11:00AM, Wednesday 10 September 2014
Flower power took off across the generations on Saturday as people of all ages competed in a veteran horticultural society's 78th show.
Beverley Ward won the Challenge Cup for most points in the combined adult section at this year's Windsor Handicraft, Produce and Horticultural Society exhibition in the Memorial Hall, Straight Road.
She said: "I won as a teenager back in 1976 as well."
But she will have a way to go to beat the society's president Keith Moore, 72.
He said: "I started entering exhibits when I was six and only stopped when I became president 15 years ago.
"Now I'm happy to see children win the Keith Moore Cup."
His cup for best junior photographer was won by Francesca Mobley.
Proud granddad Fred Fletcher, 68, of Bolton Road, Old Windsor was winner of the Cell Farm Challenge Cup for best exhibit in horticulture.
His grandson Cameron, 11, scooped the Welling Challenge Cup for highest number of points by a boy in the junior section.
The results are listed below.
The Challenge Cup for most points in combined adult sections - Beverley Ward
Runner-up Silver Challenge Cup for second highest number of points in combined adult sections - Liane Doree
Cell Farm Challenge Cup for best exhibit in horticulture - Fred Fletcher
Bower-Peters Cup for best exhibit in oil painting - Hazel Crawford
Catalano Cup for best exhibit in watercolour painting - Irene Barker
Lady Mott-Radclyffe Challenge Cup for highest number of points in photography - Oliver Doree
Boulton Silver Vase for highest number of points in combined food and drink sections - Emma Cannon
Silver Jubilee Bowl for highest number of points in arts, crafts and needlework - Beverley Ward
Wing Cup for best collection of vegetables - Fred Fletcher
Silver Vase for best exhibit in arts, crafts and needlework - Kenneth Norris
Marnhull Cup for best exhibit in ceramic - Clare Vickers
Silver Challenge Bowl for best exhibit in flower arranging - Sandie Draper
The Mike Weston Cup for highest number of points in floral exhibits - Linda Vitbozzi
The Hartley Shield for highest number of points in fruit and vegetable classes - Fred Fletcher
The Albany Salver for best cookery exhibit - Louise Pollock
Allotment Association Voucher for the best exhibit in vegetable classes - Fred Fletcher.
The Welling Challenge Cup for highest number of points by a boy in junior section - Cameron Burns
Beaumont Cup for highest number of points by a girl in junior section - Olivia Clark
Silver Vase for highest number of points in junior cooking - Lily Hunt
Purdey Cup for best computer generated entry - Josie Blackburn
Lady Dixie Cup for best picture in junior section - Cara Mackay
Ashwell cup for best exhibit of model or woodwork in junior section - Imogen Clark
Watergate Silver Cup for best exhibit in junior horticulture - Cameron Burns/Archie Blackburn
Sydney Crevald Rose Bowl for best exhibit in junior photography - Francesca Mobley
Dorothy Street Cup for best model in clay or dough - Zander Mackay
Keith Moore Cup for highest number of points in junior photography - Francesca Mobley.
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