The Flower Show
The annual Flower Show in the Village Hall was a major event in the village. Local people spent hours preparing their prize entries. It wasn’t just a matter of growing the biggest marrow or the reddest tomato. There were  prizes for flowers, flower arranging, country crafts like fruit bottling and jam making, cake making, knitting and sewing, and for children, a chance to show off their hobbies and penmanship. Margaret Wright, nee Hammond, remembers “The annual flower show was a very important event and competition was very keen, almost vicious at times!. There was a lot of jealousy and back-biting as to who should or should not have been awarded a prize. Wonderful vegetables though and grown with such pride.’ Below are a few cuttings taken from the Kent & Sussex Courier. Do you recognise any of the names?
The eleventh annual show of the Blackham and Ashurst Horticultural Society was held on Saturday. Dry weather had a marked effect on the standard of entries which were also somewhat fewer this year. The show was opened by the president, Mrs Cronk, who was afterwards presented with a bouquet by 2½ year old Pamela Allen. Sideshows were run by Mrs Gasson, Miss L Crowhurst, Miss I Allen and Mr C Allen. During the afternoon Messrs G Allen and H Crowhurst arranged sports for the children. At a dance in the evening, Mrs Jupe’s trio provided music. SPECIAL PRIZES Prizes were presented by Mr McDermott, last year’s president. Mr Hider of Ashurst, won the ‘Highfields’ Cup for the best cottage garden. The ‘Stone Cross’ Cup was retained by Hartwell House (gardener G Allen) for obtaining most points in the open division. The ‘Thurlestone’ Cup was also won by Mr P Hider for obtaining most points in the cottager’s division. The ‘Lodgefield’ Cup was won by Mrs Gasson for gaining most points in the women’s section. Winners (first only) were: Collection of vegetables: Hartfield House [this appears to be misprint for Hartwell House as above]; vases of sweet peas: Mr Hider; vases of flowers: Hartfield House; dishes potatoes:
Hartfield House; dishes outdoor fruit: S Moore; white eggs: Mr Clarke; brown eggs: Mr Lorne; honey: Mr Joslin; tomatoes: Mrs Floyd. AMATEURS AND GARDENERS Runner beans: G Allen; dwarf beans: Mr Lorne; pods of peas: P Hider; vegetable marrows: G Allen; onions: G Allen; carrots: G Allen; beetroot: Mrs Floyd. COTTAGERS Vase sweet peas: C Gasson; kidney potatoes: Mr Lorne; round potatoes: C Gasson; runner beans: A Allen; dwarf beans: P Hider; onions: A Allen; shallots: Mrs Elsey; carrots: P Hider; beetroot: P Hider; cabbages: C Gasson; pods peas: Mr Moth; lettuces: Mr Lorne; dishes fruit: A Allen; vases flowers: P Hider; cottage garden: P Hider. COOKING AND PRESERVES Posy of flowers: Mrs Caffyn; table decorations: Mrs Gasson; outdoor flowers: Mrs Gasson; soft fruit: Mrs Moth; bottle hard fruit: Mrs Gasson; gooseberry jam: Mrs Gasson; marmalade: Mrs Caffyn; madeira cake: Mrs Floyd; sponge cake: Mrs Joslin; scones: Miss L Crowhurst; knitted socks: Mrs Gasson; knitted pullover: Mrs Tester. CHILDREN Hobbies – Girls 12-16: M Osman; girls 8-12 Y Baugh; girls under 8: B Burr. Boys over 12-16: B Manktelow; boys 8-12 P Ashby; boys under 8: P Crowhurst; collection of wild flowers: M Ray; girls and boys under 8 handwriting; K Hill; girls and boys over 8-12 handwriting: J Osman; girls and boys over 12-14 handwriting: J Ashby.
