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With the Nevern Show coming up on 8th August 2018, it’s time to announce our new Vice Presidents for 2018, Vivian & Bonni Davies, who will support Jane Lewis, this year’s President.
Vivian & Bonni Davies, of Penlanwynt, Pontfaen have been staunch supporters of the Nevern Show for as long as they can both remember. Viv has shown cattle at the Show, and spent many years stewarding the cattle classes. He has also been a committee member for many years. The couple raise beef cattle and sheep on the family farm of Penlanwynt, where Viv was born and raised. They and their family still live and work there, and are very popular in the local community.We’re really delighted to have them on board as our Vice-Presidents for 2018.
Our President, Jane Lewis, follows in the footsteps of her father, Vivian Lewis, who was President of Nevern Show twice! Jane, a manager for the Welsh Government’s Regional Learning and Skills Partnership, has a background in marketing, organising food festivals and event management. She renewed her her family’s links with the Nevern Show in 2017 as Vice-President.
The horticultural marquee was again full of entries at the 2017 Nevern Show, and proved once again to be a challenge for the judges in every sector.
Glenys Rees had the most points in the Cookery section and she won the special prize for her afternoon tea.
Susan Neal had the most points for the Preserves and Poultry Produce.
Keith John secured the most points in the Home made Wine and Beer section.
The Jack Davies Perpetual Challenge Trophy was won by David Evans in the Crafts section.
The M Francis Perpetual Challenge Shield for the best exhibit in the Handicrafts was won by Glenys Bowen.
The prize for the best exhibit in the Photography was awarded to Martin Lewis.
The Lt Commander W. R. Morgan Perpetual Challenge Cup for the most points in the Vegetables and Fruit was won by Robert Rees.
Richard Davies had the highest number of points in the Flowers section.
The Dafydd Thomas Memorial Perpetual Challenge Trophy was awarded in the Children’s Section to Efa Kerr.
Joshua Hope designed the winning cover for the 2018 schedule and catalogue.
Anthony Thomas gained the most points in the Farm Produce.
The Perpetual Challenge Trophy in memory of Mr P. G and Mrs S. E. M. Evans for the highest number of points in the Horticultural Show was won by Robert Rees.
Mair Allison and Merryl Roberts congratulate all the winners and thank all competitors, judges and stewards for making the horticulture show.
We’re delighted to tell you all that Jane Lewis will be the Vice President of the Nevern Show in 2017, supporting Richard Butler, this year’s President.
Jane is very much following in her family tradition. Her father, Vivian Lewis was President of Nevern Show not once but twice! The first time, in the late 1980s, and secondly in 2012. In 2012, Jane was poised to step in as her Dad was unwell, but in the end it wasn’t necessary. As she says,
“Dad was always involved in the Nevern Show even when he was ill. He was proud to be part of the show and I was with him in 2012 ready to step in to help during the day, but he undertook his duties without the need for me to step in.”
Vivian Lewis retired to Nevern, but had been a frequent visitor to the village before then, coming most weekends and for holidays. As a keen fisherman he got to know many local farmers and was very much involved with the village and with the Show – as his involvement as president on two occasions shows. Vivian sadly passed away in 2012, but not until he had carried out his duties!
Jane, a manager for the Welsh Government’s Regional Learning and Skills Partnership, has a background in marketing, organising food festivals and event management. She is delighted to be renewing her family’s links with the Nevern Show in 2017.
“It was an honour to be asked to be the Vice President this year, and I want to be involved and follow in Dad’s footsteps in this way. I’m looking forward to supporting the Show’s President this year, and seeing how things work, before hopefully stepping in to the President’s shoes for next year.”
We’re really pleased that Jane is involved in the show, and hope you will all join us in congratulating her!
As you can imagine, a huge amount of organisation goes in to the Nevern Show each year. One of the tasks that has to be completed is that of gathering in all the cups and trophies that were awarded last year. If you were a winner last year, the time has come to hand back your trophy or cup. it needs to be engraved appropriately, and returned clean and polished ready for the next lucky winner.
You can return your cup or trophy to our Trophy Secretary, Hugh Thomas; alternatively, you can return them to Coast and Country Offices, Market Street, Newport, Pembrokeshire, or to CCF Cardigan, Parc Teifi, Cardigan.
Please can you return your trophy by 27th June!
The Nevern Show 2017 will take place on 9th August 2017. The Committee is working hard behind the scenes to make sure that it’s the best Nevern Show yet, and we’re hoping to welcome even more people than last year – old faces and new, locals and visitors to the area, whether exhibitors, or people who are enjoying the beautiful North Pembrokeshire countryside and coast for a well-earned summer holiday.
As usual, there will be a number of agricultural showing categories, cattle, sheep and horses all taking centre stage. In addition, we’re hoping that many of our younger visitors – and budding handlers of the future – will enter our fun ‘Fur and Feather’ class with their pets: all welcome, from chickens and ducks to rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters!
Alongside our agricultural classes, there’s plenty of competition in the horticultural section. We have a wide variety of classes, and encourage as many people as possible to join in. Whether you make a stunning Victoria Sponge, or brew a delicious bottle of elderberry wine, if your talents lie in wood carving, metal work, or crochet, or you have the greenest fingers around, growing fantastic fruit and vegetables, there’s a class for you to enter! There are also classes specifically for children. More details will be available once the Schedule for 2017 is online.
Our dog show is always a popular attraction too, and there’s plenty of time to get your four legged ‘best friend’ ready for the big day. The show features pedigree classes and ‘novelty’ classes, including ‘Dog the judge would like to take home’, and child handler categories, so all dogs – and their owners – can come along and join in the fun.
We’ve got all sorts of plans, and some exciting new additions to the show which we can’t wait to tell you about, so why not keep in touch with us by liking our Facebook page where we’ll be posting regular updates! For now, we’ll leave you with some images from previous shows!