Sponsors & Supporters

We are indebted to the generosity of our supporters, and would like to encourage our visitors to use them wherever possible, and mention you saw them at Cupar Flower Show.

If you are interested in supporting the Cupar Flower Show, please contact Debbie Wheelans on debbie@cuparflowershow.co.uk

Mrs Margaret Aitken, Cupar

Mr George Brown, Cupar

Mr Tom Cleghorn, Cupar



Mrs Gladys Lundie, Cupar


Mrs Fiona Patrick, Cupar



Mr James Veitch, Freuchie




Blossom, Cupar


Patersons Fruit Fayre, Cupar


The following businesses attended the Show and the committee would appreciate it if you would advise you saw them at the ‘Cupar Flower Show’ when contacting them post event.

Fife Fuchsia Society

We are a club for fuchsia enthusiasts, from the hardy species through to the ever popular tender hybrids.  The Society aims are to encourage the cultivation of Fuchsias in all possible ways and to hold shows and Exhibitions of Fuchsias. To co-operate with other Societies pursuing the same objectives. Regular meetings are held in the Lomond Centre, Woodside, Glenrothes on the third Tuesday of the month at 7pm -any person interested in the cultivation of fuchsias is cordially invited to attend the meetings.  www.fifefuchsias.org.uk


Scotland’s Rural University College  (SRUC)

Leading the way in Agricultural and Rural Research, Education and Consultancy.  SRUC Elmwood Campus is comprised of three sites, the main location at Carslogie Road, Cupar, Elmwood Gold Course at Stratheden and Elmwood Farm at Cuparmuir.  We offer courses in Horticulture, Animal Care, Horse Care, Greenkeeping, Golf Course Management, Coaching and Developing Sport, Golf Facility Management, Hospitality, Professional Golf, Conservation and Gamekeeping.  Visit www.sruc.ac.uk/elmwood  or call 01334 658800.



Worldwide Cancer Research (formerly AICR), St Andrews

Cancer now affects more than one in three of our loved ones and each year around 12.7million people are diagnosed with cancer worldwide.

At Worldwide Cancer Research we believe that only the freedom to fund the most innovative and challenging research, no matter where in the world it occurs will help us to reduce incidences of cancer and improve survival for everyone.  We support only the most startling and transformative cancer research from around the world and we have awarded almost £200 million in research grants to some of the world’s best scientists across 34 different countries.  Research has revealed the complexity of cancer – a disease that almost defies classification. So we fund research into all cancer types.  Our horizons are broad and our vision bold but we believe we will, with the right research, see no life cut short by cancer.  www.worldwidecancerresearch.org