FUN AT BLACKHAM Flower show, sports July 1949
Kathleen Hill’s winning entry in the boys and girls under 8 handwriting competition
BLACKHAM PUTS BEST ON SHOW (July 1950) Blackham and Ashurst Horticultural Society held their twelfth annual flower show at Blackham Village Hall on Saturday, the opener being the president Mr W K McDermott. Prizes were distributed by Mrs G H Cronk. Mr P Hider won the Highfield Cup for the best cottage garden, Mr C Gasson the Thurlestone Cup for the most points in the cottagers’ class (obtaining six first places), Mr A Smith the Stone Cross Cup for open classes, and Mrs Caffyn the Lodgefield Cup for home produce. RESULTS Open: collection of vegetables: S Wickham; collection of sweet peas: A Smith; outdoor flowers: P Hider; potatoes; H Crowhurst; outdoor fruit: S Castle; pot plants: S King; white and brown eggs: M Lorne; honey: M Joslin; tomatoes Mrs Floyd. Single handed amateurs and garden workers: Runner beans, onions: S Wickham; dwarf beans: C Gasson; cauliflowers: S Castle; peas, blackcurrants: M Joslin; marrows, carrots, beetroot: Mrs Floyd; broad beans: P Hider; lettuces: A Allen. Cottagers: Mixed sweet peas, broad beans, shallots, carrots, six kinds of vegetables: C Gasson; kidney potatoes, peas: P Hider; round potatoes, runner beans, onions, beetroot, cabbages, lettuces, outdoor flowers: A Allen; outdoor fruit: S Castle. Decoration and produce: Tumbler of flowers: W K McDermott; outdoor flowers, gloves: Mrs Gasson; outdoor flowers, hard fruit (bottled), marmalade, preserving, Victoria sponge; Bakewell tart: Miss L Crowhurst. Children: Hobbies (display), girls 12-16 Y Baugh; 8-12 G Baugh, under 8 B Burr; Boys 12-16 B Manktelow, 8-12 P Ashby, under 8 P Dupre. Poster advertising: P Moth; handwriting (boys and girls) under 8: J Ashby, 8-12 P Moth; 12-14 A Dallosso. Winners of the children’s sports held during the afternoon were: flat under 7: A Horsburgh; boys 7-10 B Mitchell; gathering potatoes, 7-10, P Ashby, over 10 R Wickham; three legged (boys) B Mitchell and D Hogben, girls Y Baugh and M Terrett; wheelbarrow: R Wickham and B Manktelow; egg and spoon, girls Y Baugh, boys D Sheppard and D Hogben; half-mile R Wickham; mothers Mrs Mitchell. Mr S Castle was the MC at a dance in the evening. Spot winners were: Miss S Bird and Mr M Withers. Mrs Coomber and Mrs S Wickham and Mrs Harding and Miss S Harding.
One exhibitor dominated show (July 1951) Mr C Gasson dominated Blackham and Ashurst Horticultural Society annual flower show in the Village Hall, Blackham, on Saturday. He won the Thurlstone Cup for the highest number of points in the show and also the show’s first Banksian Medal. For the third year in succession Mr P Hider gained the Highfield Cup for the best garden. Other winners were Mrs Austin Cartwell (Stone Cross challenge cup for the most points in the open section) and Mrs Caffyn (Lodgefield Cup for women) Exhibits were judged by Miss W Harwood, Miss Marriage, Mr F Norwood, Mr P Peel and Mr Pannell. Mrs A Miles distributed prizes. She was handed a bouquet by C Hill. RESULTS (firsts only) Open: Collection of vegetables, collection of sweet peas: Mrs Cartmell; collection of cut outdoor flowers: P Hider; potatoes, tomatoes: A Allen; outdoor fruit: Mrs Floyd; pot plants: H L Kemp; brown eggs, honey: S Castle. Single-handed amateurs and garden workers: Runner beans, beetroot, carrots: Mrs Floyd; dwarf beans, cauliflowers, peas, lettuce: P Hider; vegetable marrows: Mrs Caffyn; fruit, broad beans: S Castle. Cottagers: Collection of sweet peas: H L Kemp; kidney potatoes, round potatoes, runner beans, onions, beetroot, cabbages, six kinds of vegetables: A Allen; broad beans, shallots, carrots, lettuce, outdoor fruit, blackcurrants: C Gasson; peas, outdoor flowers: P Hider. Ladies: Soup plate and tumbler of flowers: W K McDermott; table decoration: Mrs Gasson; vase of outdoor garden flowers, bottled soft fruit, raspberry jam, marmalade, gingerbread, Bakewell tart, Mrs Caffyn; bottled hard fruit, preserving, men’s socks: Miss Crowhurst; Victoria sponge: Miss Roseberry. Children: Hobbies, girls 12-16: J Ashby; girls 8-12 G Baugh; girls under 8 E Crowhurst; boys 12-16 D Wickham; boys 8-12 P Ashby; boys under 8: M Gibbons; poster: G Bashford; handwriting, children under 8: E Crowhurst; 8-12 J Moth; 12-16 S Hogben; pressed wild flowers, M Ray. Sports in the adjoining field were organised by Mr S Castle.
