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Flower Show 1st September 2018

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Jane Bishop, Chair of Shepton Beauchamp Parish Council keeps in the family when she presents husband, Reg Bishop with the trophy for the man gaining the most points in the 2018 Flower Show, Reg also was the most successful in the vegetable section. This year in spite of the weather entries were in total around the same as previous years at just over 300 due to the increase in the number of entries in the very successful children's classes. This years Dennis Chinaworks Plate awarded for the Best in Show in the children's classes was awarded to Toby Callow.

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The KC Harper CupFor the person gaining the most points in the vegetable section (C)Reg Bishop
The Powell CupFor the best exhibit in the vegetable section (C)Sarah Longman
The Sangster Rose BowlFor the person gaining the most points in the flower section (A)Sarah Longman
The Muriel Callow CupFor the person gaining the most points in the floral exhibits section (B)Sharon Humphreys
The Shepton Stores SalverFor the best exhibit in class A or B (flower sections)Hazel Powell
The Guy Piddocke TrophyThe person gaining most points in craftSue Stone
The Patricia Pearce CupThe person gaining the most points in cookingHelen Steinhardt
The Duke of York CupThe person with the most points in the homemade drinks sectionAndrew Humphreys
The JR England CupFor the man gaining the most pointsReg Bishop
The JW Rowswell & Sons CupFor the woman gaining the most pointsSue Stone
The Middleton CupFor the person gaining the most points in the Photographic SectionRichard Martin
The Jubilee CupFor the child gaining the most points in the 4 years and underDexter Lewis
The H.J. Jennings CupFor the child gaining the most points 5 - 6 yearsFreddie Bessell
The Hilary Jeayes CupFor the child gaining the most points 7 - 9 yearsMollie Bessell
The Hawkins Bros. CupFor the child gaining the most points 10 - 12 yearsFay Belben & Nancy Pattisson
The Shepton Beauchamp Youth CupFor the person gaining the most points 13-17 yearsHattie Rowswell
The Gillie Best CupChild with most points in the children’s section 4-12 yearsMollie Bessell
The Gardening Club CupNewcomer gaining most pointsCharlie Pattisson
The Dennis Chinaworks PlateChildren’s Best in ShowToby Callow
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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 5th August 2018

4 Weeks ending 5th August 2018 Jackpot 1st 2nd
15 July 77 Heather Horgan49 N & K Wylie-Carrick
22 July 33 Paul England85 Dave Goddard
29 July8 Barbara Allen 56 Murial Callow24 Lori Thomas
05 August 103 Dave McMeakin60 Ian Hawkins
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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 8th July 2018

4 Weeks ending 8th July 2018 Jackpot 1st 2nd
17 June 17 Lynn Hodge33 Paul England
24 June36 Stella Lock12 Malcolm Brown15 Janice Margrett
01 July 42 Dee Male13 Robert Thompson
08 July 82 Innis Finlay24 Lori Thomas
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St Petroc's Fayre 2018

Maypole Dancing What a fantastic time we all had with something for everyone, The Shambles was buzzing all day and well into the night, (apologies for the noise). Country dancing by our school children (and teachers) dancing around the maypole. A street party for around 80 children in Church Street, you could even learn drumming (or at least try your hand at) in the school garden.

Display of vestments in church, where the church silver was also on show, pick up your entry form for the village Treasure Hunt or put your name down for a forthcoming glass course. Teddy bears parachuting from the top of the church tower, I am happy to report there were no injured teddies although one bear was later found abandoned in the churchyard.

Time to grab a Cream Tea or pastie from Angies then a cooling Pimms from Shepton WI, accompanied or followed by one of Paul's burgers from The Duke of York. Zumba for an hour led by Lyn (however did she manage to keep going in that heat) with lots of ladies but very few gentlemen taking part. Two live bands plus a disco provided meant plenty of dancing to suit all ages and all tastes.

It was great to see just how the village comes together, we live in a very special village. Our thanks to the Events Team who were responsible for the organisation and to everyone who helped setup and clear up afterwards. Click the links below for a Youtube Video of the day or a short slideshow of photos.

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2018 Flower Show Classes & Entry Form

Our annual Flowershow takes place on Saturday 1st September, Exhibits to be staged by 11am when judging commences, the show will be open at 2pm with presentation of cups at 3pm.

Download details of this years classes and an entry form below. Closing date for entries to be received at Angie's Tearoom is 5:30pm Tuesday 28th August. Entry fee of 25p per entry per class.

Schedule of classes

Entry Form

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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 10th June 2018

4 Weeks ending 10th June 2018 Jackpot 1st 2nd
20 May 9 Ron Hastings49 N & K Wylie-Carrick
27 May68 Martin Johnson60 Ian Hawkins34 Mrs C Acres
03 June 51 Susan Barton63 Shirley Brister
10 June 8 Barbara Allen9 Ron Hastings
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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 13th May 2018

4 Weeks ending 13th May 2018 Jackpot 1st 2nd
22 April 28 Don Horgan59 Helen Richardson 22 Pete Morris
29 April13 Robert Thompson31 Dave Cable77 Heather Horgan
06 May 80 Lisa63 Shirley Brister
13 May 61 Susan Barton22 Pete Morris
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Draw Results 4 Weeks Ending 15th April 2018

4 Weeks ending 15th April 2018 Jackpot 1st 2nd
25 March57 Chris Willoughby67 Donna22 Pete Morris
01 April 80 Lisa66 Daphne Rawlings
08 April 47 Bernadette Close96 Sophie Fitchett
15 April 25 Pete Morris30 Emma Rees
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