Letham Flower Show Results

Letham and District Horticultural Society
One Hundred and Sixteenth Annual Flower Show and Industrial Exhibition
Detailed Results 11 August 2018

Vegetables
Three Pods Broad Beans – 1 Dr J Harris, Letham; 2 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 3 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie
Six French Beans – 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 3 Dr J McGeorge, Dunshalt.
Two Beetroots, Globe – 1 Sir R Spencer-Nairn, Barham; 2 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 3 Mr J MacDonald, Freuchie.
One Cabbage – 1 Miss A. Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.

Two Carrots, Stump Root – 1 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie.
Two Carrots, Long -1 K Jack, Letham.
One head Cauliflower – 1 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Two Leeks – 1 Sir R Spencer-Nairn, Barham; 2 Lady V Bone, Bow of Fife.
Three Courgettes –1 Dr J Harris; Letham; 2 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mrs J Munro, Letham.
Three Onions, from Sets – 1 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 2 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 3 Sir R Spencer-Nairn, Barham.
Three Onions Red, from Sets or Seeds – 1 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 2 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie.
One Plant Parsley, Grown in Pot – 1 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 2 Mr McConnell, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 K Jack, Letham.
One Dish Green Peas (40-50) – 1 Dr J McGeorge, Dunshalt; 2 K Jack, Letham; 3 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Six Pods Peas – 1 K Jack, Letham; 2 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk, 3 Dr J McGeorge, Dunshalt.
Four Potatoes, White – 1 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 2 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 3 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Four Potatoes, Coloured – 1 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 2 Mr J MacDonald, Freuchie; 3 K Jack, Letham.
Three Varieties Potatoes, three each (named) – 1 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 2 K Jack, Letham.
Three Stalks Rhubarb, Quality – 1 Mrs J Ramsay-Service, Collessie; 2 Dr J Harris, Letham; 3 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank.
Three Shallots, Red (not seedlings) – 1 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie; 2 Mr B Forrest, Letham.
Three Shallots, Yellow (not seedlings) – 1 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie.
Five Cherry Tomatoes – 1 Dr J Harris, Letham; 2 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie.
Three Tomatoes – 1 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 2 M Anderson, Falkland; 3 Mr B Forrest, Letham.
One Cucumber – 1 Mr J MacDonald, Freuchie; 2 Dr J Harris, Letham.
Three Chillies – 1 Dr J Harris, Letham, 2 Sir R Spencer-Nairn, Barham; 3 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Any Vegetable not in the Schedule – 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mr A Duff, Pitlessie.
Any Unusually Shaped Vegetable – 1 Esme Taylor, Letham; 2 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 3 K Jack. Letham.

Pot Plants
One Begonia, Tuberous – 1 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty; 2 M Anderson, Falkland; 3 Mr R McConnell, Coaltown of Burnturk.
One Cactus or Succulent Plant – 1 Mr G McDonald, Bow of Fife; 2 Mrs K Black, Letham; 3 Mrs J Syme, Auchtermuchty.
One Orchid – 1 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty; 2 Mrs J Syme, Auchtermuchty; 3 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
One Fuchsia – 1 M Anderson, Falkland; 2 Mr R McConnell, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mrs J Syme, Auchtermuchty.
One Streptocarpus – 1 M Anderson, Falkland.
One Pot Lobelia – 1 K Jack, Letham; 2 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty.
One Pelargonium – any variety (Geranium) – 1 Miss K Spencer-Nairn, Rankeilour; 2 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty; 3 M Anderson, Falkland.
One Plant not in Schedule – 1 Mr R Hoggan, Ladybank; 2 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty; 3 Mrs J Syme, Auchtermuchty.
Two Plants (not exceeding 7″ pots) – 1 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty; 2 M Anderson, Falkland; 3 Mr R McConnell, Coaltown of Burnturk.
One Insectivorous Plant – 1 Mr B Service, Collessie; 2 Mr G McDonald, Bow of Fife; 3 Dr J McGeorge, Dunshalt.

