LOWDHAM SUMMER FAYRE

Just a reminder, that although we haven’t got a Summer Show this year we are holding a smaller but hopefully popular event, Lowdham Summer Fayre.  The event will run from 1pm to 4pm on Bank Holiday Monday with free parking on Lowdham Playing fields from midday, after the car boot sale.  There will be over 25 stalls arranged around Main Street from the WI Hall at one end to Lowdham School at the other end – crafts, tombolas, children’s activities, cakes, plants, toys, books, gifts and charity stalls.  We will be serving cream teas on the grassed area behind the Village Hall and the afternoon will culminate with our usual duck race at 4pm.  Please bring along your members potatoes to be emptied out of the bucket and weighed on the car park at the front of the Village Hall.  Christine will also be there to renew your memberships (£10 yearly) as we have some speakers booked for our new membership year and hope to be able to start up trips and visits again. 

PLANT SALE

We still have plenty of plants left after another successful online plant sale so will be holding an actual plant sale this Saturday morning, 5th June, from 9am to midday in Lowdham Village Hall car park. Lots of good quality bedding plants, vegetables, herbs and perennials. Along side the plant sale there will be a charity bake sale for ‘Stand up to Cancer’. Please join us.

RESULTS VIRTUAL SPRING SHOW 2021

Judged by Geoff Burton

We would like to thank everyone for their entries and supporting our Virtual Spring Show.  We have been really impressed by the quality and number of entries – 98 in total!

Here’s hoping that our next spring show will be a real one!

Class 1 – pot of members’ bulbs ‘Narcissus Anniversary Gift’

1stTony Heighton

2ndDavid Middleton

3rdHelen Madden

Class 2 – a vase/container of mixed daffodils

1stPat Walker

2ndMaureen Handley

3rdCarol Wright

Class 3 – a vase/container of mixed spring flowers

1stPat Walker

2ndNicola Macdonald

3rdAnne Cross

Class 4 – a flowering shrub

1stPat Walker

2ndNicola Macdonald

3rdChristine Statham

Class 5 – a bowl or pot of spring bulbs or flowers

1stRachel Finn

2ndCarol Wright

3rdGlenise Narnor

Class 6 – one flowering or foliage houseplant

1stCaroline Goodchild

2ndJuliet Hardy

3rdChristine Statham

Class 7 – daffodil with the longest stem

Equal 1stMaureen Handley and Vonny Greenfield

3rdChristine Statham