Annual show

In 2019 our annual open Garden & Home Produce Show will be held on Saturday 10th August – please note new date! There is no charge to exhibit and a list of the classes is below, with a single-page printable schedule available here: 2019 schedule v2 plus a booking form here: Online booking form. Printed versions of the schedules were handed out at our July club meeting & will be available on the 10th. Let’s hope that we have the same level of support as last year!!  

10.00am – 12noon -Entries to be set up (see separate booking form)
12noon – 2.30pm -Hall closed for judging
2.30pm – 4.30pm -Show open to the Public
3.30pm -Presentations & Raffle draw

Afternoon entry to the show is free to exhibitors

CLASSES 1-10 Home grown flowers

Class 1 Rose, single HT
Class 2 Roses, floribunda one spray
Class 3 Annuals, 5 stems, can be mixed
Class 4 Sweet Peas, 5 stems, can be mixed colours
Class 5 Dahlias, 3 stems, one variety
Class 6 Perennials, herbaceous, 3 stems, 1 variety
Class 7 Summer flowering bulbs/corms 3 stems
Class 8 Mixed garden flowers in vase
Class 9 Shrub, flowering, 3 stems from one plant
Class 10 Chrysanthemums 5 stems, can be mixed

CLASSES 11-27 Home grown vegetables 

Class 11 Potatoes, 5 same variety and size
Class 12 Runner Beans, 3 same variety and size
Class 13 French Beans, dwarf 3 same variety and size
Class 14 Carrots 3 same variety, foliage trimmed to 5” (13cm) and tied
Class 15 Onions, 3 grown from sets, pulled from garden & tied in a bunch
Class 16 Head of Cabbage on 3″ stem (8cm)
Class 17 Peas, 5 pods same variety and size
Class 18 Beetroot, 3 same variety and size
Class 19 Miniature Tomatoes, 5 same size, stalks attached
Class 20 Tomatoes, 5 same variety and size, stalks attached
Class 21 Cucumber, one any variety
Class 22 Courgettes, 3 same size
Class 23 Heaviest Onion
Class 24 Heaviest Marrow
Class 25 Longest Runner Bean
Class 26 Longest carrot
Class 27 5 vegetables on a tray, one of each, any variety (max. tray size 16″x12″ (41cmx30cm)

CLASSES 28-31 Home grown fruit

Class 28 Damsons, 5 same variety & size on plate, stalks attached
Class 29 Plums, 5 same variety & size on plate, stalks attached
Class 30 Raspberries, 7 same variety on a plate
Class 31 Apples, 3 same variety, on a plate

CLASS 32 Flower Arranging

Class 32 Individual design max 12” (30cm) wide
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CLASSES 33-36 Plants in Pots – maximum internal diameter of all pots 8” 20cm)

Class 33 Flowering pot plant, any variety
Class 34 Foliage pot plant, any variety
Class 35 Cacti, any variety
Class 36 Succulents, any variety

CLASS 37
Class 37 Club Members only
Fuchsia Dollar Princess, maximum internal diameter of
pot 5″ (13cm)

CLASSES 38 – 45 Home Produce

Class 38 Marmalade
Class 39 Jam, any variety
Class 40 Lemon Curd
Class 41 Chutney, any variety
Class 42 Fruit cake on a plate
Class 43 Fruit scones, 5 on a plate
Class 44 Cup Cakes, decorated, 5 on a plate
Class 45 Victoria Sponge (to recipe in schedule) 

CHILDREN’S CLASSES – ALL THEIR OWN WORK
Cash prizes £3 for winner of each class; £2 & £1 for 2nd & 3rd places

CLASS 46 Ages 4-7 Decorating
3 decorated cookies on a plate
(covered with cling film)

CLASS 47 Ages 8-13 Home Baking
Cup Cakes, 3 home made, on a plate
(covered with cling film) This Class will be tasted

CLASS 48 Under 11 years of age
Vegetable animal

Our 2018 show was held on Saturday 8th September. After the challenges of the summer drought came the heavy rain but this didn’t deter our members & we had an even higher number of entries than last year – 269! There were some fabulous exhibits & our judges commented on the high standards of the entries which filled the village hall with a beautiful display. There are lots of photos on our Gallery Page and a report on the blog. A big thank you to everybody who entered, supported and helped out. June Morris won the Tom Ethelstone Memorial Trophy for the highest number of points overall, & Ivy Evans scooped the Lewis Cup for the most points in the vegetable classes. And our members’-only class for the pots of Acidanthera that we gave out as bulbs in spring gave a perfect backdrop from their vantage point on the stage. Well done everybody!