Westwood Annual Flower and Vegetable Show 2020

 The Westwood Show Schedule is normally printed in April for distribution in May. It is quite possible that large gatherings will still be advised against in August. The Committee has agreed to suspend all progress on show organisation for the time being. If things in the UK improve radically, we can quickly gear up to produce the schedule and distribute - and re-invigorate show preparation. With the village in lockdown for some time, there are things in the show schedule which may inspire people such as gardening and crafting. The Show Committee’s mission is to inspire people to get involved every year - and it is perhaps far more important now whilst we all try to fill our time in our very restricted bubble. We live in hope of a sunnier outcome and will be prepared for it if it materialises - but if, as seems more likely than not at the moment, we have to cancel the Show, we can assure everyone that we will keep the same categories for next year so that their efforts can be displayed for all to see. We might even introduce an additional class for the best item made whilst in lockdown or isolation. And for the gardeners out there, you know that none of this year’s produce will go to waste.


Article published: 02 May 2020

Westwood Annual Flower and Vegetable Show 2020

The Westwood Flower and Vegetable show is all set to take place again this year on the August Bank Holiday Monday.   A copy of the schedule will be available towards the end of May, but for those items that may require a little more time …………

Craft Items                                                   Photography categories

A patchwork item                                             Water, snow or ice

A wooden item                                                 A  memorable holiday

A hand knitted or crocheted item                       Food glorious food                              

An item of cross-stitch                                      The cutest pet

A toy any medium                                         Art

Any other craft                                                 A picture or drawing, any medium

                                                                        A collage

The City of Bath Band will again entertain us.  Refreshments will be available in the Parish Rooms. 

We would be very pleased to hear from anyone involved with a local club or community group who may wish to have a stand at the show.

As always, it is only with the help and support of volunteers that this event can take place.  If you feel that you can help in any way, setting up the tents, stewarding, managing a stall or packing up at the end of the day, please do contact either John Streeter or Wendy Packer at westwoodshow@hotmail.co.uk..   


Article published: 23 Mar 2020

Westwood Annual Flower and Vegetable Show 2019

The lovely sunny weather helped to make this years show such a wonderful day. Visitors to the show enjoyed a bumper crop of entries along with the two new events - the live omelette cooking competition which was won by Megan Pocock and the Dog Show.   Both of which were highly entertaining.

Our thanks to the judges and stewards and all those volunteers who helped to prepare the site, man the car park and stalls, provided cakes and helped to serve the refreshments, produced the beautiful floral displays in the church and rang the bells to herald the start of the show.  Without you there would be no show so thank you all very much.

Cups presented to the following                                         

David Lewis Cup most points in fruit and vegetables

Kay Crawford

Challenge Class

Mark Day

Neville Day Cup best exhibit fruit and vegetable

Mark Day

Downside Cup best exhibit flowers

Sheila Biles

John Philpott Trophy best exhibit cookery

Jeannie Johnston

Richard Philips Cup best exhibit craft

Barbara Yates

Ken Miller Cup best exhibit home brew

John Streeter

Children’s best exhibit

Lucy Davies

Westwood Parish Council most points overall

Kay Crawford

Commemorative Flower Pots presented to the most points in each section    

Pre-School

Elspeth Snook

Infants

Lenny Green

Juniors

Lucy Davies

Young Teens

Ellie Davies

Flower Arranging

Sheila Biles

Home Brew

John Streeter

Photography

Ian Alderson

Craft

Katie Snook

Cookery

Jeannie Johnston

Flowers

Kay Crawford

WI Token for the best Begonia

Monica Humphries

 


Article published: 29 Sep 2019

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