The 2020 Spring Show will take place on Sunday 5th April. Anyone can enter our show. If you do wish to enter, then firstly read the schedule below, decide what classes you wish to enter then contact our Show Secretary Peter Turner to let him know which classes you wish to enter. Peter is on 0118-9730424 email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you want to print the Spring Show Schedule, clickhere If you want to print the entry form, click here
Spring Show - Section A - Flowers, etc. Classes 1 to 11 - One bloom per stem excluding classes 6 and 11 For daffodil divisions, please go to 'Programme / Flowershow rules & guidelines'. Class Title Variety 1 2 Vases of 3 Daffodils (Division 2) One per vase 2 3 Daffodils (Any division) One 3 5 Daffodils (Any division) One 4 5 Daffodils(Any division) Mixed 5 1 Specimen Daffodil (Division 1) 6 3 Daffodils (Division 5, 7 or 8) One 7 3 Daffodils (Division 4) One 8 3 Daffodils (novice) (Any division) One 9 5 Tulips (One bloom per stem) (novice) One or more 10 5 Stems Miniature Daffodils (single headed) One or more 11 5 Stems Miniature Daffodils (Division 5, 7 or 8)One or more 12 3 Stems miniature tulips One or more 13 5 Tulips (one bloom per stem) One or more 14 3 Tulips (one bloom per stem) One 15 1 Camellia bloom 16 Bowl/pot not to exceed 23cm (9”) growing any one species of Bulb/Corm /Tuber One or more 17 3 Sprays of Polyanthus (same colour) One 18 5 Sprays of Polyanthus Mixed 19 Chairman's Challenge (No entry fee)One 20 1 Cut spike of Hyacinth 21 Flowering Orchid 22 An exotic plant (excluding orchids) 23 3 Specimen blooms in a decorative vase (both bloom and vase to be judged) One cultivar 24 1 Vase of ornamental foliage Min. 5 kinds 25 1 Vase of flowering shrubs/trees Mixed 26 1 Vase of Spring flowers (No shrubs) Mixed 27 1 Vase of any other flowers not included in schedule Mixed 28 Pot plant in flower (excluding cacti & orchids) 29 Foliage pot plant (pot not to exceed 12.5cm (5”) 30 Foliage pot plant (pot not to exceed 25cm (10”) 31 1 cactus or Succulent pot plant 32 3 Sticks of Rhubarb – (natural) One 33 3 Sticks of Rhubarb – (forced) One
Spring Show – Section B – Floral Arrangements NO LATE ENTRIES ALLOWED See class for space allowed
Novice Classes Class Title 34 ‘Divers Discovery’ An exhibit Space allowed w 40cm x d 30cm x h 40cm 35 ‘Hot and Spicy’ An exhibit. Space allowed: w 76cm x d 76cm, height optional.
Open Classes Class Title 36 ‘Turkish Delight’ An exhibit. To be staged on a table covered in a black cloth. Space allowed: w 50cm x d 50cm x h 20cm. 37 ‘In a nutshell’ A miniature exhibit. Space allowed w 10cm x d 10cm x h 15cm. 38 ‘There is Something in the Air’ Space allowed w 40cm x d 40cm, height unlimited.
Spring Show – Section C – Young Exhibitors’ Section Class Title Aged 7 and Under. 39 An Octopus on a paper plate using any art and craft materials. 40 Make a Fish from a paper plate using any craft items eg. Pipe-cleaners, foam, paper, string, wool, pompoms, modelling clay, etc. Aged 8 to 11 inclusive 41 Make a beach hut from cardboard. 42 3 jam tarts
Spring Show - Section D - Domestic Class Title 43 A Swiss Roll To your own recipe with raspberry jam filling, caster sugar topping.
44 Golden Oat Cookies Ingredients. 150ml sunflower oil 200g golden caster sugar 1 large egg 30ml milk 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp vanilla extract 140g plain flour ½ tsp bicarbonate of soda 300g porage oats 90g sultanas Method Line 2 large baking sheets with baking parchment and pre-heat oven to 180°C, gas mark 4. In a large bowl, mix together the oil and sugar then gradually beat in the egg, milk, ginger and vanilla extract until smooth. Stir in the flour, bicarbonate of soda, oats and sultanas. Drop heaped tablespoons of the mixture onto a large baking tray and bake for 15 mins or until golden. Leave to cool on a tray for 5 minutes then transfer to a wire rack and leave to cool
45 5 macaroons 46 A chocolate mousse for one 47 A savoury quiche 48 A jar of fruit curd - your favourite flavour.
Spring Show – Section E – Handicrafts Class Title 49 A garden ornament (Not shown @ CGC before) 50 An article of tapestry or embroidery. (Not shown @ CGC before) 51 An article of general handicraft (Not shown @ CGC before)
Spring Show – Section F – Photography Class Title 52 Reflection (5” x 7” No borders, frames or mounts) 53 Things that float (5” x 7” No borders, frames or mounts)
Spring Show – Section G – Poetry 54 Compose a poem of not more than 12 lines referring to ‘Childhood’.