robinson
97 Homemade sloe gin Mrs DM Knowles Mrs C Hird Mr R Alderson
98 Any alcoholic fruit drink Mrs M Banks Mr H Nelson Mr A Nichols
- David Thompson Memorial Cup for best bottle of wine by local exhibitor Mr J Craig    
- £5 special prize for best in section Mrs M Banks    

Handicrafts

  Class First Second Third
99 Hand knitted garment, 4 ply for adult Mrs C Warwick Mrs C Warwick Mrs C Warwick
100 Hand knitted garment, DK or chunky Mrs C Warwick Mrs M Eden Mrs C Warwick
101 Hand knitted garment, Arran pattern Mrs C Warwick Mrs M Birbeck Mrs C Warwick
102 Garment for a baby under 2 years Mrs C Warwick Mrs DM Knowles Mrs K Humphrey
103 Knitted article to fit a child age range 2 to 12 years Mrs M Brier Mrs C Warwick Mrs C Warwick
104 Hand knitted garment made from Swaledale or Wensleydale wool Mrs M Birbeck Mrs M Birbeck Mrs DM Knowles
105 Sewn article, machine sewing allowed Mrs M Brier Mrs C Warwick Mrs C Warwick
106 Embroidered article not canvas work or cross stitch framed Mrs S Frusher Mrs P Oldershaw Mrs S Frusher
107 Embroidered article unframed, not cross stitch or canvas work Mrs H Graham Mrs DM Knowles Mrs M Eden
108 Article in canvas work Mrs C Green Mrs M Birbeck Mrs H Graham
109 Article in cross stitch Mrs J Spotswood Mrs K Dickinson Mrs A Birtle
110 Crocheted article Mrs M Brier Mrs K Tranter Mrs DM Knowles
111 Cross stitch bookmark Mrs D Nelson Mrs J Flint Mrs A Birtle
112 Cushion Mrs J Spotswood Mrs S Frusher Mrs DM Knowles
113 Article made from hooky or proddy Mrs C Warwick    
114 Patchwork or quilted item Mrs J Spotswood    
115 Interesting commemorative coin Mrs WH Harker Mrs J Spotswood Ms K Scott
- Mrs W Pearson special prize of £5 to exhibitor with the highest points in section. Mrs C Warwick    
- Mrs Morgan Memorial Silver Rose Bowl for best piece of handiwork. Mrs C Green    
- Laxton Cup for best local handicraft. Mrs H Graham    

Handwriting

  Class First Second Third
116 Handwriting - aged 5 years and under (pre-school) Harry Huddleston    
117 Handwriting - aged 6 & 7 years Miles Livingstone-Owen Laurie Blades Cleopatra Baker
118 Handwriting - aged 8 & 9 years Lauryn Alderson Amelia Brown Tristen Brown
119 Handwriting - aged 10 & 11 years Mary Stones Paige Brown Anna Hird
120 Handwriting - aged 12 to 16 years Georgia Hird Jasper Warrallo  
121 Adult Handwriting Mr A Horn Miss H Waggett Mrs KA Robson
122 Swaledale Limerick Mr A Horn Mr A Horn Mr A Humphrey
123 Poem by a child attending school James Metcalfe Mia Gadsby Anna Hird
124 Short story of no more than 500 words titled ‘A Day in the Dales’ Mrs T Robertshaw Finlay Warrallo Mrs S Baker
- Mary Thomas Cup for the best piece of children’s handwriting Georgia Hird    

