One of the village’s longest-running annual events, the Croxley Green Home & Produce Show, is set to return this September.
After a two years absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the residents of Three Rivers can once again compete to grow the heaviest marrow and bake the tastiest sponge cake, as part of its 101st edition.
Vegetables, flowers, floral arts, cakes, jams, soft toys, handicrafts, photographs, eggs, liqueurs and even floral arrangements in teapots are all items that can be entered into the show, as long as they are homegrown, homemade or handcrafted.
There will also be a variety of entries for children between the ages of three and 16. The entries will then be judged by an expert panel, with trophies awarded in each category.
If you are unable to enter any items but still want to enjoy show, come along to York Mead School to see the creative exhibits on display at 2:30pm on the day of the show.
The event is set to take place on Saturday, September 10. For further information about the event and exact timings, you can either email John Jowers, the show’s secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting their website at www.croxleygreenshow.co.uk