Marvellous variety at Leven flower and craft show

At The Centre, Leven,  were Sue Allan, left, and Thye Copland (picture by George McLuskie)

At The Centre, Leven, were Sue Allan, left, and Thye Copland (picture by George McLuskie)

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Leven & District Gardens & Allotments Association Annual Flower & Craft Show results from August 2014 at The Centre, Leven:

Class 1-212 J. Marshall Memorial Rose Bowl for Best Exhibit in Show - Neil Moreland.

Vegetable Section

Trophies

Class 1-3 Brown Shield Best Exhibit in Class, Class 4-12 Ann Sinagoca Trophy Best Exhibit, Class 4-35 Donaldson Challenge Cup Best Exhibit, Class 4-35 Charles MacDonald Cup runner-up to Best Exhibit, Class 1-35 Donaldson Challenge Medal First Classes, Class 19-22 Bunyard Medal Best Exhibit, Class 36-45 Stewart Sinagoca Trophy Most Points – all Neil Muirhead.

Class 36-45 Bailie Howie Trophy Best Exhibit – Callum Clunie.

Class 36-45 John & Jan Jacobs Trophy runner-up to Best Exhibit – David Selway.

Sponsored prizes

Classes 01-09 Watson’s of Leven and Classes 10-35 Hi-Q Tyre Services – Neil Muirhead. Classes 36-45 Leven Pharmacy - Callum Clunie.

Classes:

Display of vegetables, 3 each or 3 different kinds on board or tray – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 William Loudon, 3 G. Keltie.

Mini display of vegetables, one each of three distinct kinds, no decoration – 1 and 2 Neil Muirhead,3 William Loudon.

One trug or basket of fruit or vegetables –1 Mr L. Wheelans, 2 G. Keltie, 3 Calum Clunie.

Three leeks blanch with or without board – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 William Loudon.

Two pot leeks – 1 Calum Clunie.

Three onions quality white or red – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 William Loudon, 3 Fife College Supported Programmes.

One onion weight white or red – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 William Loudon, 3 Robert Hain.

Four onions grown from sets, flat – 1 William Loudon, 2 G. Keltie, 3 Alex Duff.

Four onions grown from sets, round – 1 G. Keltie, 2 Alex Duff, 3 William Loudon.

Six shallots yellow – 1 Alex Duff.

Six shallots red – 1 Robert Hain, 2 Alex Duff, 3 Robert Hain.

Six shallots Arran – 1 and 2 William Loudon, 3 Mr L. Wheelans.

Three beetroot globe – 1 Mr L. Wheelans, 2 Robert Hain, 3 Neil Muirhead.

Three carrots long – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 W. Duff, 3 William Loudon.

Three carrots stump rooted – 1 Calum Clunie, 2 Neil Muirhead, 3 W. Duff.

Four potatoes white – 1 William Loudon, 2 Calum Clunie, 3 Alex Duff.

Four potatoes coloured – 1 William Loudon, 2 and 3 Robert Hain.

Potatoes 4 white & 4 coloured in box or tray – 1 William Loudon, 2 David Galloway.

Potatoes display 4 varieties, 4 of each in box or tray – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 W. Duff, 3 William Loudon.

Six pods peas – 1 and 2 Neil Muirhead, 3 Mr L. Wheelans.

Six pods bean broad – 1 Mr L. Wheelans,2 Alex Duff.

Six pods bean dwarf french – 1 and 3 Robert Hain, 2 Helen Brown.

Six pods bean runner – 1 Alex Duff, 2 William Loudon.

One turnip – 1 Helen Brown, 3 Robert Hain.

One lettuce – 1 Mr L. Wheelans, 2 William Loudon.

One cabbage quality round – 1 William Loudon.

One cabbage quality pointed – 1 Mr L. Wheelans.

Two stalks celery – 1 and 2 Neil Muirhead, 3 Calum Clunie.

One vegetable marrow quality – 1 William Loudon, 2 and 3 Neil Muirhead.

One vegetable marrow weight – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 William Loudon, 3 Robert Hain.

One pot any herb – 1 David Selway.

One cucumber – 1 and 2 Neil Muirhead, 3 Fife College Supported Programmes.

One truss of tomatoes – 1 David Selway, 2 and 3 Robert Hain.

