Chance for gardeners to show off their produce as Wimblington and Stonea Summer Show returns
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The Wimblington and Stonea Horticultural Show, one of the highlights of the summer, returns to Wimblington Village Hall on Sunday July 5.
Gardeners and gardening enthusiasts are invited to show off their crops, admire other people’s efforts and to swap seeds.
The show has classes for a huge variety of fruit and vegetables, as well as flowers, floral art, painting, handicrafts and honey.
A cookery and preserves section has cakes, cup cakes, jam, lemon curd, marmalade and pickle, and there is a prize for the best allotment.
There are categories for every age and ability, so there is something for everyone to try their hand at, regardless of their level of expertise.
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The show is well supported by many local businesses, some of which have generously contributed cracking prizes for the draw.
Entries for the show will be accepted on the evening of Saturday July 4, between 6pm and 7pm, and also between 9am and 11 am on the morning of Sunday July 5.
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Entrance to the show for the public costs 25p.