HERE'S is all your latest Vale and Dale news. Find out what is happening in your neighbourhood, check out when your parish council meets or simply plan ahead with details of events taking place round the corner.


Quiz night – A quiz will be held in the Half Moon tomorrow (Thursday), starting at 8.30pm. It is £1 per person to play.

Music nights - There are live country music nights at the Half Moon Inn this month. Amy Morgan was scheduled to play on Monday and Lance Merlin will be performing on September 12, starting at 8pm. Entry is free.

Coffee morning - There will be a Macmillan coffee morning in the village on Thursday, September 29, starting at 11am. Donations of cakes and home baking will be gratefully accepted. For further details please contact Karen or Paul on 01653 658756.


Summer feast – Fifty villagers, family and friends enjoyed the annual village barbecue which raised £230 for village hall funds. The organisers would particularly like to thank Malcolm and Roy who manned the barbecue in the pouring rain.


All Saints - The harvest festival at All Saints will be celebrated on Sunday, September 25 at 6pm, followed by supper of in the village hall. There is no charge for this but donations are welcomed. Messy Church will be held on Saturday at 4pm in Hutton Buscel Village Hall. The service in Brompton on Sunday will be morning prayer conducted by Dr Don Jones.

Village Hall -The dates of meetings and events at Brompton Village Hall this month include a quiz night on Friday, September 16 at 7pm, parish council meeting on Monday, September 19 at 7.35pm, Village Ventures lunch on Wednesday, September 21, serving from 12.30pm, domino drive on Thursday, September 22 at 7pm, Gardening Club on Wednesday, September 28 at 7.30pm and the Macmillan coffee morning on Friday, September 30.


Bridge club - The bridge club meeting held on Thursday, September 1 was won by Thelma Hardware and Charlie Chambers with 74.7 per cent. Second were Sylvia Roberts and Jane Bartlett with 59.7 per cent.


Quiz - There will be a general knowledge quiz in the Feversham Arms Inn on Friday at 8pm in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice. It is for teams with a maximum of four people. Entry is £2 per person and there will be cash prizes with the winners getting £30, runners-up £25 and third £15. The evening will include a buffet and a raffle. The question master will be Mick Stanley.


Duck race – The RNLI duck race on August Bank Holiday Monday raised £574.10p. The winner, number 369, was D Westhead, of Helmsley, second was number 207 bought by Mrs P Brook, of Helmsley, and third was number 639 bought by Mrs E Alderson of Northallerton. The last duck down prize, number 336 went to Mrs Maynard, of Helmsley.


Car boot sale - The village car boot sale on August Bank Holiday attracted a record number of stalls. More than £1,000 was raised for the All Saints Church roof appeal. The organisers wish to thank Graham and Eddie for managing the stalls, the volunteers who ran the cafe in the village hall, Geoff, John and Jackie for the paper back book stall and Jade and Gwen for the tombola.

Village market – The first customers arrived at Saturday’s village market at 9.30am even though it didn’t open until 10.30am. The café was run by the Hovingham Action Group. The rain did restrict the free bowling coaching sessions which were on offer from the Hovingham Bowling Club. Tickets sold well for the talk on the Italian Chapel in the Orkneys on Thursday, October 13. New stall holders Oscar Pet Foods and White Beach Designs will be returning to the next market on Saturday, October 1.


Camera Club - Kirkbymoorside and District Camera Club met at the Moorside Bar and Club in Shaw Drive, when Yorkshire-based landscape and wildlife photographer Oliver Wright spoke about his winter trips to Sweden to photograph the Northern Lights, snow and ice landscapes. All members are welcome to a special interest meeting at Wrelton Village Hall tomorrow (Thursday) at 7.30pm. The next club meeting at the Moorside Bar and Club is on Thursday, September 15 when Leeds photographer Adrian White will be give a lecture on audio visual imaging.

Tractor run - The JMK Tractor Run in aid of Marie Curie Care will take place on Sunday. It starts from Wombleton Airfield at 9.45am, travels to Wombleton for 9.50am, passing to Nawton, down Gale Lane to Harome on to Helmsley for about 10.30am, up to Carlton, on to Laskill and Hawnby then to the lunch stop at Wethercote Farm, Old Byland at 1.15pm. The run resumes at 2pm to Rievaulx Griff Farm, Tom Smith’s Cross before getting to Ampleforth for 4.10 pm, Nunnington at 4.40pm and returning to the airfield for 4.55pm. These times are approximate. There will be orange notices in all the villages giving timings.