EXHIBITS ARE PRAISED BY SHOW JUDGES CHRYSANTHEMUMS FEATURED AT BLACKHAM (Autumn 1951) Blackham and Ashurst Horticultural Society’s first autumn show – at Blackham Village Hall on Saturday – drew 100 entries. Chrysanthemums were its chief feature. But judges spoke highly of the vegetable exhibits which they said compared ‘very favourably’ with those at other recent shows they have attended. Principal prizewinner was Mr C Gasson of the Forge, Blackham. His exhibits were awarded a total of 36 points, and he took eight firsts, five seconds and two third prizes. The show was opened by Mrs A White. RESULTS Open classes – Chrysanthemums, decorative or incurved: 1 Mrs E Floyd, 2 A Allen, 3 Mrs Austin Cartmell; one vase (for effect): 1 Mrs E Floyd, 2 A B Cullen, 3 A Allen; specimen plant: 1 A Allen, 2 Mrs Austin Cartmell, 3 A B Cullen. Collection of vegetables: 1 A Allen, 2 Mrs E Floyd; apples: 1 Mrs A Caffyn, 2 C Gasson, 3 A Allen; onions: 1 A Allen, 2 Mrs E Floyd; carrots: 1 Mrs E Floyd, 2 A Allen; Brussels sprouts: 1 Mrs Austin Cartmell; parsnips: 1 Mrs Austin Cartmell; leeks: 1 Mrs E Floyd, 2 C Gasson; celery: 1 C Gasson, 2 Mrs E Floyd. COTTAGERS’ CLASS Outdoor chrysanthemums: 1 C Gasson, 2 A Allen; pot plant: 1 P Fry, 2 A Allen, 3 C Gasson; collection of vegetables: 1 C Gasson, 2, P Fry; carrots: 1 C Gasson, 2 P Fry; potatoes: 1 P Fry, 2 C Gasson; onions: 1 P Fry, 2 C Gasson; beet: 1 C Gasson, 2 A Allen, 3 J Moth; turnips: 1 C Gasson, 2 A Allen, 3 P Fry; parsnips: 1 C Gasson, 2 P Fry; Brussels sprouts: 1 A Allen, 2 C Gasson; savoys: 1 E Crowhurst, 2 A Allen, 3 C Gasson; shallots: 1 C Gasson, 2 P Fry. LADIES’ CLASSES Pickles: 1 Mrs A Caffyn, 2 Mrs Gasson; chutney: 1 Mrs Caffyn; tomatoes: 1 Miss L Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Caffyn; plums: [1 missing] 2 Mrs Gasson, 3 Mrs Caffyn; pears: 1 Miss L Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Mrs Gasson; plum jam: 1 Miss H R Roseberry, 3 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Mrs Gasson; brown eggs: 1Mrs E Floyd, 2 Mrs P Fry; tinted: 1 Mrs Gasson, 2, Mrs P Fry; cushion cover: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Miss Rapley, 3 Miss J Farnes.
A bumper year for Mrs Floyd
While the reporting, with its implication that it was surprise that a woman could garden as well as a man, might raise a few eyebrows today, there is no doubt that 1952’s shows belonged to Mrs Floyd
‘Green-fingered’ woman beats men exhibitors As keen a gardener as any in Blackham is Mrs E Floyd of Watch Oak. And when it came to Blackham &  Ashurst Horticultural Society’s annual flower show on Saturday, Mrs Floyd, a recent exhibitor in the WI section of the Chelsea Show, was able to teach the men a thing or two. With six first prizes, two seconds and three thirds in the open division alone, she collected the highest number of points and won the Stone Cross Cup. Her cottage garden was judged to be the best in the village and won her the Highfields Cup. In this, she beat Mr C Gasson, winner of the Thurlestone Cup for the highest points in the cottagers’ division, by half a point. Mrs A Caffyn was the winner of the Lodgefield Cup for the highest points in the domestic division. The show – the 14th to be staged by the society – attracted about 200 entries.
