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The RHS Harvest Festival Show is well worth visiting if you ever have the chance. Held in early October in the impressive Lindley Hall in Westminster, it is probably the grandest village show in the country. Crates of apples were for sale – but not just any old apples, these were a huge range of heritage varieties from the trees at RHS Wisley. Much like any other local show, there were tables of fruit and veg competing in various classes. The standard, as you might expect from RHS members, is very high. None more so than in the various grape classes, where the Dukes of Marlborough and Devonshire were the main contenders, with picture-perfect

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