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Winners of Cromarty Gardening Competition 2011
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Winners of Cromarty Gardening Competition 2011

Best Garden: Frank and Wynne McKellar (with Estelle Ellwood Highly Commended)
Best Sweet Pea: Annie Ratcliffe
Best Container: Annie Ratcliffe (with Frank and Wynne MacKellar Highly Commended)
Best Wildlife Garden: Jill Williams


Thanks to all those who entered, and to Derek Consterdine of Newmills Plant Centre, Resolis, for judging.

The competition was organised by Cromarty Allotments and Gardens Society, and judge by Derek Consterdine of Newmills Plant Centre, Resolis.
Picture added on 18 August 2011 at 16:41
Was that Mrs Third's hoose? Lovely garden.
Added by Margaret Tong on 03 January 2012
No Margaret, the two Third sisters stayed in the next block, the last bungalow before the houses started.
Added by Margaret Cassie ( Clelland ) on 04 January 2012
I remember a Mrs Third who stayed opposite Aunt Jean. They affectionately called her 'Thirdie' and Aunt Jean used to put a meal over to her.
Added by Margaret Tong on 04 January 2012
Margaret the two sisters who lived in the next block were called the ""Paul's " their relatives owned the Tore pub in th fifties
Added by Davie jones on 07 January 2012
You are right. Mrs Third did stay in that house. Peggy and Donnie lived in the next one.
Added by Nora on 11 January 2012
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