Art

CHILDREN'S ART

  Class First Second Third
125 Picture by a child aged under 5 years Alex Shepherd Anne Marie Huddleston  
126 Picture of a farming scene, aged 7 years and under Laurie Blades Harry Huddleston Alex Shepherd
127 Picture of a farming scene, aged 8-11 years Anna Hird Mary Stones Reuben Owen
128 Picture by a child aged 11 years and under Wilfred Slater Hunter Alfred Atkin Anna Hird
129 Picture by a child aged 12-16 years Jack Stones Ben Metcalfe Raven Owen
129.5 130a: Collage by a child aged 5 years and under Alice Bowe Ellie Hughes Isabel Bainbridge
130 Collage by a child aged 6-7 years Miles Livingstone-Owen Nicholas Howarth Wilfred Slater Hunter
131 Collage by a child aged 8-9 years Taryn Hodgson Scott Storr Jack Stephenson
132 Collage by a child aged 10-11 years Paige Brown Millie Brown Enrique Boyde Castillo
133 Article made, collected or grown out of school hours by a child under 11 Anna Hird Wilfred Slater Hunter James Metcalfe
134 Computer-generated front cover design for Reeth Gazette Mary Stones Anna Hird  
135 Decorated wellington boot. Aged 11 years and under. Jack Gadsby Mia Gadsby Anna Hird
136 Picture of a farm animal. Aged 8-16 years. Ben Metcalfe Anna Hird Mary Stones
137 Wool collage. James Metcalfe Anna Hird Ben Metcalfe
- James Peacock Coal £10 gift token for child with most points in section Anna Hird    
- Silver Cup for best children’s art exhibit Miles Livingstone-Owen    

ADULT ART

  Class First Second Third
138 Amateur painting Mrs C Nichols Mr P Geide Mr N Guy
139 Dales landscape Mrs J Braithwaite Mr P Geide Mr R Haywood
140 Three pictures by same artist shown in no other class Mr P Geide Mrs S Thomlinson Mr N Guy
141 Arts and crafts, no embroidery, only a finished article Mrs S Frusher Mr N Bush Mrs S Frusher
142 Article made from cane, wood or metal Mr N Bush Alistair West Mrs KA Robson
143 Pen and ink cartoon Mr N Baker Mr D Moks Mr P Flint
144 Drawing in pencil, pen and ink, pastels or charcoal Mr P Geide Mrs J Braithwaite Miss B Dent
- Jubilee Cup for best in art Mr P Geide    

Photography

  Class First Second Third
145 Photograph by a child of 16 years or under. Joseph Tranter Joseph Tranter Alex Shepherd
146 Four photographs by a child 16 or under on theme ‘my favourite things’ Anna Hird Thomas Walker  
147 Black and white photograph Mrs C Warwick Mr P Cass Mr P Flint
148 Photograph of a landscape in colour Mrs G Cass Mrs G Jones Mr P Cass
149 Photograph of Swaledale in colour Mr D Copland Mr R Jones Dr H Pope
150 Photograph of pets Mr R Jones Mrs G Jones Mrs C Warwick
151 Photograph of children in colour Mr R Jones Mr R Miles Mr R Miles
152 Photograph with suitable caption Mrs K Browne Mrs C Warwick Mrs G Jones
153 Wildlife photograph Mrs C Warwick Mrs C Brookes-Leyland Mr E Cooper
154 Photograph of a Swaledale Bridge Mr R Jones Dr H Pope Mr E Cooper
155 Photograph of an adult in colour Mrs C Brookes-Leyland Mrs C Brookes-Leyland Mrs G Jones
156 Photograph of any past Muker Show Mr D Copland Mrs E Barraclough Mr R Jones
- Jack Nutting Tankard for the best photograph in section Mrs C Brookes-Leyland    

Horticulture Results

CHILDREN'S CLASSES

  Class First Second Third
157 Cress grown in a decorated egg shell Anne Marie Huddleston Harry Huddleston  
158 Edible necklace. Anna Hird James Metcalfe Mia Gadsby
159 Tray Garden by any child attending school Alfred Atkin    
160 Vegetable or fruit grown by exhibitor      
161 Animal made from vegetables and/or fruit Ben Metcalfe Alfred Atkin Jack Gadsby
162 Collection of 3 vegetables grown by exhibitor      
163 Arrangement of garden flowers/foliage in item of own footwear.      
- Mr & Mrs C Purver Prize of £5 for best exhibit in children’s horticulture Alfred Atkin    