Six tomatoes red quality – 1 David Selway, 2 David Galloway, 3 Neil Muirhead.

Six tomatoes yellow quality – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 James Birrell, 3 Mr L. Wheelans.

Six tomatoes cherry quality – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 and 3 Robert Hain.

Nine tomatoes one variety, named quality – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 James Birrell, 3 William Loudon.

Four dessert apples – 1 Calum Clunie, 2 and 3 Mr L. Wheelans.

Four cooking apples – 1 William Loudon, 2 Calum Clunie, 3 Mr L. Wheelans.

Six stalks rhubarb – 1 Alex Duff, 2 Mr L. Wheelans.

One plate of fruit not already mentioned – 1 David Galloway, 2 Mr L. Wheelans, 3 Norman Cunningham.

Cut Flower Section

Trophies – Class 46-88 Linburn Trophy Best Exhibit and Class 49-53 Sweet Pea Trophy by Lindsay Burns, CBE Best Exhibit – W. Duff.

Class 54-55 DHS Chrysanthemum Challenge Cup Best Exhibit, Class 56-58 Chrysanthemum Challenge Cup Best Exhibit and Class 54-58 Chrysanthemum Medal runner-up – A. Davidson.

Class 59-72 Ellen Ingram Challenge Shield Best Exhibit – R. Ritchie.

Class 73 A. C. Sinclair Single Rose Trophy Best Exhibit – Kay Brown.

Class 74-76 James Gillies Cup Best Exhibit, Class 77-88 Dr Jacobs Trophy Most Points and Class 46-88 Provost Adamson Medal Most Firsts – Tom Nelson.

Sponsored prizes – Classes 46-58 Lynn Herbert & Co – W. Duff. Classes 59-72 Kingdom Autobody Repairs – R.Ritchie. Classes 73-88 Kirkcaldy Garden Centre – T. Nelson.

Classes:

Three vases gladioli, 1 spike per vase, minimum 2 cultivars – 1 J. Woodcock.

One vase gladioli 3 spikes – 1 Calum Clunie, 2 William Loudon.

One vase gladioli 1 spike – 1 William Loudon, 2 David Selway, 3 Calum Clunie.

Three vase sweet peas 12 spikes min. 2 cultivars – 1 W. Duff.

One vase sweet peas 12 spikes 1 cultivar, pink, white, cream – 1 and 2 W. Duff.

One vase sweet peas 12 spikes 1 cultivar, blue , lavender, mauve – 1 and 2 W. Duff.

One vase sweet peas 12 spikes 1 cultivar, orange, scarlet, cerise – 1 W. Duff.

One vase or bowl sweet peas mixed cultivars – 1 and 2 W. Duff, 3 Calum Clunie.

Three vases chrysanthemums 3 blooms per vase – 1 A. Davidson, 2 Alistair Bernard.

Three vases spray chrysanthemums exhibition 3 stems vase – 1 A. Davidson, 2 J. Rodger.

One vase chrysanthemum, 3 blooms – 1 and 2 Alistair Bernard, 3 J. Rodger.

One vase spray chrysanthemums exhibition 3 stems – 1 A. Davidson, 2 Alistair Bernard, 3 J. Rodger.

Three vases dahlias giant or large flowered 1 bloom per vase – 1 and 3 Alistair Bernard, 2 George Reid.

One vase dahlias medium cactus/semi cactus 3 blooms – 1 Ross Ainsley, 2 and 3 Neil Moreland.

One vase dahlias small decorative 3 blooms – 1 Ross Ainsley, 2 and 3 Alistair Bernard.

One vase dahlias small cactus/semi cactus 3 blooms – 1 George Reid, 2 Ross Ainsley, 3 Alistair Bernard.

Three vases medium dahlias 3 blooms per vase – 1 R. Ritchie, 2 Neil Moreland.

Three vases small dahlias 3 blooms per vase – 1 R. Ritchie, 2 Alistair Bernard, 3 Ross Ainsley.

Three vases miniature dahlias 3 blooms per vase – 1 T. Cleghorn, 2 Ross Ainsley, 3 George Reid.

Three vases dahlias any type 3 blooms per vase – 1 Neil Moreland, 2 George Reid, 3 Alistair Bernard.

One vase dahlias miniature decorative 5 blooms – 1 T. Cleghorn, 2 Ross Ainsley.