RESULTS Open Division – Collection of vegetables: 1 Mrs E Floyd; outdoor flowers: 1 P Hider; pot plants: 1 H L Kemp, 2 C Allen, 3 C Gasson; outdoor fruit: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Mrs Floyd; potatoes: 1 Mrs Haig; brown eggs: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Allen, 3 C Gasson; honey: 1 C Allen; tomatoes: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Allen, 3 Mrs Haig; runner beans: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 S Wickham, 3 C Gasson; dwarf beans: 1 C Gasson, 2 P Hider, 3 Mrs Haig; peas: 1 C Allen, 2 S Wickham, 3 P Hider: onions: 1 S Wickham, 2 C Allen, 3 Mrs Floyd; carrots: 1 Mrs Floyd, beet: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 S Wickham; broad beans: 1 P Hider, 2 Mrs Floyd; marrows: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 C Allen, 3, Mrs Floyd; lettuce: 1 C Allen, 2 Mrs Haig, 3 Mrs Floyd; cauliflowers: 1 P Hider, 2 C Gasson. Cottagers’ division – sweet peas: 1 H L Kemp, 2 P Hider, 3 C Gasson; kidney potatoes: 1 C Gasson; round potatoes: 1 H L Kemp, 2 C Gasson, 3 E Crowhurst; runner beans: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Allen, 3 C Gasson; broad beans: 1 P Hider, 2 C Gasson; onions: 1 C Allen, 2 C Gasson; shallots: 1 C Gasson, 2 C Allen; carrots: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Allen, 3 C Gasson; beet: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Allen, 3 C Gasson; peas: 1 E Crowhurst, 2 C Allen, 3 J Moth; outdoor fruit: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Gasson; blackcurrants: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 C Gasson; lettuce: 1 C Allen, 2 P Hider; cabbages: 1 W Boakes, 2 C Allen, 3 P Hider Domestic section – soup plate and tumbler of flowers: 1 Mrs Gasson, 2 Mrs Caffyn; table decoration: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Miss Roseberry, 3 Mrs Gasson; outdoor flowers: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Mrs Gasson, 3 Mrs Haig; bottled soft fruit: 1 Mrs Gasson, 2 Miss Crowhurst, 3 Mrs Caffyn; stone fruit: 1 Mrs Gasson, 2 Miss Crowhurst, 3 Miss Roseberry; gooseberry jam: 1 Miss Roseberry, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Mrs Gasson; red currant jelly: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Mrs Gasson, 3, Miss Crowhurst; salad: 1 Miss Roseberry, 2 Miss Crowhurst, 3 Mrs Caffyn; rock cakes: 1 Miss Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Mrs Moore; jam tart: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Miss Crowhurst, 3 Miss Roseberry; socks: 1 Miss Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Divall, 3 Mrs Baldwin; jumper: 1 Mrs Divall, 2 Mrs P Farnes, 3 Mrs Clifton. Children’s division – handicraft (girls 12-16): 1 E J Ashby, 2 Yvonne Baugh, 3 Rosemary Ennals; (8-12): 1 Gillian Baugh, 2 Betty Burr, 3 Beryl Ashby; (under 8) 1 Mary Kemp, 2 Caroline Buckwell, 3 Jennifer Rogers; (boys 12-16): 1 Tony  Gibbons, 2 Robin Ashby, 3 B Wratten; (8-12) 1 Jimmy Moth, 2 Derek Hogben; (under 8): 1 Richard Coomber, 2 Richard Dupre, 3 Robert Packbain. Drawing: 1 Gillian Baugh, 2 Christine Farnes, 3 Gillian Moore. Handwriting (under 8) 1 Rosemary Battersby, (8-12) 1 Susan King, 2 Paul Crowhurst, 3 Derek Hogben; (12-16) 1 Elena Ashby, 2 Pamela Moth, 3 Gillian Moore; collection of wild flowers: 1 Beryl Ashby, 2 Hazel Ashby; currant bun (girls 11-15): 1 Y Baugh, 2 Moira Farnes, 3 P Moth.