Cut Flowers
Three Vases Annuals, distinct – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir.
Six Pinks – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir.
Three Dahlias – Medium Cactus – 1 Mr R Ritchie, Kettlebridge.
Three Small Decorative Dahlias – 1 Mr R Ritchie, Kettlebridge.
Bowl of Dahlias for Effect – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir.
Three Gladioli –1 Mrs T Lessels, Rankeilour;
One Gladiolus Spike – 1 Mrs B Jamieson, Auchtermuchty.
Three Vases Herbaceous, Distinct – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir.
Four Marigolds, French (shown on board) – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir; 2. Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Four Marigolds, Scotch, Double (shown on board) – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir.
Six Pansies, Mixed (shown on board) – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir; 2. Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Three Spikes Phloxes – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir.
Six Roses, not less than two varieties (shown on board) – 1 Miss K Spencer-Nairn, Rankeilour.
One Vase Sweet Peas, 12 Spikes – 1 Mr T Nelson, Cuparmuir; 2 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3= Sir Robert Spencer Nairn, Barham and Lady V Bone, Bow of Fife.

Decorative Section
One Bowl of Floating Flower Heads – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham; 2 K Jack, Letham; 3 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie.
Dried/Artificial Arrangement – Incorporating a Horse-shoe – 1 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 2 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 3= Mrs J Forrest, Letham and K Jack, Letham.
Fresh Arrangement in a Ladle 1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 2 Mrs J Forrest, Letham; 3 Mrs T Lessels, Rankeilour.
Ladies corsage, Artificial Flowers – 1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 2 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 3 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
Fresh Foliage Arrangement (18″ maximum overall) – 1 Mrs J Munro, Letham 2 Mrs G Hutchison, Collairnie; 3 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie.
Fresh Table Centre Decoration Christmas theme (Candle allowed) – 1 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 2 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 3= Mrs J Forrest, Letham and Mrs T Lessels, Rankeilour.
Fresh Miniature Arrangement in a Thimble (Not exceeding 4″ overall) – 1 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 2 Mrs J Forrest, Letham; 3 K Jack, Letham.

Fruit
20/30 Blackcurrants (in dish) – 1; Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 2 Mrs J Ramsay-Service, Collessie; 3 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank.
Twelve Gooseberries, Green or Red – 1 Dr J Harris, Letham; 2 Mrs J Ramsay-Service, Collessie; 3 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Twelve Raspberries (in dish) 1 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 2 Dr J Harris, Letham; 3 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank.
Twelve Stringlets of Redcurrants – 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 Mrs S Simmers. Myrecairnie; 3 Mrs G Hutchison, Collairnie.
Any Fruit not in Schedule 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 Mrs K Black, Letham; 3 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.

Handicrafts
A Pair Adult Mitts – Any Ply – 1 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham; 2 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland.
A Child’s Motif Jumper – any ply – 1 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk; 2 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 3 Mrs M Smith. Pitscottie.
An Item in Baked Modelling Clay– 1 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 2 Mrs C Kitching, Letham; 3 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham.
Mobile Phone Case – Any craft – 1 Mrs C Kitching, Letham; 2 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 3 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham.
Decorated Flower Pot – any craft (8” diameter max) – 1 Mrs M Black, Clubston; 2 K Stuart, Letham; 3 Mrs J Hamilton, Letham.
Decorated Tissue Box (Max size 6” overall) – 1 Mrs J Hamilton, Letham; 2 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 3 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham.
Door Stop – Any Craft – 1 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 2 Mrs L Kervell, Ladybank; 3 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham.
An item made from Hand-Made Felt –1 Mrs C Kitching, Letham.
Crocheted or Knitted Flower Brooch – 1 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham; 2 Mrs M Black, Clubston; 3 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk.
A Card in Quilling – 1 Mrs J Hamilton, Letham; 2 K Stuart, Letham; 3 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham.
An Item Made from Recycled Material – 1 Mrs L Kervell, Ladybank; 2 Mrs J Forbes, Cupar; 3 K Jack, Letham.
A Cross-Stitch Picture – 1 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 2 Mrs M Black, Clubston; 3 K Stuart, Letham.
An Item of Jewellery – any craft – 1 Mrs M Black, Clubston; 2 Mrs A M Taylor, Letham; 3 Mrs M Smith, Pitscottie.
Decorated Fabric Bag – Decoration only Judged – 1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie.
Knitted Scarf Novice Class – 1 Mrs J Forbes, Cupar; 2 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Any Special Article made by Lady – 1 Mrs M Black, Clubston; 2 Mrs B Rattray, Falkland; 3 Mrs L Kervell, Ladybank.
Any Special Article made by Gent – 1 Mr G Hutchison, Collairnie.

