The village of Cromhall usually holds a Flower Show and Village Fayre on the first Saturday of September at 2pm on the St Andrew's School field.
Cromhall Flower Show and Village Fayre is an open show, so entries are always welcome from neighbouring villages and further afield.
There's a category for everyone, including home grown vegetables, fruit and flowers (e.g. from "the brightest flower in my garden" to "an unusual shaped vegetable”), through to home cooking, crafts and even photography.
There's entertainment and a fun dog show for children of all ages.
Please call Julia Cloke on 01454 228676 for more information about the dog show. You can enter this on the day of the Show.
Try your luck on the raffle and tombola, test your skill at skittles and the coconut shy, or browse the stalls for crafts, books and toys.
Then when you're in need of refreshment, head to the tea tent for delicious sandwiches, cakes and biscuits, enjoy a local brew in the beer tent, or treat yourself to an ice cream.
There's the chance to learn more about Cromhall and its various activities, with information stalls and a display of scouting activities.
The afternoon ends with cup presentations and an auction of flowers and produce.
We present certificates and cups on the day to all winners, but all cups are retained by the Cromhall Horticultural Society to enable us to have them engraved.
Cups are presented at our Annual General Meeting which is usually held in October at Cromhall Village Hall.
All winners are personally notified once the date of AGM and Presentation is confirmed.