Bridge club - At the latest game, the North/South winners were Chris Brett and Clarissa Napier with 59 per cent. Barry Smith and Bob Wardell were runners-up on 55 per cent. East/West was won by Enid Watson and Tim Johnson with 67 per cent, followed by Josie Helliwell and Peter Small on 50 per cent. Play of the week went to Mary Knight and Barbara Ewbank.

Domino drives - The bowling club domino drives resume after the summer break on Saturday, September 17 in the club house at 7.30pm.

St Catherine’s Hospice – The Kirkbymoorside support group will hold a domino drive at Manor Close centre on Wednesday, September 21 at 7.30pm.

Bible study – The Pilgrim Discipleship Group will meet on Wednesday, September 21. It is the first of six weekly meetings held in All Saints Church each Wednesday from 7.30pm until 9pm. For further details, phone the Rev Mark Brosnan on 01751 431452 Menzown – The group will resume meetings at The Kings Head Hotel on Monday, September 12 at 7pm when Capt Arthur Frost who will speak about modern piracy on the seas.


Quiz sheets - The quiz sheets in aid of St Gregory’s Minster, Kirkdale, and St Hilda’s, Beadlam, need to be returned by Saturday. The first three all-correct solutions drawn will win prizes of £15, £10 and £5.


Village show - The annual Leavening Produce and Handicraft Show will be held on Saturday in the primary school at 2.30pm. Entries for classes close tomorrow (Thursday). Classes include produce and preserves, handicrafts, fruit, vegetables, flowers, floral arrangements, photography and children’s classes. Admission to the event is £2 for adults and children 50p. This includes refreshments. Leavening Primary School headteacher Sian Mitchell will open the show at 2.30pm and present the prizes at 3.45pm. The event has been organised by the Leavening and Acklam branches of the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association. For more details, phone Nancy Spencer on 01653 658381 or email YCA - The Leavening branch of the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association will be meeting on Tuesday, September 13, followed by meetings every second Tuesday of the month, in Leavening School. For more details, phone Sue on 01653 658505 Embroidery group - The village embroidery group meet every Monday in the Methodist Schoolroom between 1.30pm and 3.30pm. For more details, phone Chris on 01653 659560 or Bertie on 01653 658039.


AGM - The next meeting of the Gardening Club will be the annual general meeting in Marton Village Hall on Tuesday, September 13 at 7.30pm. Future plans for the club and forthcoming events will be discussed and officers elected.


Quiz - Friends of Nawton Primary School are having a quiz evening at the Crown Inn, Hutton-le-Hole on Sunday, September 18 at 8pm. Entry is £1 per person and the first prize is a £20 voucher for the Crown. There will also be a raffle and the prizes have been kindly donated by businesses in Hutton-le-Hole.


Historical aircraft - At their next meeting at the community centre on Tuesday, 13 September, Scarborough Historical Aircraft Club members are having something a little different. Rachel Jenkinson (nee Mainprize), will be giving a talk about her life growing up in Scarborough’s seafaring community. The meeting starts at 7.30pm and refreshments and biscuits are available for a nominal fee of £1. The club is also having a coach trip on Wednesday, September 28, to Robin Hood Airport, near Doncaster, to see the Vulcan bomber and the record-breaking Canberra bomber which is being returned to flight. For further information, email the chairman, Malcolm Smith, on or phone (01723) 583177.

Bingo - A bingo evening was run at the community centre with Moira Audsley and Janet McNamara as callers and cashiers and Margaret Rogers and Christine Hastie as checkers. Refreshments were provided by Mrs Rogers and Margaret Bogg. The raffle run by Mrs McNamara and the flier was run by Joan Davies.


Domino drives - The winter season of Friday domino drives organised by Pickering Bowls Club will start on Friday, October 28. Other dates are December 2, January 6, February 3, March 3and April 7.

Awards – The Bay Horse Inn in Market Place has received two national awards. It has received a certificate of excellence from Trip Advisor for its food and the Cask Mark for its real ale. Licensee Peter Wishshaw and his wife have been at the Bay Horse for almost four years. There will be a quiz there on Sunday at 7.30pm.