Woman Gardener shows the men how to win prizes But she has a male rival Winner of two cups and a Banksian medal at Blackham and Ashurst Horticultural Society’s show in July, Mr E Floyd, of Watch Oak, Blackham, scored another success at the Society’s autumn show at Blackham on Saturday, Mrs Floyd, who tends her garden without male assistance, collected nine prizes – four firsts, three seconds and two thirds. But this time she was rivalled by Mr S Wickham, with six firsts, two seconds and one third prize. Afterwards, Mrs Floyd was presented with the Banksian medal which she won in July. The autumn show – the second to be staged by the society – drew about 100 entries which according to the judges were of better quality than the previous year. The show was opened by Mrs Cronk, of Lodgefield Farm, and prizes were presented by Lt-Col R P Haig. Horticultural judges were Mr F Norwood, Mr A Peel and Mr W Pannell. Ladies’ section and handicraft judges were Miss Prynne and Miss I Allen. RESULTS Open division – Chrysanthemums (decorative or incurved): 1 Mrs E Floyd; one vase, any foliage: 1 Mrs Floyd; specimen plant: 1 Mr S Wickham; outdoor Chrysanthemums: 1 Mrs Floyd, 2 S Wickham, 3 Mrs Gasson; pot plant: 1 S Wickham; 2 A Cullen, 3 Rev A White; collection of vegetables: 1 S Wickham, 2 Mrs Floyd, 3 C Gasson. Apples: 1 A Cullen, 2 A Allen, 3 Mrs Caffyn; potatoes: 1 C Gasson; onions: 1 P Hider, 2 S Wickham; carrots: 1 A Allen, 2 Mrs Gasson, 2 Mrs Floyd; turnips: 1 C Gasson; shallots: 1 S Wickham, 2 C Gasson, 3 A Allen; Brussels sprouts: 1 S Wickham, 2 C Gasson, 3 A Allen; celery: 1 C Gasson, 2 Mrs Floyd; savoys: 1 A Allen, 2 Mrs Floyd, 3 S Wickham; cauliflowers: 1 A Allen, 2 P Hider. Ladies; division – Pickles: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Miss Roseberry, 3 Mrs Gasson; chutney: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Miss Roseberry, 3 Mrs Gasson; tomatoes: 1 Miss Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Miss Roseberry; plums: 1 Mrs K M Moore, 2 Mrs Gasson, 3 Mrs White: plum jam: 1 Miss Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Mrs Gasson; brown eggs: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Mrs Roseberry, 3 Mrs Moore; tray cloth: 1 Miss Roseberry, 2 Mrs Gasson.
Blackham and Ashurst Horticultural Society’s show in Blackham Village Hall on Saturday drew 171 entries – a record over the past eight years. The judges – Mr J Pannell, Mr P Peel and Mr Holman – said they were surprised by the quality of the exhibits, grown under unfavourable conditions this year. The Stone Cross Cup for highest points in the open division went to Mrs R P Haig (gardener Mr J Wickham), Mr C Gasson, who again won the Thurlestone Cup for highest points in the cottagers’ section, also received the Highfields Cup for the best cottage garden and Mrs Gasson won the Lodgefield Cup for highest points in the domestic division. The Banksian medal award went to Col J Howard.
