G R A N B O R O U G H E V E N T S
9/11/19 7.30PM QUIZZ NIGHT
VILLAGE HALL QUIZ NIGHT
Admission 7.30 for 8.00 pm. Teams of 4 cost £8 per person. Price includes ploughman’s supper but bring your own nibbles, drinks and glasses. Prizes for the winning team and the team with the lowest score! There will be a raffle at half time.
For further information and to book a table contact
Ann Sear on 01296 670314.
16/11/19 7PM QUIZZ NIGHT
Quiz Night in Granborough Village Hall
30/11/19 7.30PM ANNUAL RETRO DISCO
The Village Hall Presents its fabulous disco.
£15.00 a ticket from Ann 01296 670314 or Karl 07917 002800. 7.30pm until 11.45pm, please bring your own refreshments,
raffle on the night. Lets Boogie!
7/12/19 7PM FISH & CHIP SUPPER
There is to be a fish and chip supper in Granborough Village Hall on Saturday 7th December, 7.00 for 7.30 pm.
Tickets cost £15 to include fish and chips and homemade desserts. Bring your own drink and glasses. There will also be a Christmas hamper raffle.
Tickets are available in advance from Davina Thorogood on
01296 670596 or John Piddington on 01296 670774 and should be booked and paid for by the end of November.
This is usually a fun evening with delicious food and good company. All proceeds to the village hall restoration fund.
8/12/19 6PM CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING
The annual Christmas tree event will be on Sunday 8th December at The Village Hall. This will begin at 6.00pm, with
1st Granborough Scouts serving up warm Mince pies, mulled wine & other refreshments. Carol singing & a prayer from Janet Bayly.
MID DECEMER GRANBOROUGH BIG PRIZE RAFFLE
We have some fantastic prizes to be won from 1st Ladies watch (£149.00), 2nd Hamper, 3rd Bottle of Glen Moray, and lots more. Tickets will be available from mid October at £5.00 a book of 5 tickets. Contact Patrick 07548 185390, Liz 07521 987190 & Sue 07503 682608. All fund raised going to Charity & local good causes. Draw will take place in Mid December.
GRANBOROUGH VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE
ANNUAL PRODUCE & HANDICRAFT SHOW HELD ON SATURDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2019
Many thanks to ALL who took part and helped to make this another successful show. The quality and variety of entries were high with 33 people entering a total of 209 exhibits. There were a few moments of silent reflection for Colin Carter who had been a major contributor to the show and our Auctioneer for many years. Our Auctioneer for this year was Malcolm Newman and £455 was raised for hall funds. Below is a full list of the prize winners and cups and shields awarded at the Show and kindly presented by Brian Sear.
Class First Prize Second Prize Third Prize
3 Onions – flat Dale Ward-Greenway Jenny Dean Sally McAvoy
3 Onions – round Brian Sear Sally McAvoy Davina Thorogood
6 Shallots Davina Thorogood Paul Fisher Brian Sear
3 Carrots Harriet Bartley Rob Skinner Katherine Doe
3 Beetroot Richard Russell Richard Russell Paul Fisher
1 Cucumber Katherine Doe Davina Thorogood Malcolm Newman
3 Standard Tomatoes Richard Russell Richard Russell Bob Earney
6 Cherry Tomatoes Barbara Penrice Richard Russell Rose Harvey
3 Potatoes – white Davina Thorogood Davina Thorogood Barbara Penrice
3 Potatoes – coloured Richard Russell Brian Sear Brian Sear
5 Runner Beans Richard Russell Paul Fisher Richard Russell
3 Courgettes Rose Harvey Davina Thorogood Jackie Lloyd-Jones
1 Marrow/ Squash/ Pumpkin Rob Skinner Malcolm Newman Sally McAvoy
3 Hybrid T Roses Malcolm Newman Malcolm Newman
3 Sprays Floribunda Roses Freda Graham Mollie Russell
3 Dahlia – Cactus/Semicactus Katherine Doe Katherine Doe Jenny Dean
3 Dahlia – Pom-pom/Ball Richard Russell Paul Fisher Jenny Dean
Photography – Adults Freda Graham Hannah Goss Mollie Russell
Victoria Sponge – Adults Hannah Goss Jackie Lloyd-Jones Mollie Russell
Fruit Cake – Adults Hannah Goss Barbara Penrice Christine Kemp
6 Scones Jackie Lloyd-Jones Davina Thorogood Davina Thorogood
Jar of Jam – soft fruit Davina Thorogood Barbara Penrice Davina Thorogood
Jar of Jam – stoned fruit Jenny Dean Davina Thorogood Barbara Penrice
Jar of Marmalade Davina Thorogood Barbara Penrice Davina Thorogood
3 Decorated fairy cakes- Reuben Goss Isaiah Zack Miles
Children up to 14
Make an item of jewellery Amelia Goss Isaiah Nikita
Photograph Nikita Elijah Isaiah
Model from a vegetable Nikita Isaiah Elijah
Children 9 years and under
A garden in a tray Lowen Johns Joseph Goss Kerensa Telford-Johns
Children up to 14
Robot from recycled materials Zack Miles
The Hilsdon-Woodfield Championship Cup for the exhibitor obtaining the most points over all classes, the Morris Cup for most points obtained in classes 14 – 24 (non-vegetables) and the Miss White Cup for the most points gained in classes 22 to 24 (preserves) were awarded to Davina Thorogood. The Henry Hilsdon Memorial Cup for most points won in classes 1 – 13 (vegetables), the Norman Newman Memorial Cup for classes 7 and 8 (tomatoes) and the Molly Seely Memorial Cup for class 11 (runner beans) were presented to Richard Russell. The Harry Rawlings Memorial cup for classes 1-3 (onions and shallots) was shared between Brian Sear and Davina Thorogood. The Tom Kemp Memorial Cup for class 4 (carrots) was awarded to Harriet Bartley. The Mavis Carter Memorial Cup for most points in classes 19 – 21 (cakes and bread) was won by Hannah Goss. The Jack Brazier Cup for the best Exhibit in Show was won by Barbara Penrice for her tomatoes. The plaque for best Dahlias in show was won by Katherine Doe and the ‘Just Roses’ plaque was awarded to Malcolm Newman. The Sylvia D’Espaigne Memorial Cup for the Child aged 10 – 14 years obtaining the most points was awarded to Zack Miles and the Sylvia D’Espaigne Memorial Cup for the Child 9 years and under obtaining the most points was won by Nikita.