THE sun shone warmly on this year’s Hebron Village Show.
Although entries were a little down on last year, there was still a range of high-quality produce on display.
The awards were shared around – for example, there were 12 different first-prize winners in the adult classes. Alan Davison judged the garden produce and there was a new judge for the household produce – Jeannie Dungait.
Garden produce – Four potatoes: 1 and 2 M Duffy, 3 D Dungait; Three onions: 1 K Baker, 2 L Bright; Three pods of beans: 1 M Duffy, 2 and 3 C Hill; Three eating apples: 1 L Bright, 2 L Mitchell, 3 T Roff; Three cooking apples: 1 P Kidd, 2 M Duffy; Three turnips or swedes: 1 O Dungait, 2 A Dungait, 3 B Dungait; One truss of tomatoes: 1 P Archer, 2 M Duffy, 3 K Baker; Largest pumpkin: 1 B McWilliam, 2 K Baker.
Household produce – Chocolate cake: 1 J Brewster, 2 J Thomson, 3 M Baker, highly commended C Hill; Lemon drizzle cake: 1 A Renton, 2 K Baker, 3 M Archer, highly commended J Thomson; Three fruit scones: 1 J Thomson, 2 P Duffy, 3 M Baker, highly commended A Renton; Jar of jam or jelly: 1 M Baker, 2 M Archer, 3 B Roff, highly commended P Duffy; Jar of chutney: 1 and 2 K Baker, 3 M Baker, highly commended P Duffy; Half-a-dozen eggs: 1 C Hill, 2 T Bright, 3 J Brewster; Fruit liqueur: 1 and 2 J Thomson.
Non-competitive classes – Vase of cut flowers: 1 J Brewster, 2 and 3 C Hill; Artwork: 1 V Block.
Children’s classes – Baking: 1 E Brewster; Vegetable animals: 1 E Brewster; Poem: highly commended E Brewster; Artwork: 1 and 2 S Thomson, 3 N Pell, highly commended S Pell.