Green fingers help out hall fund

Thirty-three residents entered a garden competition revived in Necton by Bernard Bell on behalf of the Rural Community Centre. Elaine Page received the Chairman's Cup for the best small garden, and Mr and Mrs R Bedingfield received the Committee Cup for the best large garden.

Thirty-three residents entered a garden competition revived in Necton by Bernard Bell on behalf of the Rural Community Centre.

Elaine Page received the Chairman's Cup for the best small garden, and Mr and Mrs R Bedingfield received the Committee Cup for the best large garden.

Marion Bull won the Mason Cup for the best patio, Peter Anderson collected the Moore Cup for the best flower and vegetable garden, and Stella Woods was awarded the Angela Reeve Memorial Cup for the single owner's best-kept garden.

An extra cup was donated by Philip and Linda Milburn, of Hardley Hall, who along with Tim Harber, from Norwich, were the judges.

The Milburn Cup for Outstanding Achievement was also won by Mrs Woods.

Highly commended certificates in each class went to Barrie and Carole Cockayne, Bernard Bell, Christina Rutterford, E J Hooper and Joan King.

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The competition raised £165 towards the community centre's building fund and a raffle boosted the total by £88.