Lymm Produce Show set to return after successful comeback


AFTER making a successful return plans are in the pipeline for the Lymm Produce Show in September.

Last September there was a fantastic show of home grown and homemade produce after participants dropped off their entries at Maple Lodge in the morning and the show was open to the public once judging was complete. There were refreshments and home-baked cakes on sale in the afternoon before an auction of many of the entries.

Local growers entered categories that included fruit, vegetables and flowers. The best in show was a mammoth pumpkin grown by Florence Askew and her Grandad which weighed in at 30.9kg!

In the categories for cooks and bakers the biggest entry was in the homebrew beer category. The two judges from Lymm Round Table had to taste and rate no less than 21 beers. The Round Table home brew trophy was eventually awarded to Donald Reid’s Baltic Porter.

Following this successful relaunch the Show plans to return to Maple Lodge with a planned date of September 4.


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