Seaton Show is set to return

PUBLISHED: 15:03 11 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:32 19 September 2017

Last year�s Seaton Show winners with Past Lion President Jim Partridge Hogbin and Adrian Norcombe who presented the trophies. Photo by IAN BARRADALE

Last year�s Seaton Show winners with Past Lion President Jim Partridge Hogbin and Adrian Norcombe who presented the trophies. Photo by IAN BARRADALE 2013

More than 160 classes will be contested including flowers and veg, handicafts and home made beer

Following its successful revival last year, Seaton and District Show is set to return

The event will take place in the town hall on Sunday, September 24.

This popular show returned last year after a four-year break, when Seaton and District Lions Club stepped in to organise and run it.

This year there will be more than 160 different classes in which people can enter. There is everything from flowers, fruit, vegetables, cakes preserves, art photography, sewing, knitting, embroidery, handicrafts, home made beers and wines and flower arrangements. There are separate classes for under 16-year-olds.

Programmes listing the classes and including an entry form are available from Animal Botanical in Queen Street, Byrne Jones in Marine Place, Steve’s News in Fore Street and WH Smith Local in Harbour Road.

The organisers are appealing for last year’s winners to return their cups and trophies to Animal Botanical in time to be presented to this year’s champions.

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