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The show was held at the Church of St Mark, Layton, Blackpool on Saturday 2 September 2017.

Organised by Layton Permanent Allotment, the show was open to all Blackpool  residents, not just allotment plot holders.

The show attracted more than 200 exhibits in these classes…

Fruit and Vegetables - Potatoes, tomatoes, beans, onions, carrots, cabbage,

cauliflower, leeks, berries and trugs of kitchen vegetables.

Flowers - Dahlias, chrysanthemums, sweet pea, gladioli, carnations

and floral arrangements

Produce - Victoria sponge, biscuits, fruit cake, lemon cake, fruit pies,

jams, chutney and honey.

Children’s Section - Children’s Garden.

The day started early with preparing the tables for the exhibits.

By 9:30 all the exhibits were in place and waiting for the judging to start.

Meanwhile, the entrants and visitors enjoyed the refreshments, bacon butties, cakes and biscuits available in the sites tearoom.

The invited judges for each class examined every entry in each category and awarded first, second and third places.

Meanwhile, the exhibitors waited patiently for the judges decisions on their hard work this growing season.

Click here to see the report by the Blackpool Gazette

Click here to see photo’s of the show

Later in the afternoon, trophies were presented to winners.

The trophies were presented by Reverend Peter Lillycrap, vicar of the Church of St Mark, Layton