Village show raises vital funds for hospice
GREEN-FINGERED Townshend residents filled their small village hall with an impressive array of entries for their annual show.
Co-organiser Sarah Chapman said the flowers and vegetables looked fantastic, despite worries about the impact of recent poor weather.
Prizes were presented by Margaret Wiers, who was representing Cornwall Hospice Care, and the show held a collection for the charity which raised £115 on the day. Of that, £40 came from the 'people's cake' section where visitors were invited to taste a selection of entries and vote for their favourite by placing a coin in a pot.
Ms Chapman said: "The most popular cake was a decorated sponge made by Jenny Meagan who was thrilled that so much money had been raised by her cake."
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She added that overall the show was an enjoyable success and the committee wanted to thank all those who entered and the judges.
Cups: Glen Winn Rose Bowl – most points Townshend resident: Ken Wakely; Smitheram Shield – best exhibit by a Townshend resident: Jane Love; Country Skittles Cup – most points non-resident: Tom Christophers; Del Stockham Memorial Cup – for the best endeavour: Hannah Smith; Rose Bowl – most points cookery section: Helen Prudames; Wine Cup – most points wine section: David Gash; Linda Woodhouse Memorial Cup – most points cut flowers: Pete Lawson; Vegetable Grant Hart Cup – most points vegetable class: Tom Christophers; Handicrafts Cup – most points handicraft section: Cynthia Treloar; Floral Art Salver – most points floral art: Diane Lawson; Photography Cup – most points photography class: Eric Saunders; Art Cup – most points art: Rosemary Saunders; Rosehill Cup – most points in children's section: Will Prudames; best effort children's section: Keryn Price; best horticultural entry: Geoff Curnow; best floral art entry: Diane Punter; best cookery entry: Jane Love; best handicraft entry: Diane Punter; best wine entry: David Gash; best photographic entry: Sue Goldsworthy; best art entry: Rosemary Saunders, best entry flowers /plants: Janet Exelby; people's choice cake: Jenny Meagan.