Green fingers wanted

WhirlowKL''Neville Dearden, Whirlow Hall Farm's horticulture expert and Richard Carr of Carrs Silver of Sheffield, presenting the plate for the Carrs Silver Challenge
WhirlowKL''Neville Dearden, Whirlow Hall Farm's horticulture expert and Richard Carr of Carrs Silver of Sheffield, presenting the plate for the Carrs Silver Challenge
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Green-fingered people are invited to join the first ever Whirlow Hall Farm horticultural show.

The show, which is part of the charity’s biggest annual fundraising event, the Farm Fayre, will have categories for children, adults and groups.

The Carrs Silver Plate, the prize for the group with the best display of produce, was delivered this week.

It was shown off by Neville Dearden, Whirlow Hall Farm’s horticulture expert and Richard Carr of Carr’s Silver of Sheffield,

The plate is engraved with the challenge title and will be presented to the winning team at the event on Sunday September 18, by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Coun Sylvia Dunkley.

Anyone from community groups and allotment societies, families or individuals can have a go a growing-their-own.

They are challenged to bring along any produce they are proud of to enter into the show.

Entry is £2 for any number of categories, with free entry for children’s categories. The Carrs Silver Challenge is £5 to enter per team.

Contact Lisa Clowes 0n 0114 235 2678 or lisac@whirlowhallfarm.org for a full list of categories and for entry forms.