Competition winners 2016

National Winners - St Kew's Community Primary, Cornwall

Well done to St Kew for growing a whopping 6965g of Rocket!

South West Winners - St Matthews Primary Academy - Plymouth

St Matthews did a fantastic job in the south for growing 3640g of Jester.

Central (South) Winners - West mere Sutton Bridge Community Primary

West Mere were very pleased with their new bench for growing 2250g of Jester.

Central (North) Winners - Wyndham Primary Academy

Wyndham grew an incredible 2950g of Luciole!

South East - Sayes Court School

In the South East, Sayes Court had a fantastic yield of 3178g Rudolph.

Wales - Milford Haven Junior School

Once again - Milford Haven in Pembrokeshire had a brilliant harvest with 2200g of Gemson.

North West - Kirkbampton C of E Primary School

Athlete did well this year and Kirkbampton managed to harvest 2225g of Athlete!

North East (South) - Lilycroft Primary School

Big smiles from the children at Lilycroft who grew 2315g of Casablanca!

North East (North) - Longridge Towers School

Longridge Towers had an excellent yield of 721g of Shepody this year despite the cold weather!

East Scotland - Beechbrae Learning Centre

Beechbrae Learning Center did a great job with the Athlete variety this year growing 2900g!

West Scotland - Dalry Primary School

The lovely Dalry Primary with another brilliant yield of Safiyah weighing in at 990g.

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Sidney Stringer Primary School

Largest number of tubers

Sidney Stringer Primary School in Coventry grew an amazing 176 tubers from 3 seed potatoes. Here we have Peter Seabrook from The Sun newspaper presenting their £350.00 Sutton seeds voucher to the children and their teacher Lise Reeve.

Brookwood Primary School in Surrey

Heaviest tuber

Brookwood Primary School in Surrey, who grew a whopping 400g potato. Pictured here receiving their Suttons Seeds gardening voucher from Val Bradley Gardening correspondent for The Sun newspaper.