VIDEO: Blooms are a feast for the senses

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Beautiful blooms impressed visitors and judges at this year’s Beeding in Bloom.

At the open gardens event on Sunday, garden-lovers were treated to a feast for the senses as Upper Beeding’s villagers welcomed guests in to admire a huge variety of outdoor spaces.

Dudley Rushmere, Chairman of Beeding in Bloom is presenting the Jim Heritage Cup to Joan and Roger Hornsby whose garden was judged to be the best entry overall.

Dudley Rushmere, Chairman of Beeding in Bloom is presenting the Jim Heritage Cup to Joan and Roger Hornsby whose garden was judged to be the best entry overall.

There was also a chance to learn about bee-keeping, admire classic cars and purchase plants as well as sample some delicious refreshments.

The winners of Beeding in Bloom were announced by chairman Dudley Rushmere, who presented the awards as follows:

Mainly Perennials

Joan and Roger Hornsby

JPCT 240713 S13300438x Upper Beeding. Beeding In Bloom. Open Gardens. Garden of Ingrid Caygill, in Hyde Street -photo by Steve Cobb

JPCT 240713 S13300438x Upper Beeding. Beeding In Bloom. Open Gardens. Garden of Ingrid Caygill, in Hyde Street -photo by Steve Cobb

Highly Commended

Lynda Piper

Courtyard Garden

Brenda Emsley

JPCT 240713 S13300412x Upper Beeding. Beeding In Bloom. Open Gardens. Garden of Ingrid Caygill, in Hyde Street -photo by Steve Cobb

JPCT 240713 S13300412x Upper Beeding. Beeding In Bloom. Open Gardens. Garden of Ingrid Caygill, in Hyde Street -photo by Steve Cobb

Edible and Integrated

Alan Beasley

Hanging Baskets

and Containers

Henry Comlidge

Best New Entrant

Trevor Field-Wright

Highly Commended

Gabi Carr

Best Allotment

Jeff Dunstone

Allotment Newcomer

(less than two years)

Rosalie Fillion

Highly Commended

Ben and Sue Elliott

Best Overall Entry and

Winners of the

Jim Heritage Cup:

Joan and Roger Hornsby

Dudley is pictured presenting Joan and Roger with their trophy.

Also pictured is a selction of garden highlights, pictured by Steve Cobb.