Here are some lovely pictures of autumn colour, arrangements and door wreaths that our members have kindly sent in. Enjoy them.

A lovely natural autumn door wreath.
By the front door!
All picked from the garden.
a welcoming seat.
Autumn Glory
Lovely dahlias in an autumn border.
Gigantic sunflowers.
Trick or treat?
Colour combinations.
Stunning blooms.
An autumn star!
Pretty pinks!
Sensational sedum.
Beautiful anemones.
A patch of autumn colour.
A lovely walk.
Vibrant colour.
Autumn harvest.
Salvia Amistad
Amazing acer.
Stunning autumn colour fit for any door.
Another lovely door wreath.
An autumn bonanza by the Village Hall.


Thank you to everyone who tipped out their seed potato, weighed and photographed them.  The results were varied with some impressive crops again this year.

The winner of this year’s potato competition is Janet and John Straw as one of their seed potatoes produced a harvest weighing 967g.

This was closely followed by last year’s winner, Gill Nall, who once again has fed her potato well in order for it to produce a harvest weighing 955g.

A special mention to Mike Hoare who sent me a photo of a potato that he and Jacky had grown on their allotment as the single potato weighed 1003g! Maybe the largest potato will be a new class to introduce at our next show.

Thanks again everyone and enjoy eating your potatoes!