So says Doug Stewart, who, together with Blair Jacobs, judged this year’s entries. You can see pictures he took on the Radio Humberside Facebook page: https://tinyurl.com/ydejbyne and also on Doug’s blog: https://tinyurl.com/yafwzuxm
Here we see the winning Wacky Zoo with its creative use of vegetables and the Knitted Ark, again showing amazing attention to detail. The Wacky Zoo also got the most votes in the People’s Choice so Tracey Naylor kindly donated the prize to this lovely runner-up. The pictures below hardly do justice to the winners of second and third prizes. The Humber Bridge was the result of a major piece of research on what goes on north and south of the bridge and the Pirate Ship had so many points of interest it repaid a second or third visit!
Together with our many and varied Open Gardens, entertainments and contributions from so many Barrow groups and organizations, this was another Weekend to Remember. Thanks to everyone who took part and made this another great event. Don’t forget to visit our Facebook page as well.