List of Class Winners

PRODUCE – Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Henderson Cup – M. Tinnion

Mrs. C.A. Brown Cup for Best in Produce Section – C. Williamson

BAKING – Mrs B.A. Tully Cup – S. Gray

Jean Sanderson Cup for Best in Baking Section – A. Robertson

Guy Cumber Memorial Cup for Chocolate Cake – S. Gray

HANDICRAFTS – The Hunter Cup – P. McEwen

Joan Wright Memorial Trophy for Best in Handicrafts Section – G. Storer

ART – The Johnson Cup – G. Flannigan

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Doreen Thompson Memorial Shield for Best in Pastels – C. Gordon

Joan Hutchinson Memorial Trophy – Best in Pencil Drawing – C. Gordon

PHOTOGRAPHY – Mrs. M.I. McDonald Shield – M. Mease

FLOWER ARRANGING – Mrs. D. McDonald Salver – D. Hare

FLOWERS – Miss C.J.H. Sanderson Cup – M. Tinnion

Best in Flowers Section – Doug Renton Whisky – M. Tinnion

Bob Martin Memorial Trophy for a Single Rose – S. Tinnion

Single Sunflower – Heaviest Head – M. Tinnion

FRUIT – Nell Atkin Memorial Trophy (Dessert Apples) – J. Williamson

VEGETABLES – Dr. D. T. McDonald Cup – J. Williamson

Best in Fruit & Vegetable Section – Doug Renton Whisky – T. Wright

Potatoes Grown in a Pot – Heaviest – T. Oates


5-8 years old – J. Hutchinson, C. Wright & M. Hutchinson

9-13 years old – H. Carns & A. Wright

JUNIOR SECTION – Robson Cup Age Groups 5-11 years incl. – E. Grethe

SENIOR SECTION – Hibbs Cup Age Group 12-16 years incl. – G. Dollin

PRESIDENTS TROPHY – President’s Choice for Best in Show – S. Spillett


1st Tony Oates 6lb 11oz

2nd Ray Newton 6lb 10oz

3rd Kim Kenyon 6lb 7oz

Other Entries

Martyn Tinnion5lb 9oz
Lynne Crosby9oz
Carol Gordon1lb
John Gordon 12oz
Janet Datchent5lb 7oz
Martin Le Fevre4lb 12oz
Susan Pearce3lb 13oz
Tanya Wright12oz
Ann Le Fevre 4lb 3oz
Gordon Lee1lb 5oz
Del Hughes1lb 8oz
Mandy Mease3lb 12oz
Alison Wooley1lb 9oz
Janet West 10oz
Eileen Duncan2lb 8oz
Colin Massey 2lb
Margaret Ling5lb
A Brand2lb 12oz
R Brand1lb 4oz
Pat Cromarty2lb 8oz
Anne Gladstone12oz
Tony Broom2lb 4oz
Johnson 13oz

Extract from an article written by and kind permission of Ian Smith, Northumberland Gazette, 2022

`Inaugural dog show and bumper crop of children’s entries ensure successful Belford Show

The 104th Belford Show provided an afternoon of fun for all on a lovely autumnal Saturday.

It is still a horticultural show but it has developed and adapted to be more inclusive with sections for photography, art, baking and produce, seen side by side with fruit, vegetables, flowers and flower arranging.

What is also impressive is the collaboration with Belford Primary School exhibiting hand written poems and artwork. This encourages children to enter the other sections dedicated to them including vegetable growing, baking and model making.

Janet Flynn, treasurer of the show committee, said: “We’ve had the largest number of children’s entries for years which is fabulous.”