One vase dahlias miniature cactus, semi cactus 5 blooms – 1 Ross Ainsley, 2 George Reid.

One vase dahlias small/miniature ball 3 blooms – 1 T. Cleghorn, 2 Ross Ainsley, 3 George Reid.

One vase dahlias pompons 5 blooms – 1 George Reid, 2 Ross Ainsley.

One vase roses 1 bloom named – 1 and 2 Kay Brown, 3 Tom Nelson.

One vase roses 3 blooms – 1 Kay Brown.

One vase roses 5 blooms – 1 Tom Nelson, 2 Kay Brown.

Three vases herbaceous minimum 2 cultivars 9 stems per vase – 1 Tom Nelson, 2 Margaret Weepers.

One vase mixed flowers front facing – 1 Tom Nelson, 2 Margaret Weepers, 3 Takako Selway.

One vase carnations perpetual or border 9 stems – 1 T. Cleghorn, 2 Tom Nelson, 3 Margaret Weepers.

Threevases annuals minimum 2 cultivars 6 stems per vase – 1 Tom Nelson.

One vase annuals 1 cultivars 12 stems – 1 Tom Nelson, 2 J Rodger.

One vase annuals mixed – 1 Tom Nelson.

Six pansies displayed on board – 1 Tom Nelson, 2 William Loudon.

Six violas displayed on board – 1 Tom Nelson, 2 Calum Clunie.

Six marigold displayed on board – 1 Calum Clunie, 2 Tom Nelson, 3 Calum Clunie.

Six fuchsia heads displayed on board – 1 Graham King, 2Tom Nelson, 3 William Loudon.

One bowl floating fuchsia heads – 1 Margaret Weepers, 2 J. Woodcock, 3 Fiona King.

One bowl floating flowers other than fuchsia heads – 1 Margaret Weepers, 2 Fiona King, 3William Loudon.

Pot Plant Section

Pot Plant Trophies – Class 89-95 Methilhill bowling Club Trophy Best Exhibit – Tom Dair. Class 96-103 The Begonia Cup Best Exhibit and Class 124-125 Short Silver Medal Best Exhibit – Neil Moreland. Class 104-110 The White Medal Best Exhibit – Neil Muirhead. Class 111-123 Kain Challenge Trophy Best Exhibit, Class 111-125 Alex Cook Memorial Trophy Most Firsts and Class 126-134 Garden News Shield Most Points – A. N. Weepers. Class 126-127 The Duncan Quaich Best Exhibit – George Reid. Class 128-134 Stuart Bowl Best Exhibit – Norman Cunningham. Class 89-110 Bunyard Medal Most Firsts – A. Brown.

Sponsored prizes:

Classes 89-110 Stuart’s Family Bakers & Butchers – Tom Dair. Classes 111-134David T Hay – Neil Moreland.

Classes:

One standard fuchsia – 1 and 2 A. Brown, 3 Fiona King.

One single fuchsia 5” pot max – 1 James Birrell, 2 Tom Dair, 3 A. N. Weepers.

One double fuchsia 5” pot max – 1 Tom Dair, 2 J. Forgan.

One single fuchsia 6” pot max – 1 J. Forgan, 2 Tom Dair, 3 A. Brown.

One double fuchsia 6” pot max – 1 Tom Dair, 2 J. Woodcock , 3 G. Reid.

Two single or double fuchsia 3.5” pot max – 1 Robert Cochrane,2 Fiona King, 3 A. Brown.

One single or double fuchsia 9” pot max – 1 Tom Dair, 2 James Birrell, 3 William Loudon.

One tuberous begonia multi stemmed 9” pot max – 1 N. Moreland, 2 J. Rodger.

Three tuberous single stemmed begonias no side shoots 9” pot max – 1 and 2 N. Moreland, 3 J. Rodger.

One tuberous single stemmed begonia 1 bloom no side shoots, 1 bloom, on board – 1 Mr G. Wilson,2 N. Moreland, 3 J. Rodger.

One pendulous begonia 9” pot max – 1 A. Brown, 2 A. Brown, 3 A. N. Weepers.

One fibrous begonia 6” pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers.

One begonia bloom on board – 1 and 2 Mel Hutchison.

