Full results can be found on the online shows site at: https://shows.ssgf.uk/
Section A – Growing
A1. 4 potatoes, one variety, white, named
Louise Treble’s Maris Piper entry also wins best exhibit in section A.
A2. 3 leeks, one variety, named
A3. 3 carrots, one variety, named
A4. 3 ‘wonky’ carrots with a humorous caption
Section B – Kitchen
B2. A sourdough loaf
Dan Champion’s sourdough loaf entry also wins best adult exhibit in section B.
B6. A ‘Knickerbocker Glory Sundae’
Nesta Southwood’s Sundae also wins best under-12s exhibit in section B.
Section C – Eggs
C1. 3 largest hen’s eggs
C2. 3 smallest hen’s eggs
C3. 3 largest duck eggs
C4. 3 prettiest coloured eggs
Christina G. Romann’s eggs also win best exhibit in section C.
C5. ‘Best looking’ hen with her egg
Section D – Animals on a Smallholding
D1. Cutest photograph of an animal on the smallholding
Tracy Stafford’s cute lamb photograph also win best exhibit in section D.
D2. Mother and baby animal photograph
D3. Photograph of an animal “at work”
D4. Best action shot of an animal found in the countryside
D5. Funniest photograph of an animal found in the countryside, with a humorous caption
Section E – Crafted Fleece and Fibre
E1. One hand-knitted egg cosy
Anne Kane’s cake egg cosy also win best exhibit in section D.
E2. One pair of socks, ladies or gents, knitted in the round, any pattern
E3. Patchwork cushion cover, sides between 25-30cm long
E6. Pompom animal, any number of pompoms
Section F – Themed section: `Halloween`
F2. 3 decorated cupcakes depicting “Halloween”
Nesta Southwood’s spooky cupcakes also win best exhibit in section F.
Section G – Honey
G1. One 454g standard squat jar of clear honey
G2. One pieces of cut comb, 227g or over, flower or heather honey
G3. Two matching beeswax candles to be made by moulding
Margaret Forrest’s beeswax candles also win best exhibit in section G.