Tuesday Group - The first meeting of the season for the Pickering Tuesday Group will take place on Tuesday, September 13 at the Potter Hill Methodist Church at 7.30pm when there will be a beetle drive and supper. Officers elected to serve for 2016-17 season are as follows - joint presidents, Kay Metcalfe, Isabel Rodden, and Clare Wiley; secretary, Judy Teasdale; treasurer, Jean Tremaine; outing secretaries, Julie Ellis and Ruby Magson, gift and flower organiser. Isabel Rodden.

Fishkeepers - There will be a meeting of Ryedale Aquarist Society on Wednesday, September 14 in the Memorial Hall, Potter Hill, at 7.30pm when David Armitage will present a talk on fish collecting in Burma.

Autumn programme - The Hardy Plant Group of the Pickering Horticultural Society will start its autumn programme of talks on Thursday, September15, with a visit by Jacqueline Iddon, from Bretherton, Leyland. Her talk is called Spring into Action - Spring flowering Plants. The meeting will be held in the Memorial Hall, Potter Hill, and starts at 7.30pm.

Weekly draw - Last week’s main prize of £225 in the Pickering Town FC weekly draw was not won with the numbers 17, 3 and 8. This week’s draw will be increased to £300.

PEEMS - There will be a meeting of the Pickering Experimental Engineering and Model Society at the WRVS Hungate Centre today (Wednesday) at 7pm.


St Mark’s Gospel - On Sunday 25th September The Rev Ian Birkinshaw, Rector of St Andrew’s Parish Church, Huntington, and chaplain to Riding Lights Theatre Company, together with his son, Pete, will be performing a dramatised version of the complete Gospel of Mark with live music at Rievaulx Methodist Church at 6pm on Sunday, September 25. Admission is free with a retiring offering. The start time for the evening is earlier than for regular services.


Ladies Guild - Sixteen members were present at the August meeting of Rillington and District Ladies Guild held in Woodlands Community Centre. The speaker, Malcolm Smith, told of his experiences as a Justice of the Peace in Sheffield, Rotherham and Scarborough. Caroline Neuff thanked Malcolm for his talk. Judy Duke sold tickets for the raffle. The evening’s hostesses were Gillian De-Jong and Louise Tindall. The September meeting will be "Laughter Lines" with Anne Pilgrim.

Quiz time- Nine teams playing for £80 in prize money took part in Mike Williams general knowledge quiz in the Fleece Inn. The winners were Honeymooners, second were Gary’s Team and third Weaverthorpe 4. After a tie break with Honeymooners, Sue’s Crew won the £20 jackpot and after a tie break with We’re Too Young for This Quiz, No Idea won the booby prize. Mike’s next quiz at the Fleece will be on Friday, September 23. The winners of Jennie’s Sunday night quiz were Roger, Helen and Chippy.

Prizes – Kath Horsley and Jean Gill presented the prizes at the recent whist and domino drives in the village hall at the Over Sixty’s Club. Raffles were held at both meetings. M Jeffery presented the prizes at a progressive whist drive held in Woodlands Community Centre. A raffle was also held.

Show time - Rillington and District Horticultural and Industrial Society’s 93rd Annual Show will be held in the village hall on Saturday. It will be open to the public from 2.30pm to 5pm. Admission is £1, children 50p.

Live music - Fiddle and guitar duo 2 Bob are playing at the Fleece Inn from 9.30pm on Saturday.


RAFA presentation - Members of RAFA Ryedale enjoyed an afternoon tea at RAF Fylingdales when branch chairman, Cyril Shreeve presented his collection of War Illustrated to station commander Dave Keighley. Cyril, a World War II veteran, was pleased to assist RAF Fylingdales to start its heritage collection about the station. Members of RAFA Ryedale will be collecting for the annual Wings Appeal next week with street collections taking place in Pickering, Malton, Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley. The Wings Appeal is the RAF Association’s on-going fundraising campaign that runs throughout the year. It is the fundraising arm of the association and helps raise the vital funds needed to support serving and former serving RAF personnel and their families, whenever they are in need. The Ryedale branch holds regular meetings at Malton & Norton Golf Club with lunches and other social events held both at the club and at other venues in the area. For information about membership, which is open to serving and ex-RAF personnel and supporters, phone the membership secretary, Allan Jones on 07747 825309.


Methodists - The service on Sunday was led by Rev Mary Jackman. The welcomer was Margaret Harris, the vestry steward was Bob Jackman, the organist was Doreen Lawson, and the collection steward was Margaret Neave.

