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    2018 Flower Show Prize Money

    2018 Prestatyn Flower Show

    Prize Money

    The following table shows the prize money allocated for the various competition classes:-

    Classes
    First
    Second
    Third
    ALL except
    £2.00
    £1.00
    £0.50
    9,12,18,18a,42,49,51,55,58,61,65,76,86.
    £5.00
    £3.00
    £2.00
    20,44,46,47,48,50.
    £15.00
    £10.00
    £5.00
    83, 84.
    £25.00
    £15.00
    £10.00
    90.
    £25.00

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      PLEASE READ THE SCHEDULE AND REGULATIONS CAREFULLY
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