Baking
Three Chocolate Chip Cookies – 1 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 2 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty; 3 Mr H Broadhurst, Letham.
Individual Quiche – 1 Mrs T Lessels, Rankeilour.
Three Gypsy Creams – 1 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie 2 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty.
Three Pieces Traybake – Uncooked – 1 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 2 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 3 Mr B Service, Collessie.
Three Meringue Shells – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham.
Three Rock Cakes – 1 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty.
Three Drop Scones – 1 Mrs K Black, Letham; 2 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 3 Mr D Hamilton, Letham.
Three Cheese Scones – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham; 2 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty; 3 M Anderson, Falkland.
Three Apple and Cinnamon Muffins – 1 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty; 2 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk.
White Loaf – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham.
Brown Loaf – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham.
Victoria Sponge – Jam Filling Only –1 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty; 2 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 3 Miss K Spencer-Nairn, Rankeilour.
One Small Plain Gingerbread – 1 Miss A Irvine, Coaltown of Burnturk; 2 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty.
Three Pieces Shortbread – 1 M Anderson, Falkland.
Three Different Marzipan Fruits – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham; 2 Mrs J Hamilton, Letham; 3 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie.
Two Small Macaroon Bars – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham; 2 K Stuart, Letham.
Two Slices of Courgette Loaf from set recipe – 1 Mr D Hamilton, Letham; 2 Mrs A McDonald, Bow of Fife; 3 Mrs T Lessels, Rankeilour.

Photographic Section
Theme: Farming Life
1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 2 Mr I Mathieson, Cupar, 3 Mr D Hamilton, Letham.

Jams and Jellies
Apple Jelly – 1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 2 Mrs K Black. Letham.
Blackcurrant Jelly – 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 K Jack, Letham; 3 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie.
Apricot Jam – 1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 2 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 3 Mrs K Black, Letham.
Lemon Curd (small jar) – 1 Mrs J Ellis, Springfield; 2 Mrs K Black, Letham; 3 Mrs M Black, Clubston.
Marmalade – 1 Mrs J Syme, Auchtermuchty; 2 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 3 C Nutter, Coaltown of Burnturk.
Raspberry Jam – 1 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie; 2 Mrs J Munro, Letham; K Jack, Letham.
Redcurrant Jelly – 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 Mrs J Munro, Letham; 3 Mrs S Simmers, Myrecairnie.
Rhubarb & Ginger Jam – 1 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 2 Mrs E Allan, Letham; 3 Mrs J McCaffery, Auchtermuchty.
Strawberry Jam – 1 Mrs K Black, Letham; 2 Miss E Wilson, Ladybank; 3 Mrs J Syme, Auchtermuchty.
Chutney (any variety) – 1 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 2 Mrs M Black, Clubston; 3 Mrs J Hamilton, Letham.
Jam, Jelly or Preserve not in Schedule – 1 M Anderson, Falkland; 2 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 3 Mrs J Ellis, Springfield.

Wine and Beer
One Bottle Home-made Wine, White (Sweet) – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
One Bottle Home-made Wine, White (Dry) – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
One Bottle Home-made Wine, Red (Sweet) – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
One Bottle Home-made Wine, Red (Dry) – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
One Bottle Home-brewed Beer or Lager – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
One Bottle Home Brewed Cider – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham; 2 Mr D Hamilton.
One Bottle Home-made Spirit/Liqueur – 1 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie; 2 Mrs H McGeorge, Dunshalt; 3 K Jack, Letham.

S.W.R.I Competition
Theme: Summer Picnic
1 Kilmany; 2 Dairsie; 3 Cults.

Produce
Three Brown Eggs (Hen/Bantam) – 1 Mr J Rotheram, Letham; 2 Madeline Smiles, Letham; 3 Mrs W Jack, Craigrothie.
Three White Eggs (Hen/Bantam) – 1 Mr B Service, Collessie 2 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.
Three Coloured Eggs (Hen/Bantam) – 1 Mr B Service, Collessie; 2 Mrs J Forrest, Letham; 3 Mr J Rotheram, Letham.
Three Duck Eggs – 1 Mrs J Forrest, Letham.