Celia Taylor won the Breezie Cup for most points gained by children over 12 and the junior cup was awarded to Barbara Tester. RESULTS Open Division – collection of vegetables: 1 Mrs B P Haig, 2 Col J Howard; sweet peas: 1 Mrs C Allen, 2 J Wickham; cut flowers: 1 Mrs Haig, 2 A B Cullen, 3 C Allen; flowering pot plants: 1 A B Cullen, 2 Mrs Haig, 3 Mrs V M Cullen; outdoor fruit: 1 Mrs Haig, 2 Mr Moore, 3 M B Cullen; potatoes: 1 Mrs Haig; white eggs: 1 C Gasson; brown eggs: 1 C Allen, 2 C Gasson, 3 C Allen; tomatoes: 1 Col Howard; runner beans: 1 C Floyd; dwarf beans: 1 Mrs Haig, 2 E Booker; peas: 1 Col Howard, 2 Mrs Haig, 3 Mr Moore; onions: 1 Mr Moore, 2 C Allen, 3 Col Howard; carrots: 1 C Floyd, 2 C Gasson, 3 Mrs Haig; beet: 1 C Floyd, 2 Col Howard; broad beans: 1 Mrs Haig, 2 Mr Moore, 3 C Allen; marrows: 1 C Floyd; lettuce: 1 Col Howard, 2 Mrs Haig, 3 Mr Goddard
Cottagers – cut flowers: 1 C Gasson; kidney potatoes: 1 Mrs J Shepherd; broad beans: 1 C Gasson, 2 Mrs J Shepherd; onions: W Manktelow, 2 W Taylor, 3 C Gasson; shallots: 1 C Gasson, 2 W Manktelow, 3 W Taylor; carrots: 1 C Gasson, 2 W Taylor, 3 Mrs J Shepherd; beet: 1 C Gasson; peas: 1 W Taylor, 2 C Gasson; outdoor fruit: 1 C Gasson. Best cottage garden: 1 C Gasson, 2 Mrs J Shepherd, 3 W Taylor. Domestic – arrangement of flowers in a wine glass: 1 Miss P Baines, 2 Mrs Caffyn, 3 Mrs Stogden; single flower: 1 Mrs Payne, 2 Mrs Haig, 3 Mr McDermott; cactus: 1 Mr Cullen, 2 Mrs Manktelow, 3 Mrs Cullen; table centre decoration: 1 Miss S Burton, 2 Mrs Stogden, 3 Mrs Gasson; bottled soft fruit: 1 Mrs Caffyn, 2 Mrs Gasson, 3 Mrs Goddard; bottled stone fruit: 1 Mrs Gasson, 2 Mrs Caffyn; gooseberry jam:  1 Mrs Moore, 2 Mrs Gasson, 3 Mrs Caffyn; marmalade: 1 Miss L Crowhurst, 2 Mrs Moore, 3 Mrs Stogden; cooked beetroot: 1 Mrs Gasson; Madeira cake: 1 Mrs Howard, 2
Mrs Goddard, 3 Mrs Divall; rhubarb tart: 1 Mrs Gasson, 2 Mrs Howard, 3 Mrs Caffyn; chocolate sponge: 1 Miss L Crowhurst, 2 Miss P Baines, 3 Mrs R Ashby; socks: 1 Mrs Divall, 2 Miss A Bashford, 3 Miss L Crowhurst; apron: 1 Miss L Crowhurst, 2 Miss S Burton, 3 Mrs Gasson; child’s garment: 1 Mrs Gasson. Children – anything the work of exhibitor, Girls (12-16): 1 C Taylor, 2 A Dawes, 3 C Buckwell; (8-12): 1 B Collins, 2 S Harding, 3 E Buckwell; (under 8): 1 S Dawes, 2 S Harding. Boys (12-16): 1 M Dawes, 2 G Dawes; (8-12) 1 M Tolhurst, 2 R Gasson, 3 B Tester; (under 8) 1 V Bone, 2 P Goddard; pencil sketch of Blackham Church: 1 R Tester, 2 s Stogden, 3 S Dawes; verse copied and illustrated, (under 8): 1 S Harding, 2 C Rakow, 3 P Goddard; (8-12): 1 B Tester, 2 S Harding, 2 M Rakow; (12-16): 1 L Stogden, 2 A Bone; nasturtiums: 1 B Tester, 2 R Gasson, 3, C Taylor; tarts: 1 D Buckwell, 2 C Buckwell, 3 A Bone; arrangement of flowers: 1 L Stogden, 2 A Bone, 3 A Dawes; miniature garden: 1 S Stogden, 2 C Taylor, 3 S Dawes.
Judges impressed by high standard of record entry Husband and wife win cups (July 21, 1962)
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