Suffolk Show day two results: Stands

TRADESTAND COMPETITIONS

1. Most attractive and well laid out agricultural machinery and implement dealer's stand: Mark Weatherhead Ltd

2. Most attractive and well laid out agricultural supply industry stand (non machinery): Muntons (Suffolk Schools Competition)

3. Most attractive and well laid out stand not necessarily meeting agricultural needs: Tomlinson Groundcare

4. Stand making best use of floral decorations: J.T. Few Plant Hire


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5. Commercial grower's, groundcare or horticultural stand making best use of floral decorations: P.J. Harper Landscape Contractors Ltd

6. Best trade stand, and runner-up, within the small rural business and craft marquee: Elisabeth Bailey

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7. Best motor vehicle stand displaying goods with particular originality and ingenuity: Lookers Plc

8. Best working demonstration: The Last Straw

9. Best agricultural stand: Children's Farm

10. Best non-agricultural stand: Centre for Disabled People

11. Best exhibit in food hall: Suffolk Farmhouse Cheeses

12. Best stand in show: Muntons (Suffolk Schools Competition)

WHAT'S NEW IN FARMING EQUIPMENT

1. Agricultural equipment: P Tuckwell Ltd

2. Horticultural equipment: Boston Crop Sprayers Ltd

VINTAGE FARM TRACTOR COMPETITION

1. Tractor, pre 1952: Robert Riseborough

2. Tractor, post 1952: Mr T Wells

3. Restored implement: M J Spink

VINTAGE STATIONERY ENGINES

1. Open crank: G Arlidge

2. Enclosed crank: Mr J Rowe

STOCKMEN'S JUDGING COMPETITION

1. Four butchers' lambs: TBC

2. Four beef steers: TBC

LIVESTOCK PARADERS' COMPETITON

1. Best livestock parader of Suffolk sheep: TBC

MODEL GARDENS COMPETITION:-

1. Model Gardens Competition: Gadd & Ginger Landscapes and Brett Valley Maintenance Services Ltd & Janey Auchincloss Garden Design.

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