OPEN FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

  Class First Second Third
164 Arrangement in an unusual container Mrs S Alderson Mrs S Alderson Prof C Roberts
165 Arrangement in candlestick Mrs S Alderson Mrs S Thompson Mrs C Nichols
166 Lady’s corsage Miss B Dent Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs S Alderson
167 Arrangement using artificial flowers      
168 Arrangement with a harvest theme, accessories allowed Mrs S Alderson Mrs J Flint Prof C Roberts
- Special Prize of £5 for best flower arrangement Mrs S Alderson    

OPEN FLOWERS

  Class First Second Third
169 3 decorative dahlias, medium Mrs D Rickaby    
170 3 decorative dahlias, small Mrs D Rickaby    
171 3 cactus dahlias, medium Mrs D Rickaby Mr I Clarkson  
172 3 cactus dahlias, small Mrs D Rickaby Mrs D Rickaby Mr I Clarkson
172.5 172a: 3 ball dahlias Mrs D Rickaby Mrs D Rickaby Mrs D Rickaby
173 3 pompom dahlias, small Mrs D Rickaby Mrs D Rickaby Mr I Clarkson
174 One rose Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr E Cooper
175 3 marigolds Mrs J Calvert Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs J Calvert
176 Vase of asters, 4 blooms. Mrs W N Hope’s Memorial prize. Mr I Clarkson Mr I Clarkson  
177 Flowering pot plant Mrs J Dinsdale Mrs KA Robson Mr I Clarkson
178 Foliage pot plant Mr I Clarkson Prof C Roberts Mrs J Dinsdale
179 Pot fuchsia Mr I Clarkson Mr I Clarkson Mrs J Calvert
180 Standard fuchsia Gunnerside Estate Gardeners Mr I Clarkson  
181 Cactus plant Mr WCB Robson Mr WCB Robson Mr WCB Robson
182 3 chrysanthemums, incurved or incurving Mrs D Rickaby    
183 3 chrysanthemums, decorated or reflexed Mrs D Rickaby    
184 3 cut roses, dissimilar Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mrs S Frusher
185 1 stalk Floribunda rose, any colour Mrs J Kirkland    
186 3 gladioli Mr I Clarkson Mr I Clarkson Mr I Clarkson
187 Vase of sweet peas, 6 blooms, any colour Mr I Clarkson Mr NW Castle Mr I Clarkson
188 Collection of garden flowers Mrs S Alderson Prof C Roberts  
189 1 flower and 1 vegetable shown together Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
- Ravensworth Nurseries Special Prize for best exhibit in open flowers Mr I Clarkson    

LOCAL FLOWERS

  Class First Second Third
190 3 decorative dahlias, medium/small Mr D Chadwick Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
191 3 cactus dahlias, medium/small Mrs R Newborn Mr D Chadwick Mrs R Newborn
192 3 pompom dahlias, small Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
193 Vase of asters, 4 blooms. D&V Stark Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
194 1 Rose Gunnerside Island Mrs D Guy Mrs J Pope
195 1 stalk Floribunda rose Mrs A Staines Gunnerside Island Mrs J Pope
196 3 cut roses, dissimilar Mrs C Clarkson Gunnerside Island Mrs A Staines
197 Collection of mixed garden flowers Mrs R Newborn Mrs S Alderson Mrs C Nichols
198 Vase of sweet peas, 4 blooms, any colour D&V Stark Mrs J Chadwick Mrs P Challenger
199 Vase of spray chrysanthemums Mrs R Newborn    
200 Foliage pot plant Gunnerside Estate Gardeners Gunnerside Estate Gardeners  
201 Flowering pot plant      
- Special Prize of £5 for best exhibit in local flowers Mrs R Newborn    

