Roos Parish Council

Chairman:   Mr R. Dovey;  Vice Chairman:  Mr C. Jackson

Hon. Secretary:   Miss M. J. Barker.  Hon. Treasurer:   Mr J. Barker.

 

  The origins of Roos and District Horticultural Society can be traced back to 1940. The first Show being held in 1943.

      A feature article published in The Rooster No 212 March 2013 describes much of the early days and outlines some of the key developments which have led to its increasing success since that time.

The Roos & District Horticultural  Show Committee 2015/16 

 

 

SPRING SHOW REPORT 2016

 

The 61st Spring Show was held on Saturday 9th April in Roos Memorial Institute
The Show President Avril Crawforth introduced  Mr P. Kitchen, a local resident and businessman who presented the Cups and Awards to successful entrants.

Thanks were given to Mrs Pat Cheeseman who was retiring from the committee after many years of service. The occasion was marked with a gift of thanks in  recognition of her significant contribution, hard work and dedication in ensuring the success of the Show.

 

 

 

 

 

REPORT OF THE 74th ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW & ATTRACTIONS

held on Saturday 9th July 2016 on Roos Playing Field

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

After early morning rain, the afternoon sun greeted the large number of people who came to view the large display of wonderful exhibits, including the many plants and flowers, vegetables & fruit, flower arrangements, and all manner of produce such as eggs, bread and cakes, honey and preserves. In addition there were fine exhibits of photography, handicrafts and paintings, and many from children.
Later in the afternoon, The President of the Society, Mrs Avril Crawforth, introduced and welcomed Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, to present the cups and trophies to successful entrants. He was subsequently presented with a container arrangement.
Once again this year, the show welcomed a large number of attractions and outside stalls. In particular, the Burton Constable Company of Bulmen had a very busy time. During the afternoon, local DJ, Chris Earle, did an excellent job keeping everyone entertained and, of course, the show bar and BBQ did a roaring trade.
The Show has a small but highly dedicated committee which not only ensure that the high standards and traditions established over many years are maintained, but that the Show will continue to grow and flourish over future years.
The committee wish to express their thanks to all the many exhibitors and willing volunteers who help to make the Show such a huge success. 
The Committee will be pleased to welcome anybody who has an interest in joining the committee, or helping the Roos & District Horticultural Society and their Spring and Summer Shows please contact:

 

The Honorary Show Secretary . 
Miss M J Barker  Tel. 01964 670259.