8th July 2013Gallerygos admin Just resting…. The celebrities entertained the crowds and went home with their prizes! Not even with his advantage of stock handling on the farm meant that everything went Adam’s way Restaurant critic and food writer (and a regular on BBC’s Masterchef) Charles Campion and his Winterwood pig and mentor, Judith Sims. Food writer, Tom Parker Bowles with his pig and mentor, Anne Nicholls Adam Henson Teresa Cook with Winterwood Princess 213 from the judge, Judith Sims Charles Campion, restaurant critic and food writer gaining some practice with Princess Freda under the guidance of his mentor, Judith Sims. Gloucestershire Old Spots Display at the South of England Show Gloucestershire Old Spots display at the South of England show South of England President Penelope Keith presents GOS members son Alfie Dallaway with the prize for the best pig display at the Show Penelope Keith with Ann Nicholls’ breed champion at the South of England show A relaxed Princess Royal shares a joke with Club Vice-Chairman, Judith Sims at this year’s AGM. Photo by Clive Renson HRH meeting members of the committee and shaking hands with Helen Lightfoot flanked by Viki Mills, Judith Sims and Guy Kiddy HRH talking to Jonathan Crump with around the table (clockwise) Lady Elwes, Sir Henry Elwes, Suzanne Moss, Harold Moss & Andrew Robinson The Club’s Patron, HRH The Princess Royal Members at the 2013 AGM awaiting the arrival of the Club’s Patron, HRH The Princess Royal Guy Kiddy gives an interesting talk on how to manage AI successfully. HRH talking to club president Dave Overton HRH The Princess Royal addresses members flanked by Secretary, Richard Lutwyche and President, Dave Overton. HRH with club secretary Richard Lutwyche GOSPBC President, Dave Overton receives a commemorative plaque from GOSA President, Robyn Metcalfe and Vice-President Sally Doherty (right). HRH The Princess Royal chats to guests at our Grand Tea Party Part of the centenary exhibition The GOS centenary exhibit Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence talking to our guests from GOS of America. Charles Campion successfully persuades his gilt to cross the up and down ramp. Tom Parker-Bowles does well with his gilt although mentor, Anne Nicholls, is never far away. Adam decides that eye contact is the way to persuade a reluctant participant. Adam Henson being put through his paces.