OPEN FRUIT

  Class First Second Third
202 4 dessert apples Gunnerside Estate Gardeners Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
203 4 cooking apples Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mrs K West
204 4 dessert plums Mr W Barker Mr M Pope Mr W Barker
205 4 pears Mr W Barker Mr W Barker  
206 Any other fruit not classified Mr W Barker Mr W Barker  
- Special Prize of £5 for best exhibit in open fruits Mr W Barker    

OPEN VEGETABLES

  Class First Second Third
207 4 round white potatoes to be washed Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
208 4 kidney potatoes any colour to be washed Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
209 4 round coloured potatoes to be washed Mr W Barker Mr NW Castle Mr W Barker
210 Largest potato, any shape Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
211 3 onions, shown as grown from seed, washed Mr A Iceton Mr L Bartley Mr W Barker
212 3 onions, shown as grown from sets, washed Mr I Clarkson Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker
213 3 onions, dressed grown from seed Mr A Iceton Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
214 3 onions, dressed grown from sets Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
215 6 shallots on a plate Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
216 2 trench leeks Mr W Barker Mr W Barker  
217 2 pot leeks Mr A Iceton Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
218 1 cabbage, any variety not to be cut Mr A Iceton Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker
219 1 cauliflower Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
220 1 head of lettuce Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
221 3 beetroot, round Mr A Iceton Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker
222 3 carrots, long pointed Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
223 3 carrots, stump rooted Mr A Iceton Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker
224 6 pods of peas Mr T Leete Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
225 4 tomatoes Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
226 Vegetable marrow Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
227 Cucumber Mr A Iceton Mr I Clarkson Mr I Clarkson
228 Head of celery Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
229 6 runner beans Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
230 6 broad beans Mr I Clarkson Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
231 Collection of 4 different vegetables Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
232 Collection of any 6 different vegetables (one of each) Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr I Clarkson
233 Any vegetable not previously classed in open section Mr W Barker Mr W Barker Mr W Barker
- Ravensworth Nurseries Special Prize for best exhibit in open vegetables Mr A Iceton    

LOCAL VEGETABLES

  Class First Second Third
234 4 round white potatoes, to be washed Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
235 4 kidney potatoes any colour, to be washed Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
236 4 round coloured potatoes to be washed Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mr A Guy
237 Largest potato, any shape Mrs R Newborn Mr A Guy Mrs R Newborn
238 3 onions, shown as grown, washed Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn  
239 3 onions, dressed Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn  
240 6 shallots on a plate Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
241 2 trench leeks Mr A Guy Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
242 2 pot leeks Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn  
243 1 cabbage, any variety (not to be cut) Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
244 1 cauliflower Mrs R Newborn    
245 1 head of lettuce Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
246 3 beetroot, round Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mr A Guy
247 3 carrots Mr D Maclean Mrs R Newborn Mr A Guy
248 6 pods of peas Mrs R Newborn Mr A Guy Mrs R Newborn
249 4 tomatoes D&V Stark Mr A Guy Mrs R Newborn
250 6 runner beans Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Miss J Armstrong
251 6 broad beans Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
252 1 flower and 1 vegetable shown together D&V Stark Mr A Guy Mrs R Newborn
253 Collection of 4 different vegetables Mr A Guy Mrs R Newborn Mrs R Newborn
254 Any vegetable not previously classed in local section Mr A Guy Mrs C Geide Mrs R Newborn
- Special Prize of £5 for best exhibit in local vegetables Mr A Guy    

BEST IN HORTICULTURE

  Class First
- JD Jackson Memorial Trophy for local exhibitor with most points in horticulture Mrs R Newborn
- Gunnerside Estate Cup for the best exhibit in Local Flowers and Local Vegetables Mr A Guy
- Silver Cup for best exhibit in Open Flower, Fruit and Vegetable sections Mr A Iceton
- Simpson Perpetual Trophy for best exhibit from winners of above two cups Mr A Iceton

Most Points in Show

- John Herbert Clarkson Memorial Trophy for exhibitor with most points Mr W Barker
- Perpetual Silver Cup to school child living in the show area with most points Anna Hird
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