Childrens
Under 5s
A Dream Catcher – 1 Imogen Dwyer, Monimail; 2 Arthur Broadhurst, Monimail.
Hand Print Painting (A 4Max) – 1 Nico Kitching, Letham; 2 Imogen Dwyer, Monimail; 3 Aaliyah Smiles, Auchtermuchty;
Pasta Necklace – 1 Aaliyah Smiles, Auchtermuchty; 2 Nico Kitching, Letham; 3 Arthur Broadhurst, Monimail.
Cress grown in an Egg Cup – 1 Imogen Dwyer, Monimail; 2 Nico Kitching, Letham; 3 Ruaridh Smiles, Auchtermuchty,
5 – 8 Years
A Dream Catcher – 1 Jake Reynolds, Letham; 2 Vienna Kitching, Letham; 3 Rory Hamilton, Letham.
Edible Snake – 1 Charlie Dwyer, Monimail; 2 Tilly McGarry, Letham; 3 Vienna Kitching, Letham.
Lego Model, 50 pieces maximum (no kits allowed) – 1 Jake Reynolds, Letham; 2 Vienna Kitching, Letham; 3 Charlie Dwyer, Monimail.
3 Chocolate Truffles (Using Digestive Biscuits) – 1 Vienna Kitching, Letham; 2 Fergus Broadhurst; 3 Rory Hamilton, Letham.

9 – 12 Years
Painting of a Butterfly – 1 Anna Black, Letham; 2 Holly Hamilton, Letham; 3 Ella McGeorge, Dunshalt.
Edible Creature – 1 Madeline Smiles, Letham; 2 Anna Black, Letham; 3 Ella McGeorge, Dunshalt.
A Dream Catcher – 1 Holly Hamilton, Letham; 2 Anna Black, Letham; 3 Logan Reynolds, Letham.
2 Small Macaroon Bars – 1 Anna Black, Letham; 2 Madeline Smiles, Letham; 3 Ella McGeorge, Dunshalt.

13 – 16 Years
Three Pieces of Millionaires Shortbread – 1 Helen Black, Letham.

Item in Baked Modelling Clay – 1 Helen Black, Letham.

Decorated T Shirt – 1 Helen Black, Letham.

A Dream Catcher – 1 Helen Black, Letham.

Open Classes
Decorated Flower Pot (Maximum size 15cm) – 1 Helen Black, Letham; 2 Anna Black, Letham; 3 Logan Reynolds, Letham.
Photograph- Weather Theme (taken by Child) – 1 Jake Reynolds, Letham; 2 Rory Hamilton, Letham; 3 Luke Grindle, Letham.
Collage – Flowers Theme – 1 Madeline Smiles, Letham; 2 Luke Grindle, Letham; 3 Millie Armstrong, Letham.
Floating Flower Heads in a Cereal Bowl – 1 Vienna Kitching, Letham 2 Holly Hamilton, Letham; 3 Millie Armstrong, Letham.
Vegetable Grown by Child – 1 Millie Armstrong, Letham; 2 Fraser Armstrong, Letham; 3 Charlie Dwyer, Monimail.
Miniature Garden – 1 Millie Armstrong, Letham; 2 Madeline Smiles, Letham; 3 Ben Brincat, Letham.

Community Council Elections

Can you help keep our community going?

Nominations to the Community Council are now open and all residents  of the ward (Bow of Fife, Letham, Monimail and Fernie) are invited to stand. 

We have not had an election in many years and Community Councillors have been appointed simply on nomination. 

Monimail Community Council is however one of the most proactive in the region and has camapaigned successfully on a number of issues for the good of the Community. Councillors are expected to attend bimonthly meetings and faithfully represent the interests of the community on a wide range of issues. 

If you’d be prepared to stand please contact the Secretary Karen Vaughan at john.vaughan@the-vaughans.org and we’ll get a form to you.

 

 

 

BLOSSOMING DAY AT LETHAM FLOWER SHOW

The Letham & District Horticultural Society’s 116th Annual Flower Show and Industrial Exhibition held on Saturday 16th August. had an encouraging 560 entries. Amazingly given the difficult weather conditions over the summer the entries were almost the same as last year (557)

Saturday turned out to be a fine day and a sunny afternoon brought out a good number of visitors.  That along with the large number of large number of items entered into the show by the exhibitors made it a very successful day.

It is always encouraging to see a large entry in the Children’s Section and this year was no exception with 136 entries.

