More than 400 attended the Horst Horticulture Show

Last year, more than 400 people attended a garden show after being completely caught up in the cholera epidemic.

On Saturday, August 21, at 10:00 am, the 10th edition of the 10th Horst Village Hall welcomed 450 visitors.

Guests enjoyed the indoor industries and gardening exhibitions as well as live music from the EMC Jazz Band.

Craft shops, florists, and auctions offered flowers, fruits and vegetables, and some specialty items.

Participants enjoyed a variety of food and drink, including whipped cream, ice cream, bar and burger.

The show covered 134 subjects covering a wide range of topics, including baking, gardening, cooking, storage, crafts, photography, and horror.

A total of 407 exhibits in 134 rooms were attended by 78 people, who were sentenced the morning before the show began.

Among the winners of the trophy, Smith, the ‘big supporter of the show’, won four cups at home.

The show, which successfully introduces card payments and online submissions for the first time, also features Kovid-19 precautions.

“It was too short to plan,” said Keith Atfield, chairman of the Hurst Horticultural Society.

“We decided that the COVID safe show was only six weeks ago, so a lot of people have made superhuman efforts to do it, and I am very happy that despite the terrible weather forecast, it was a successful afternoon.

Mr. Atfield added that the community has previously provided a show program for every family in the village, but instead believes that this year they will use Facebook to promote the show to the community and use the site as a ‘big reason’. I want to say ‘big thank you’ to the success of the show and the person who ‘pushed this to the community’.

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