When the Brighstone and District Horticultural Society's 125th show was hit by July's high winds, which led to the eventual cancellation of the village's summer show, exhibitors packed up their potatoes and poppies and moved indoors, with just two days' notice.

The doors to Brighstone’s Wilberforce Hall and Scout Hut were thrown open, to host over 400 exhibits from more than 100 competitors.

The judges were especially impressed with the standard of flowers and handicrafts.

Among the prizes and trophies, The Hollis Memorial Trophy for best exhibit in vegetable classes 1-32 went to Bob Castle, while Di Plumley picked up the Newnham Cup.

Liz Prior's sweet peas won her the Harry Cole Cup, and for gladioli, Cathy Beach lifted the Doug Sibbick Cup.

The Waytescourt Cup, for most points in show, went to Jan Larter.

Tony Pointer had the best onions and special mentions for younger winners Solomiia Melnychuk, Freddie Kemp, Toby Warville and Casper Gillespie.

In new classes, there were 19 thriving coleus plant entries.

Meanwhile, 13 entries were on show in the upcycled denim class with creations ranging from hats, bags and cushions to the winning denim vase, full of denim flowers.

Best in Show went to Bob Castle, for his French gothic style clock, made from Indian rosewood.

Organisers said: "A huge thank you to all who exhibited, attended and worked tirelessly.

"The committee would also like to thank the village art group, who postponed their planned exhibition in the Wilberforce Hall and those who helped with set-up and dismantling."