Main Prizewinners:-

For the highest total number of points gained in the show
& Gordon Brooks Trophy       Stuart Clensy

For the most points gained in the flower section
& the Newton le Willows Rotary Club Trophy     Stuart Clensy

For the most points gained in the Vegetable section
Jim Broderick

Garden News Top Tray           1st        James Weedall
          2nd        Pascal Doyle
          3rd        Albert Lyon

Garden News Top Vase   1st       Alan Jones
   2nd      Stuart Clensy
                  3rd       Don Sutcliffe

Royal Horticultural Society Banksian medal      Stuart Clensy

Best exhibit in show & Garden News Shield        Stuart Clensy

The National Chrysanthemum Society Silver Medal                  
HK Jeacock trophy    Colin Taylor                                              
The National Dahlia Society Silver Bronze medal                     
      The National Dahlia Society Bronze Medal
  Stuart Clensy     
The British Fuchsia Society Blue Rosette                
               J Ashcroft

The British Gladiolus Society Bronze Medal

    Chris Nightingale/Bernie Woods

Pot Plants
Sue Lever Trophy                     Don Farrell

The National Rose Society Bronze Medal     
Bernie Woods/ Silvana Briers

The National Vegetable Society Silver Medal
      James Weedall
Although the sun didn't shine on us for the opening of our 2010 flower and vegetable show we still had overwhelming support from both exhibitors and visitors throughout  the day. This will be our last year at St Aelreds' College which next year will combine with Selwyn Jones and become the new  Hope Academy.

As the Hope Academy will not be available before 2012 we are well underway in finalising details to hold the show next year at Penkford School in Common Road,
Newton -le - Willows so please do continue to support us and make it the same success as this year.
Vegetable Entries
Flower Entries
Special Dahlia Class

This year we ran for the first time a special Dahlia class for the novice grower with an new variety of Dahlia called
'Badgers Twinkle' donated by Stewart Clensy. The first prize of a stainless steel fork and spade was won by Mike Briers
Childrens Class

Cookery, Art & Floral Art Class