I put in 3 tomatoes, which though I thought looked really beautiful didn't win anything. They probably weren't even considered as they didn't have stalks, one had dropped off before the show so I made them all the same, there are strict rules about these things I know. Mr FF said I should have pointed out that they were the organic Italian stalkless variety, they were indeed grown from seed I brought home with me. I also put in a pair of socks and the necklace I made a while ago, the socks got a first prize and won me 30p the necklace a third and 10pPam had been up to pick flowers from my garden for her entries, and managed to borrow my cup and saucer for the arrangement in a tea cup, she did really well with two first prizes.I'm wondering if there shouldn't be a special class next year for flowers from Jen's garden arranged in one of Jen's cups as well as for the stalkless tomatoes.
Such lovely things to look admire some puddings with obvious Masterchef influence, lots of children's classes, this one for a room in a shoe box (complete with pets), a tombola, raffle, word competition and home baked teas. A really pleasant afternoon. a good walk down to the village hall and back, tea with delicious home made cakes and a great change to meet up with all the talented growers and bakers and makers who live in our little village.