IN PICTURES: Alnwick Spring Show produces a colourful display.

Gardeners, crafters, florists and baker, young and old, pulled out all the stops to showcase their talents.

Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 3:29 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 4:19 pm
A gorgeous display.

The 13th Spring Show filled the main hall at Willowburn Sports Centre delighted the organisers as well as the guest of honour, Sir John Hall.

Alnwick Spring Show chairman David Parker shows Sir John Hall some of the blooms.Pictures by Jane Coltman
Margaret Smith was thrilled that her bowl of species tulips was a winner.
A delightful dragon!

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Just a little! Sir John Hall has a sample of plum brandy made by Joan Moses.
Joan Moses shows off her cupcakes.
Hadston's Jeff Smith was on winning form again.
Sir John Hall pops a donation in the collecting tin for the Mesotheliomia Research Fund which was being promoted at Alnwick Spring Show by Gerry Simpson, Elaine Foreman and Rita Braithwaite.
Top tulips!
Gill Starkey was delighted with her winning mango chutney.
Morris Robinson won the championship class in the daffodils and also had the best daffodil in bloom.
Eggs-cellent entries!
The Pottergate Pantry provided the catering yet again.
Jake Davidson and his miniature garden.
Georgia and Jessica Fennell admire the floral art
A tasty display.
A bowl of hellebores.
In the pink! Frances Cook won the cup for best use of colour in the floral art classes.
Judith Head was doubly delighted with the success of her dessert and liqeur
Top hats!
One of the miniature gardens
Hilary Drury and her winning cherry cake
Olivia Temple, 13, triumphed in the cookery classes of the childrens section
Pretty in pink.
Geoff Watson was delighted to win the Duchess's trophy with his tulips.
One of the stunning arrangements.
Grace Aynsley with her beautiful floral art