Three begonia blooms on board – 1 Mr G. Wilson, 3 J. Rodger. One regal pelargonium 7” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 A. Brown.

One double zonal geranium 9” pot max – 1 Neil Muirhead, 2 and 3 A. Brown.

One single zonal geranium 9” pot max – 1 and 3 A. Brown, 2 A. N. Weepers.

One double zonal geranium 5” pot max – 1 and 2 A. Brown, 3 G. Reid.

One single zonal geranium 5” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 James Birrell, 3 A. Brown.

One miniature zonal geranium 4” pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 G. Reid.

One ivy leaf geranium 6” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 A. Brown.

Three cactus/other succulents 3.5” pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 Norman Cunningham.

One cactus 5” pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 Norman Cunningham.

One cactus 9” pot max 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers.

One mammillaria 6”pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers.

One any other succulent 5” pot max – 1 Norman Cunningham, 2 G. Reid, 3 A. N. Weepers.

One any other succulent 9” pot max – 1 Norman Cunningham, 2 and 3 A. N. Weepers.

One campanula 9” pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers.

One streptocarpus 7” pot max – 1 and 2 A. Brown, 3 James Birrell.

Any other flowering plant not mentioned 9” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 J. Rodger. One coleus 9”pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 G. Reid.

One foliage plant other than begonia, fern or coleus 9” pot 1 Fiona King, 2 J. Forgan.

One hanging basket 14” max basket – 1 and 2 A. Brown.

Three pot plants foliage or flowering 6” pots max – 1 A. N. Weepers, 2 A. Brown, 3 James Birrell. Three pot plants foliage or flowering 9” pots max – 1 and 2 N. Moreland, 3 J. Rodger.

One fern 9” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 A. N. Weepers. Three hardy ferns 7” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 A. N. Weepers.

One pot or pan rock garden plant 9” max – 1 G. Reid, 2 and 3 A. N. Weepers.

Three rock garden plants 7” pot max – 1 G. Reid, 2 and 3 A. N. Weepers.

One heath or heather 7” pot max – 1 A. N. Weepers, 2 G. Reid. Three sedums or sempervnums 7” pot max – 1 A. N. Weepers, 2 and 3 G. Reid.

Three dwarf conifers suitable for rock garden 7” pot max – 1 and 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 G. Reid. One bonsai deciduous single or group – 1 and 2 Norman Cunningham, 3 David Selway.

Industrial Section Baking

Industrial Trophies – Class 135 - 153Lachlan Stewart Rose Bowl Best Exhibit – Hannah Brown.

Class 135-153KDC Trophy runner-up to Best Exhibit – Mrs H. Woodcock. Class 135- 153 SWRI Challenge Shield Most Points and Class 135-184 Mina McIvor Trophy most points – Mrs W. Wheelans.

Sponsored prize:

Classes 135-153 Motorfits – Hannah Brown.

Class descriptions

Four fruit scones (any) – 1 Nan Carstairs, 2 Mrs W. Wheelans, 3 Mrs Robina Cochrane.

Four pancakes – 1 Mrs W. Wheelans,2 Margaret Brown, 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One tea loaf – 1 Mrs H. Woodcock,2 Annie Lowrie, 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One carrot cake decorated – 1 Mrs H. Woodcock, 2 Margaret Kirkaldy.

One Victoria sandwich – 1 Margaret Kirkaldy, 2 Nan Carstairs, 3 Mrs H. Woodcock.

Four custard creams – 1 Mrs H. Woodcock, 2 and 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One apple tart – 1 Mrs W. Wheelans, 2 Mrs Robina Cochrane, 3 Margaret Kirkaldy.

Four cup cakes – 1 and 2 Hannah Brown, 3 Nan Carstairs.

One tray for 2 (tray of three baked items) – 1 Nan Carstairs 2 Mrs H. Woodcock, 3 Margaret Kirkaldy.

Four pieces of tray bake – 1 Mrs H. Woodcock, 2 Nan Carstairs, 3 Mairi Britain.

One banana loaf – 1 Mrs H. Woodcock, 2 Margaret Kirkaldy, 3 Takako Selway.

One jar plum jam – 1 Mrs E. M. W. Birrell, 2 Mrs W. Wheelans, 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One jar apricot jam – 1 Margaret Kirkaldy.