In the under 5’s the most popular classes were some very imaginative colourful hand print paintings, pastanecklaces and the ever-popular cress grown in an egg cup.

The 5-8 age group was extremely well entered with some lovely dream catchers, fantastic edible snake and intricate Lego models.

In the 9-12 age group there was fierce competition between eight competitors with some very creativeedible creatures, colourful paintings of butterflies,beautiful dream catchers and tasty macaroon bars.

In the 13-16 age group there was some very goodartistic examples of entries with a really intricate sheep made out of modelling clay, some delicious millionaires shortbread, a decorated T shirt and an imaginative dream catcher decorated with sea shells.

In the open section for all age-groups, all the classes proved popular with the biggest entries being the decorated flower pot with 15 entries, next highest with 14 entries was the floating flower heads in a cereal bowl. There was a good entry in the photograph class with some very imaginative photos of different weather conditions. Appropriately for a flower show there were 7vegetables grown by a child class – so we have some budding gardeners of the future! Finally, the ever-popular miniature garden attracted a good number of entries with a wonderful range of ideas from the children.

Despite the difficult weather conditions this year there was a 40% increase in the number of entries to 103 inthe Vegetable Section. We have not had that level of entries since 2002! It was a very encouraging section with broad beans, French beans, potatoes and tomatoes being the most popular entries.

The Pot Plant section was popular with the more unusual exhibits of orchids, cacti and insectivorous plants being exhibited. There was also some beautiful fuchsia, colourful pelargonium and a huge display of vivid purple surfinia with the best exhibit being an outstanding begonia.

The Cut Flower section although down on last year showed a colourful array of gladioli, marigolds and fragrant sweet peas.

The floral theme continued in the Decorative Section which was well entered in every category with the competitors showing imaginative use of flowers and foliage in their displays including the ever-popular bowls of floating flower heads. There were very impressive novel arrangements of fresh flower arrangements inladles, beautiful table centre decorations on a Christmas theme and some very delicate miniature arrangements in thimbles.

In the Rural section, the theme was Summer Picnicand the ladies had certainly put their expert skills to full use with beautifully designed and imaginatively sewn picnic bags and napkins and colourful floral arrangements in tumblers. Edible entries consisted ofsavoury Scotch eggs and tasty flapjack.

Although marks are not awarded for the display each Rural had ensured that their entry was beautifully and imaginatively displayed to convey the Summer PicnicTheme

The Handicrafts Section enjoyed an increase in the number of exhibits with similar number of entries in every class and they showed a range of practical and decorative skills. The more popular categories were a decorated flower pot, a child’s motif jumper, crocheted or knitted brooches and items of jewellery.

The Baking Section was however down on last year but still there was a good spread of delectable treats. Staples such as cheese scones, dropped scones and the set recipe for a courgette loaf were most popularwith sugary treats such as Victoria sponge, traybake and marzipan fruits also proving popular.

The Jams and Jellies had the highest number of entries per class with raspberry jam, rhubarb & ginger jam and marmalade being the most popular

All the above could have easily been washed down with the selection of wines, beers, ciders and liqueurs being entered with the highest category being in the liqueur category with a very diverse range of liqueurs being entered.

Again, the weather appears to have been favourable to the fruit growers with a 50% increase in the number of fruit entries. All categories were well entered with blackcurrants and gooseberries being the most popular.

The theme for this year’s Photographic Section was “Farming Lifeand proved popular with some wonderful photos of different aspects of farming life.

The Sales Table run by Miss Wilson, Ladybank proved to be popular with broccoli kindly donated by Mrs E Crombie, Westhall.

There was also a Vegetable and Fruit tombola with donations from Kettle Produce which was keenly supported by the visitors.

Outdoor games of putting, tub ball and horseshoe throwing proved popular with a large number of children and grown-up children alike with a large queue forming over the afternoon.

Afternoon teas were provided by the ladies in the kitchen who did a sterling job serving a steady flow of thirsty visitors.

Trophies were presented by Rev. Jeff Martin of Cupar Old and Monimail with Logan Reynolds presenting himwith a flowering plant as a thank you from the Society.

The Show was rounded off with an auction of exhibits that had been very kindly donated by the competitors thus ending what had been a very successful 116thShow.

Willie Fenton, on behalf of the Society, thanked all the competitors, helpers and visitors who made the Show possible and for making it such a success and encouraging everyone to come back next year.

 

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