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About the ShowPrevious shows have raised a total of over £50,000 for charity.
The Trophies awarded page shows the award winners in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.
Reports on some previous shows can be found in the "pdf" files of the free Woodhouse and Woodhouse Eaves magazine, Roundabout:
- 2007 Show: October 2007 Roundabout
- 2008 Show: October 2008 Roundabout
- 2009 Show: October 2009 Roundabout
- 2010 Show: October 2010 Roundabout
- 2011 Show: October 2011 Roundabout
Other copies of Roundabout can be found on the Parish Council website here.
The 2006 show was reported in Roundabout, as follows:
Horticultural and Craft Show ReportDespite the warm weather and the lack of rain there was a really excellent display of fruit, flowers and vegetables of a very high standard. In the Culinary, Craft and Children's classes the standard of exhibits was also very high, but there was space for many more exhibits. Visitors flocked in during the afternoon with admiring remarks and appreciative eyes. The evening auction and raffle were well supported with generous bids and exciting raffle prizes.
Mr Batzoni's winning pumpkin
Retiring Secretaries Eric & Diane Allsop thank all exhibitors, helpers and the diminishing number of local residents who helped to found the Show 18 years ago. In particular, those indispensable Committee members for coping with so many tasks. This year's charities, PROSTaid, Hearing Dogs for the Deaf and the Alzheimers Society will share over £2,000.
Roundabout warmly thanks Eric and Diane for keeping the show on the road all these years, helping to raise just under £40,000 for charities. And well done to all the winners and exhibitors!
WinnersSee Trophies awarded.
Lady Martin, President of the Show, presented the trophies.
Thanks to Roundabout for permitting reproduction of the above article.
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Background image design and tessellation by Miriam Bowers.