|CUP||Given for||2021 Winner|
|THE HAYES CHALLENGE CUP||Presented by the late Lt. Col. W J Pearce to the Exhibitor with the most points in sections A & B||Les Barber|
|The ARTHUR CURNICK CUP||To the exhibitor gaining most points in section A||Les Barber|
|THE CORONATION CUP||To the exhibitor gaining most points in section B, other than the winner of the Hayes Cup||Les Wallace|
|THE JOHN PARTRIDGE MEMORIAL CUP||For the runner-up in section B||Charlie Sheppard
|THE LADIES CHALLENGE CUP||To the exhibitor with the most points in section C, 60-81 inc||Jean Partridge|
|THE SAMPSON CUP||For the runner-up in section C, 60 – 81 inc.||June Powell|
|THE CARDEN CHALLENGE CUP||To the child gaining most points in the age group 13 – 6 years||Emily McGraham|
|THE CECIL TATE MEMORIAL CUP||To the child gaining most points in the age group 9 – 12 years||Jack McGraham|
|THE BARBER CUP||To the child gaining most points in the age group 5 – 8 years||Not Awarded|
|THE CHAIRMANS CUP||To the child gaining most points in the age group under 5||Fred Pocock|
|THE CANON STEPHENSON CUP||For the best vase of Roses (HT) in section B. Previous years winner ineligible||Les Barber|
|THE ELLEN WEBB CHALLENGE CUP||For the best vase of Flowers in section B||Les Barber|
|THE GEORGE TILLING MEMORIAL CUP||For the best vase of Dahlias in section B||Les Wallace|
|THE FLORAL CUP||To the exhibitor gaining most points in classes 82 – 90||Les Barber|
|THE FREDERICK MARSH CUP||For the best Amateur photograph overall||Diana Brindley|
|THE BILL JAMES CUP||For the most points in Begonia section B||Bill Webb|
|THE TOM TRICE MEMORIAL CUP||For the best carrots in the show||Norman Powers|
|THE WALT HILLS MEMORIAL CUP||For the best runner beans in show||Cathy Neller|
|THE MRS R THOMAS CUP||Awarded for an exhibitor in the floral arrangement classes, to a Parishioner who has not won a cup before||Kim Boreham
|THE JANE WELLS CUP||Awarded for class 97, Childs arrangement||Emily McGraham|
In spite of another challenging growing season the Show was a great success with entries similar to last year. More than 130 people flocked to this keenly anticipated local event having put down their needles, whisks and watering cans– it’s not the taking part that counts – it’s the winning!
After looking at the entries in the many classes; which included vegetables, fruit, flower arranging, baking, preserves, handicrafts, children’s classes and photography; there was a chance to enter your dog in the novelty Dog Show, enjoy a burger from the barbeque washed down with some real ale, buy a winning raffle ticket, scoop up some prizes on the tombola, watch the children hook a duck and catch up with friends and neighbours before heading home with a treat from the cake stall.
A huge ‘Thank you’ to all our volunteers, supporters and sponsors.
Dr. Colin West presented the cups and then conducted the auction of donated produce at the end of another fun-packed village event.