The fruits of competition

Pupils at a primary school have won a Newport Show
competition. St Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School
in Newport won a month’s supply of fresh fruit and £100
of sports equipment in the apple-bobbing competition
at the popular county event. The sports equipment was
presented to the school and the fruit delivered in October
by Newport-based Jupiter Group, who sponsored the event
in the Little Foodies Area of the show.

Show manager Sally Western said, “It’s a delight to know
pupils from the school will benefit from and enjoy these
competition prizes.”

This year’s show will take place on Saturday 11 July at
Chetwynd Deer Park in Shropshire. Visit newportshow.
co.uk for details.

Lauren White (centre front) and Jack Terry (top left) from the Jupiter Group, and Tony Asson (top right), Chair of Trustees for Newport and District Agricultural Society

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