One jar strawberry jam 1 Mrs E. M. W. Birrell, 2 Alice Cook, 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One jar blackcurrant jam 1 Margaret Kirkaldy, 2 and 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One jar jelly any variety 1 Mrs W. Wheelans, 2 Margaret Kirkaldy.

One jar marmalade (not marmade) – 1 Margaret Brown, 2 and 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

One jar apple and sultana chutney – 1 and 2 Mrs W. Wheelans, 3 Mrs H. Woodcock.

One jar pickled beetroot 1 and 2 Mrs W. Wheelans.

Industrial Section knitting, sewing, craft and photographic

Industrial Trophies – Class 154 - 160Industrial Trophy Best Exhibit – Mrs M. Williamson. Class 161-168 Silver Salver Best Exhibit – Norma Buchanan. Class 169-170 SWRI Mountfleurie Wilson Gordon Cup Best Exhibit – Mrs Amy Thomson. Class 171-178 Ballingal Trophy Best Exhibit and Class 154-178 Duncan Trophy runner-up to Best Exhibit – David Selway. Class 179-184 LDGAA Silver Salver Best Exhibit – Patricia Brown.

Sponsored prizes:

Classes 154-178 Masterton – Mrs M. Williamson. Classes 179-184 Blyth’s of Fife – Patricia Brown.

Class description:

Knitted article using 50g ball Dk wool – 1 Mrs Margaret Williamson, 2 Mrs Alexandria Traill, 3 Mrs Amy Thomson.

Knitted hat any ply – 1 Margaret Weepers, 2Alice Cook, 3 Mrs Amy Thomson

156 knitted pair bed socks any ply 1 Mrs Margaret Williamson 2 Margaret Weepers 3 Eleanor Darbyshire

157 knitte dressed doll, doll to be included 1 Mrs Margaret Williamson 2 Alice Cook 3 Mrs H Woodcock

158 knitte hot water bottle cover 1 Mrs Amy Thomson 2 Mrs Margaret Williamson 3 Eleanor Darbyshire

Knitted ladies jumper any ply – 1 Margaret Weepers, ,2 Eleanor Darbyshire,3 Mrs Mary Neilson.

Knitted child’s motif jumper any ply – 1 Margaret Weepers, 2 Mrs Alexandria Traill.

Crochet knee rug and crochet article of your choice – 1 Margaret Kirkaldy.

Article in embroidery tour choice – 1 Joan Simpson, 2 and 3 Eleanor Darbyshire.

Cross stitch article your choice – 1 Norma Buchanan, 2 Mary Reilly, 3 Patricia Brown.

Sewn peg bag – 1 Mrs Amy Thomson,2 Nan Carstairs,3 Alice Cook.

Tapestry article or canvas needlework – 1 and 2 Alex Stark, 3 M. Stark.

Patchwork your choice – 1 and 3 Mrs Amy Thomson, 2 Margaret Kirkaldy.

Patchwork cushion cover – 1 Nan Carstairs, 2 Mrs Amy Thomson, 3 Mrs Sheena Ferguson.

Child’s age birthday card – 1 and 2 Mrs S Wales.

Decoupage New Year card – 1 Mrs S Wales, 2 Patricia Brown.

Decorated photo frame – 1 and 3 Alice Cook, 2 Margaret Kirkaldy.

Painted tile – 1 and 3 Alice Cook, 2 Joan Simpson.

Painting seascape A4 max – 1 Mrs Mary Neilson, 2 and 3 Alice Cook.

Article in wood – 1 David Selway, 2 Lauren Clunie, 3 Hamish Lindsay.

Any other craft – 1 Mrs M. Henderson, 2 Joan Simpson, 3 Mrs F. Hepburn.

See heads a black and white photograph – 1 Patricia Brown, 2 Takako Selway, 3 Margaret Weepers.

Photograph reflections – 1 Patricia Brown, 2 A. N. Weepers, 3 Margaret Weepers.

Photograph of fruit and vegetables on show – 1 A. N. Weepers, 2 Margaret Weepers, 3 Annie Lowrie.

Photograph with flowers featuring architecture – 1 Margaret Weepers, 2 Takako Selway, 3 A. N. Weepers.

Photograph of Scotland in bloom, a mass display of bedding plants – 1 and 3 A. N. Weepers, 2 Margaret Weepers.

