Another September Saturday, another show: highlights, lowlights and challenges for 2012. Above: the winning logo design.
After a break last year, this year’s show saw over 86 people enter a total of 431 entries to be judged and admired on 10 September in the Village Hall and Scout HQ. With vegetable, fruit, floral, food and drink, craft, photography and children’s classes there really was something for everyone - view full report >>
A one-off class this year was for a logo design for the Show itself. We had 9 entries and the winner, Kay Maskell, produced a design which brought together many of the different themes of the Show, simple, effective and easy to reproduce on our certificates and posters - well done Kay! For a second, more informal slideshow click on the link directly below our new logo.
During the afternoon we were treated to delicious tea and cake by the Country Market, so many thanks to all those who baked and served. It was great to see so many people using the little seating area to have a cuppa and a chat whilst admiring the photography classes.
Thank you to all our judges for giving up your time to make some very difficult decisions. The planning for next year will begin soon so get growing, sewing, baking and snapping! See you all next year, Fay Taylor - Eynsham Village Show.
Last weekend of dance for Eynsham Morris.
It's a family thing. Frankie Howells won bronze for her entry in Class 83: Original Lego Creation.
Mike Dale counts them all in.
Jean Alder's 3 dahlias won silver in Class 19.
Kathie Tanner's winning entry in Class 37: “Cascade”.
Phil Whittaker is an all-rounder but won gold in Class 32: Bowl of 3 Dessert Pears.
Jackie Pinnock's sunflower head beat all comers in Class 86.
Win Goody, winner of many an award for her paintings, is back to try her luck again.
Class 61: Painting or Drawing of Seasons
The winner in photo Class 70: Mirror Image.
The winner in Class 69: Transport.
Country Market founder member Mary Evans reviews the competition.
Class 15: Basket of Mixed Vegetables - winning entry by Colin Fisk.
Kerry Fisher's bronze-winning entry in Class 3: 3 Onions.
Class 26: Bowl of 3 Dessert Apples.
Kathie Tanner's floral arrangement for Class 35: “Out of the Ordinary” won silver.
This jar of jam won gold for Sue Butler-Miles in Class 39.
Entries for Class 56: Bottle of Fruit Spirit.
County Market founder member Pat Atkins - still providing delicious teas.
The winning entry in Class 22: Bowl of Roses - again from Kathie Tanner.
Succulent in Simpsons mug from Sandra Harbour - the winning entry in Class 23.
Detail from Lucy Fisk's winning entry in Class 62: A Sewn Garment.
Carnival Chairman Julie Jordan.
Pamela Powell won a silver for her entry in Class 34: Arrangement in a Glass ... and gold in Class 44: Banana Cake.
Sue Butler-Miles and husband Norman take a break from Country Market teas to watch the presentations.
Cordelia Singleton won the Eynsham Carnival Cup for her garden on a plate and Eynsham Scout Group Cup for the most points awarded to a child.
Time to take the bunting down ... but please come back next year!