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Juicy jams and fantastic flowers make Langham Show a huge winner

Everything from cracking cacti to juicy jams and fantastic flowers lit up Langham Show at the weekend.

Dozens of top-notch entries kept the judges busy as eight people shared the trophies between them with 90 classes altogether.

Richard Braithwaite, 72, who helped to support the event at Langham Primary School on Saturday, said: “We had an excellent day.

“Entries were down because the heatwave has made it a tough summer.

“But the judges were very impressed.”

He added: “The most popular classes were eating apples, chutnies and jams.

“The best exhibit in the show was won by a foliage plants for the first time.

“It’s great to get the community behind the show.”

Trophy winners were:

Robin Turner – two trophies for Most Points and Outstanding Exhibit in Junior Classes;

Margaret Foot – three trophies for Most Points in Show, Most Points in Flower Classes, Best Vase or Arrangement of Flowers plus a shared trophy with Richard Braithwaite for Most Points in Domestic Classes;

David Suter – three trophies for Most Points in Vegetable Classes, Outstanding Exhibit in Dahlia Classes and Judges’ Trophy for Onion Classes;

Susan Holford – two trophies for Outstanding Exhibit in Flower Classes and Best Exhibit in Show;

Richard Braithwaite for Outstanding Domestic Exhibit;

Alan Cunningham for Outstanding Exhibit in Vegetable Classes;

Marian Markham for Outstanding Exhibit in Fruit Classes;

Caroline Webb for Outstanding Exhibit in Roses.

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