Photograph of Scotland’s splendour, a view in the Scottish countryside – 1 A. N. Weepers, 2 Patricia Brown, 3 Sheena Ferguson.

Wine section

Class 185-190 Wine Section Trophy Best Exhibit – Sam Harris.

Sponsored prize:

Classes 185-190 Glen Groceries – Sam Harris.

Class description:

One bottle wine white dry – 1 Hugh Bernard, 2 M. Harris, 3 Gary Nurse.

One bottle wine red dry – 1 M. Harris,2 Ray Nurse, 3 Gary Nurse.

One bottle wine apple medium dry – 1 Eileen Bernard, 2 S. Harris, 3 Hugh Bernard.

One bottle rose wine medium dry – 1 Ray Nurse, 2 Hugh Bernard, 3 M. Harris.

One bottle wine Country red dry – 1 M. Harris, 2 Hugh Bernard, 3 S. Harris.

One bottle wine nettle medium sweet – 1 S Harris, 2 M. Harris, 3 Hugh Bernard.

Floral Art

Class 195-201 Nicoll Cup Best Exhibit and Class 195-201 The Floral Art Cup Most Points – Mrs Ann Duff.

Sponsored prizes:

Classes 195-201 Buchannan Chemist – Ann Duff.

Class description:

Over the water, a celebration of 50 years of the Forth Road Bridge – 1 Andy Smith, 2 Joan Simpson, 3 Mrs Ann Duff.

Harvest festival, an arrangement in a basket – 1 and 3 Margaret Weepers, 2 Mrs Ann Duff.Nature’s wealth, an arrangement foliage only – 1 Mrs Ann Duff, 2 Andy Smith, 3 Margaret Weepers.

Arrangement in a sherry glass – 1 and 3 Margaret Weepers,2 Mrs Ann Duff.

Going for gold,an arrangement – 1 Joan Simpson, 2 Mrs Ann Duff, 3 Margaret Weepers.

The Commonwealth, an arrangement using contrasting colours – 1 Joan Simpson.

Arrangement using 5 flowers – 1 Mrs Ann Duff, 2 Joan Simpson, 3 Mrs W. Wheelans.

Children’s Section

Class 202 Bernard Trophy Best Exhibit – Finlay Walker.

Sponsored prize: Classes 202-206 Turret – Finlay Walker.

Class description:

Under 5 Miniature garden (seed tray size) – 1 Finlay Walker, 2 Peek-A-Boo Nursery, 3 Zoe Kivistik.

5+ Miniature garden (seed tray size) – 1 Mia Louise Walker, 2 Meela Brunton, 3 Lawrie Brunton, 4 Emma Morrison.

Uunder 5 paper lantern with light (no naked flame) – 1 Unnamed, 2 Fiona Morrison.

5+ paper lantern with light (no naked flame) – 1 Aidan Morrison, 2 Ruari Morrison, 3 Meela Brunton, 4 Emma Morrison.

Under 5 finger painted bookmark – 1 Mhairi Anderson, 2 Cole Gray, 3 Fishbowl Nursery, 4 Peek-A-Boo Nursery.

5+ finger painted bookmark – 1 Mia Louise Walker, 2 Ruari Morrison, 3 Emma Morrison.

Under 5 one photograph of your favourite toy – 1 Lawrie Brunton, 2 Meela Brunton.

Elderly Care Section

Class 207-212 Industrial Shield Best Exhibit – Arden House.

Sponsored prize:

Classes 207-212 Lambert’s Garage – Arden House.

Class description:

Small fresh flower arrangement in a basket – 1 Arden House Projects.

An item felt – 1 Lady Walk House, 2 Arden House Projects.

Article knitted or sewn – 1 Arden House Projects, 2 and 4 Lady Walk House, 3 Leven Beach Knitting Circle.

Handmade Easter card – 1, 2 and 3 Arden House Projects.

Button picture of a bird – 1 Arden House Projects.

Any other craft article not mentioned – 1, 2 and 4 Arden House Projects, 3 Lady Walk House.

Pictures by George McLuskie

Colourful exhibits on display at Leven (4116)

Sue Allan, left, and Thye Copland (4135)

Margaret Weepers tends to her flowers (0104)

Watering the flowers is four-year-old Lexie Dabak (0111)