Kenilworth Horticultural Society
The Winners were:
Class 1 - 3 stems Roses Jenny Matthews
Class 2 - 10 stems of Sweet Peas Monica Davis
Class 3 - 4 stems Carnations Pam Beedham
Class 4 - 5 stems of other flowers Pam Beedham
Class 5 - Pam's small arrangement Myra Wilkinson
Class 6 - Vase red white & blue flos Betty Sunley
The Best in Show Dennis Archer Cup Liz Watson
Flowers, Produce, Baking, Jam and Chutney
Wednesday 4th September, 2019, 5:00pm
The Autumn Show is always our biggest and best. We make an early start to allow competitors to stage their entries before judging. The mayor presents the prizes at our meeting which follows at 7.30pm.
There are classes for floral art, flowers, fruit and vegetables and a bit of home cooking!
If you would like a copy of the schedule please contact Myra Wilkinson.
There is a full list of 2017 show winners and photos below.
Dazzling Daffodils and Spring Flowers
Pam Beedham - Best in Show
The show entries - flowers fruit vegetables and home produce
We had a lot of entries for the show this year: the Red White and Blue arrangement to celebrate American Independence Day was particularly popular. Our Show Secretary, Myra , went the whole hog with her American outfit. The members voted for classes 1-4 and 6. Pam Beedham judged the small arrangement, and Andrew Caine judged the Best in Show. Jenny took first prize again this year with her beautiful roses but Pam Beedham stole the show with wins for her carnations and exotic lilies. Best in Show was won by Liz Watson for her Red White and Blue Arrangement. It was not the members' choice but Andrew judged it just had the edge. Thank you to everyone who entered and congratulations to the winners.
Flowers, Produce and Home Baking, Jam and Chutney
Wednesday 2nd September, 2015, 4:00pm
The Autumn Show is always our biggest and best. We make an early start (doors open at 4pm) to allow competitors to finalise their arrangements in time for judging.
There's a full list of the winners for the 2014 Show below, on this page.
This year the show will follow a similar format, with opportunities to enter floral art, flowers, fruit and vegetables and a bit of home cooking!
The winners receiving their prizes from the Mayor
Each year in March members can purchase a small plug plant.. The plants are then nurtured by their owners until August when we run a competition for the best grown plant.
In 2018 it was a Fuschia and we had a lot of entries with the full range of sizes, flowers and health on display. Thank you to everyone who brought their plant back, and made the competition so much fun.
Bernice Astling won the prize for the best Fuschia.. There was hot competition for the consolation prize with several impressively sickly entries but Paula Hallam clinched it with her very poorly little plant.. 'I can only grow vegetables' was her response.!
Roses, Pinks, Sweet Peas and Carnations
Wednesday 3rdJuly 2019, 6:30pm
Another chance for the flower growers to shine! This year we have added classes for pastel and bright coloured flowers as the Red White and Blue Arrangement for American Independence Day was so popular last year.
The winners and pictures from 2018 are below. Liz Watson won Best in Show with her vase of red white and blue flowers.
Bernice and her prize winning Fuschia
1 - 3 stems flowers Chris Draper J Roberts Cup (1)
2 - Mixed cut flowers Barbara Tyndall Smith Challenge Cup (2-4)
3 - Flowering pot plant Liz Watson
4 - Foliage pot plant Chris Draper
5 - Floral art Janet Lawrence
6 - Foliage art Janet Lawrence Rainbow Challenge Cup
7 - 6 Runner Beans Paula Hallam
9 - 6 Tomatoes Helen Rossiter Barnet Cup (7-11)
11 - Other vegetable Fiona Dowle
12 - 3 Fruit Paula Hallam
13 - 10 Soft Fruit Pat Warner Challenge Cup (12-13)
14 - Jam or Jelly Jennifer Matthews
15 - Pickle or Chutney Myra Wilkinson
16 - 6 Scones Jennifer Matthews
17 - Choc Courgette Cake Janet Lawrence Alan Davis Cup (16-18)
The Happy Winners with their exhibits
Class 1 - 6 stems cut spring flowers Bernice Astling
Class 2 - 3 Stems of blossom Monica Davis
Class 3 - Vase of mixed flowers and foliage Jenny Matthews
Class 4 - Container of bulbs Pam Beedham
Cass 5 - Foliage pot plant Pam Beedham
The Gemini Cup for best in Class 1-5 went to Pam Beedham for her container of bulbs
Class 6 - Lemon Curd Myra Wilkinson
Class 7 - Marmalade Linda Williams
Class 8 - Jelly Jim Cook
Spring Show 4th April 2018
There were 37 entries for the show and members produced a dazzling display of daffodils and spring flowers despite the cold wet weather.
Congratulations to Pam Beedham for winning best in show with her amazing bowl of Tulips. Congratulations to Jim Cook too for winning first prize for his Jelly.
Thanks to Andrew Caine for judging and Ursula Key-Davis our speaker for presenting the prizes.
We had 85 entries for the show (four more than last year) which is excellent. Thank you to everyone who took part and our Judges Andrew Caine, Joyce Slatter and Diane Pearce . Congratulations to the class and cup winners. Chris Draper again won a cup for her dahlias as did Janet Lawrence for her floral art. New cup winners were Paula Hallam for fruit and and Fiona Dowle who won two cups for her squashes and Jam. Well Done Indeed! The Deputy Mayor presented the prizes and after the show members talked about their favourite plants - Lavender, Clematis, Alliums and Liquid Amber amoungst others. It was a very enjoyable evening.
Our American Myra receiving her prize from Timothy Walker
We hold shows in Spring, Summer and Autumn and a competition in August
Bulbs and Blossom
Wednesday 3rd March 2019, 6:30pm
The first show of the year, and a chance to cheer ourselves up with a display of bulbs, cut flowers and house plants and we also have classes for Jelly and Marmalade as well.
Details of the winners and pictures of the 2018 entries are below.