As it was the first Sunday of the Methodist New Year, the congregation started the service with an appropriate prayer. Tina Greenley read from the first book of Peter and Sheila Gray read from the Acts of the Apostles by Sheila Gray. The service included communion, and the rev Jackman was assisted by Bob Jackman. Refreshments were served after the service. The preacher next week is Michael Kitchen, and the monthly coffee morning is on Saturday.

St Martin’s – The church will be open on Saturday from 10am to 11.30am and from 1.30pm to 5pm for the Yorkshire Historic Churches Trust’s Ride and Stride day. The Rev Richard Firth and licensed reader Judith Dean led the 9.30 service of BCP Holy Communion at St Martin’s on Sunday. Judith also preached the sermon which was based on the gospel reading where the disciples are challenged to ask themselves how much of their life they are prepared to give in following Jesus. Edna Burton accompanied the hymns on the piano, Carol Beswick and Clare Firth were the sidespersons, and Clare also served refreshments after the service. At the end of the service Toby Watson was presented, by Jean Donovan, with a bible story book to mark his moving on from the monthly St Martin’s ABC pre-school group to the reception class at Seamer and Irton Primary School. Judith preached again at the 11am service of modern worship, which she also led. Liz Cremer led the intercessions and Tim Cremer gave the bible reading. Elizabeth Moreland offered prayer ministry during the sung worship, which was led by Richard Fuller (guitar) with Chloe Proctor (guitar). Jenny and Duncan Bland ran the Sunday Club, Elizabeth Bradley was the sidesperson and Mary Otway served refreshments after the service.


Live music - Radio Silence will be playing for the first time at Sherburn Community and Sports Club on Saturday from 9pm. Admission is free. The band Chumashu will be performing at the East Riding pub on Saturday, September 17 from 9pm.

Letters draw - The letters from Shernurn FC’s weekly draw on Saturday were C D X. There was no winner, so the prize total next week is £300.

St Hilda’s -The next service at St Hilda’s Church will be morning worship on Sunday at 10.30am led by Barbara Grice.

Car boot sale - About £500 was raised for village hall funds at the car boot sale on the playing field. Chris Miles organised all the cars, Alison Oulton and Barbara Grice manned the cake and bric-a-brac stalls, Kay Miles and Tina Dobson kept everyone refreshed with cups of tea. Carol Stephenson and Christine Ashton ran the tombola and Christine Fenwick and Jean Brown supervised the lolly game. The treasure hunt was won by Stella Boyes.

Fashion show – The Sherburn branch of the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association are holding a fashion show with designs by Bon Marche in the village hall on Friday, September 16 at 2pm. Entrance is £3 which includes refreshments. The proceeds are for McMillan Cancer support.

Methodist news - Donations for coffee on Tuesday mornings are being given to Operation Christmas Child Shoebox appeal. The Sunday morning all-age worship was led by the worship team. Janet Magee played the organ and Chris Cade and Jean played guitars. The reading was by Liz Aconley and prayers were led by Sandra Cade. The welcomer was Christine Pickard and Ray Pickard was the offertory steward. The audio visual equipment was operated by Christine Fenwick. Coffee was served in the hall after worship. The Holy Communion service on Sunday at 10.30am will be led by the Rev Denise Free. The harvest festival weekend starts on Saturday, September 17 when Rev Elizabeth Clark will talk about her work as the National Rural Officer. Harvest blessings will be at 3pm and there will be refreshments afterwards. The harvest festival service will be held on Sunday, September 18 at 10.30am and will also be led by Rev Clark. Any harvest gifts will be given to the food bank at Westway Open Arms, Eastfield. There will be a harvest lunch afterwards.


Methodists - The Methodist Church opened its doors for the scarecrow weekend. Coffee and homemade biscuits were served on Saturday. On Sunday the church was open when people came in to see flower arrangements and listen to organ music played by John and Rosalind. Mary and Margaret served coffee and homemade biscuits on Monday. Joyce had a stall for three days selling tomatoes, vegetables, jam and marmalade and raised £175 for Martin House Children's Hospice. The coffee mornings raised £90 for church funds.


