ORGANISERS of this year’s Hulland Ward Village Show say the event has been another big success.
Villagers turned out in their hordes to either enter the various competitions, judge competitions or just have a browse at the community event, which is held each year in the Hulland Ward Millennium Village Hall.
This year saw an increase in entries to the 29 adult classes over last year, and a big rise in the number of children taking part in competitions.
The overall prize went to Katrina Pipes and Maya Heathcote was winner of the children’s classes, which encompassed work from the village school.
The 29 adult classes were split into four sections and there were seven children’s classes altogether.
Organiser Steve Dunning said: It’s been a very successful year, lots of people turned out to see it and there were lots of entries, certainly up on last year.
“One of the judges said it was the best standard he’s ever seen.”
The event, which is set up to bring the community together, is supported by a grant from the Hulland Ward Parish Council and any profit is put forward to help with the upkeep of Christ Church.