Thetford Garden and Allotment Club hold annual show
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Long runner beans, funny shaped vegetables and homemade traditional Victoria sponge were some of the many items on display at Thetford Garden and Allotment Club's annual show.
Held at King's House Gardens, the event attracted more than 30 entrants who submitted their items into one of the 105 categories, which included produce, flowers, jams and handicraft.
There was a children's section with beautifully decorated ginger bread men and vegetable sculptures entered.
The club's chairman Brian Farrell said: 'We try and put on a display to give the public something to look at. We are all growers but there are no specialists.
'It is an open show and not just for members. People can come along and show what they can do.
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'I am very pleased. We have had a very good set of entrants and the public have been in a lot more than before. It is so nice to see support coming from them.'
The mayor of Thetford, Terry Jermy, presented the winners with their trophies.
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