Jumble sale –There will be a jumble sale in the village hall on Saturday, October 1 from 1pm to 2.30pm. Admission is £1 for adults £1 to include a drink and biscuit. Accompanied children are free. Jumble can be donated from 11.30am but electrical items cannot be accepted. Proceeds will be divided between Weaverthorpe village organisations. For further information , phone Sue Thomson on 01944 738804.


Art exhibition - The annual art exhibition held in the village hall last month was attended by more than 200 people over three days. More than £400 was raised to help put the finishing touches to the cricket pavilion, together with plants, bulbs and shrubs in the grounds. More than 15 pieces of art were sold, including work by first-time exhibitors. Tea, coffee and home baked refreshments were available.


Harvest festival – The village harvest festival will be held on Friday, September 23, in the village hall at 7.30pm.


Marton and Normanby - The annual summer produce show was held over the August Bank Holiday weekend was well attended. It helped raise funds for the village hall, gardening club and the new community area. The organisers wish to thanks everyone who supported the event.

Trophy winners were Perpetual Salver (most points in classes 1-29): shared by Keith Dowell and Gill Broadbent Jubilee Footpath Cup (most points in classes 1-17): Alison Crofts Smith Tomm Tyler Cup (cherry and standard tomatoes): shared by Alison Crofts Smith and Ann Mulholland Soouthhill Trophy (photography): Ann Mansfield Single Rose Cup: Christine Ridley Founder’s Cup (exhibitor with best entry classes 1-17): Gill Broadbent Smith Shield (child with highest points): shared by Erin Smith and Emma Gospel Pickering and District Horticultural Society Show Trophy winners Yorkshire Bank Cup (best exhibit dahlias): N Dykes NDS silver medal (best exhibit dahlias): N Dykes NDS bronze medal (second best exhibit dahlias): N Dykes J Ellerby memorial trophy (most points dahlias): N Cawood Television House Cup (best exhibit novice classes, dahlias and chrysanthemums): M W Harrison Dennis Wood Shield (best exhibit three vase class chrysanthemums): R B Potter Edith and Wince Chamberlain Memorial Shield (best exhibit spray chrysanthemums): P Everingham L Boocock Memorial Tray (most points chrysanthemums: R B Potter NCS silver medal (best vase chrysanthemums): P Everingham NCS bronze medal (second best vase chrysanthemums): D Heath Allotment Cup (most points vegetable section): K Chambers Ryedale Laundry Cup (best vegetable exhibit, excluding tray): K Chambers NVS medal (best vegetable exhibit): K Chambers Bernard Harland Shield (best exhibit fruit classes): D Bath R & B F Ward Cup (best exhibit sweet peas): S Blacklock Anniversary Cup (best exhibit gladioli): S Freer Elizabeth Chamberlain and Sylvia Creaser Memorial Cups (best exhibit pansies): S Blacklock S Chamberlain Memorial Cup (best exhibit H T rose): F Spenceley T Richards Memorial Cup (best rose buttonhole): Mrs E Grayson G Cooper & Sons Cup (best exhibit other flowers): S Blacklock Lawrence Hudson Memorial Cup (flowers and plants): S Blacklock K Taylor Cup (best foliage pot plant): R B Potter G F Barnes Cup (best flowering house plant): F Spenceley Scarborough Fuschia Society Plate (best exhibit fuchsias): S Blacklock Cruck Cottage Cup (best exhibit cactus): Mrs J Walby J W Hudson Cup (best exhibit floral art): Mrs E Holliday Mrs Proctor and Robinson Cup (most points, floral art): Mrs E Holliday MR C Cook Cup (best exhibit children 8 to15 years): Edie Pape Hodgson MR C Cook Trophy (best exhibit children under 8 years): Rosie Pape Hodgson Mrs Miller Cup (most points in children’s section: Rosie Pape Hodgson Mr J R and Mrs D Wray Cup (best exhibit handicrafts): Lucy Hodeson Hargreaves Cup (best exhibit cookery section): Mrs C Kitching MRS G Moon Cup (most points cookery section): Mrs C Kithing M Wray Cup (most points preserves): Mrs J Walby NVS MillenniumPlate (Society member most points in show): S Blacklock Society Cup (most points in show): K Chambers Barrat Cup (President’s choice, best exhibit in show: N Dykes Results Dahlias 3 blooms giant or large decorative: E M Cookman Single bloom giant or large decorative: E M Cookman 3 blooms medium decorative: N Cawood 3 blooms small or miniature decorative: M Pateman 3 blooms giant or large cactus: J Cousans 3 blooms medium cactus: N Dykes 3 blooms small or miniature cactus: N Dykes 3 blooms small ball: K Chambers 1 bloom giant or large cactus: J Cousans 5 blooms pom pom: N Cawood 3 vases, 3 blooms, 3 distinct cultivars: N Dykes 3 blooms miniature ball: N Cawood 3 blooms in vase (novice): M W Harrison Chrysanthemums 3 vases, 3 blooms per vase, medium or small: R B Potter 3 blooms incurved medium or small: R B Potter 3 blooms reflexed medium or small: R B Potter 3 blooms intermediate medium or small: R B Potter 3 stems, sprays: P Everingham 1 vase, 5 blooms: D Heath Vegetables 6 beans (broad): F Husband 6 beans (dwarf French): K Chambers 6 beans (runner): S Blacklock 2 beetroot: R Boyes 3 onions over 1lb: M Pateman 1 cabbage (green): J Cousans 1 cauliflower: M Pateman 3 onions under 1lb: R B Potter 1 cucumber: K Chambers 1 marrow: R B Potter Pair marrows: R B Potter 6 pods peas: F Husband 5 potatoes (coloured): R B Potter 5 potatoes (white): K Abel 2 courgettes: K Chambers 1 lettuce: J Cousans 6 shallots (red): J F Edmond 6 shallots (straw): K Chambers 6 shallots (white): AW Hall 12 shallots pickling: K Chambers 6 tomatoes: A Walby 8 cherry tomatoes: A Walby 3 carrots (other than long): K Chambers 3 carrots (long): K Chambers 2 leeks (trench): A W Hall 3 onions grown from sets: K Abel 1 onion heaviest: B Fussy 3 parsnips: A Walby 1 flower, 1 vegetable: K Chambers Society tray of vegetables: R B Potter Fruit 6 apples dessert: D Pasley 6 apples cooking: D Bath 6 plums: R Boyes 12 blackberries: R Smith 1 dish soft fruit any other variety: R B Potter Flowers and plants 5 sweet peas: S Blacklock 2 vases of 2 gladioli: S Freer 1 vase of 2 gladioli: Anne Augustynes 1 vase of 1 gladioli : A W Hall 1 vase of 2 primulus gladioli: S Freer 1 HT rose: F Spenceley 1 buttonhole: Mrs E Grayson 1 lady’s spray: Mrs R Warley 6 asters: R Boyes 6 marigolds: S Blacklock 6 pansies: S Blacklock 6 stems annuals: S Blacklock 6 stems perennials: J Edmons 1 single bloom fuchsia: A W Hall 1double bloom fuchsia: S Blacklock 1 begonia: F Spenceley 1 flowering plant: Mrs J Walby 1 geranium: D Flowers 1 scented pelargonium: J F Edmond 1 foliage plant: R B Potter Cactus: Mrs J Walby Succulent: M W Harrison Children’s section Fruit or vegetable (under 8 years): Courtney Freer Biggest sunflower (under 8 years): Edie Pape Hodeson Biggest sunflower head (8 to 15 years): Jessica Yeoplan Miniature garden on tray (8 to 15 years): Rosie Pape Hodeson Handicrafts 1knitted garment: Mrs E Holliday 1 canvas work item: Lucy Hodgson 1 handmade article in hard material: J Allanson 1 handmade article in soft material: Lucy Hodgson Cookery 1 date and walnut loaf: Mrs C Kitching 1 cherry and almond cake: Mrs N Peirson 1 yorkshire curd tart: Mrs M Ellerby 4 decorated cup cakes: Lucy Hodgson 1 fatless sponge: Lucy Hodgson 4 cheese scones: Mrs N Peirson 4 sausage rolls: R Parker 4 ginger biscuits: Mrs C Kitching 4 sweet biscuits: Mrs C Kitching 4 raspberry buns: Mrs M Ellerby 1 round Dundee cake: Mrs C Kitching 1 fruit pie: F Husband 1 jar lemon curd: Jenny Worley 1 jar fruit jam: Mrs J Walby Floral art Pure and Simple: Mrs E Holliday End of the Rainbow: Mrs E Holliday Symphony in Green: Mrs E Holliday Flower arrangement in a wine glass: Mrs E Holliday Novice class Country garden: Mrs L Smith