The 2018 Summer Show will take place on Sunday 8th September. 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 Summer Show Schedule, click here If you want to print the entry form, click here
Summer Show - Section A - Vegetables Class Title Variety 1 6 Runner Beans One 2 6 Runner Beans (Novice) One 3 3 Onions (globe or flat) One 4 3 Courgettes One 5 4 Potatoes – white or coloured One 6 5 Tomatoes – other than cherry One 7 5 Tomatoes (Novice) – other than cherry One 8 1 Truss of tomatoes * (cherry/small fruited) # 9 1 Truss of tomatoes * (Not cherry/small fruited) 10 1 Dish of 12 cherry/small fruited tomatoes # One 11 3 Beetroots One 12 2 Cucumbers One 13 3 Carrots One 14 6 French Beans One 15 Any vegetable not included in Classes 1 – 14 (quantity optional) One 16 From classes 1 to 15 and 21 to 24, a collection of 3 vegetables and two fruits. 17 3 different vegetables (One of each) (Novice) 18 A Corn on the cob 19 Longest Runner Bean 20 Oddest Shaped vegetable * A Truss consists of a Single or Forked Stem of flowers and fruits growing from one main stem of the plant (this can contain unripe fruit). # Cherry Tomatoes must not exceed 35mm diameter.
Summer Show - Section B - Fruit Class Title Variety 21 3 Apples – Dessert One 22 3 Apples – Cooking One 23 A Dish of Soft Fruit shown with stalks (quantity optional) One 24 Any other Fruit – quantity optional One
Summer Show - Section C - Flowers Class Title Variety 25 3 Roses (one flower per stem) One 26 2 Sprays of multi-headed roses One 27 1 Specimen Rose bloom 28 3 Hydrangea heads One or more 29 3 Pelargonium heads One or more 30 A vase of mixed grasses (no more than 5 stems) One or more 31 1 Vase of Annual Flowers One or more (mixed colours allowed) 32 1 Vase of Herbaceous Perennial Flowers One or more 33 1 Vase of mixed flowers with no additional foliage in a decorative vase (both to be judged) One or more 34 1 Vase of mixed flowers using the smallest club vase One or more 35 1 Gladiolus spike 36 1 Dahlia, Giant or Large 37 3 Dahlias, decorative One or more 38 3 Dahlias, cactus or semi-cactus One or more 39 3 Dahlias, water lily, small One or more 40 5 Dahlias, pompom or ball One or more 41 1 Vase of 5 Dahlias, any flower type Two or more 42 Deputy Chairman's Challenge (No entry fee)
Summer Show - Section D - Pot Plants Class Title 43 1 Fuchsia in a pot (pot size not to exceed 12.5cm (5”)) 44 1 Fuchsia in a pot (pot size not to exceed 22.5cm (9”)) 45 1 Standard or Half Standard Fuchsia (minimum 45cm (18”) length of clear stem from soil to lowest branches) 46 6 Fuchsia florets, one variety displayed on a board (board supplied) 47 6 Fuchsia florets, mixed variety displayed on a board (board supplied) 48 1 Pelargonium in a pot 49 Mixture of summer bedding in a 30cm (12") pot 50 1 Foliage pot plant (pot size not to exceed 12.5cm (5”)) 51 1 Foliage pot plant (pot size not to exceed 25cm (10”)) 52 1 Cactus or Succulent pot plant (pot size not to exceed 22.5cm (9”)) 53 An Orchid or other exotic pot plant. 54 1 Flowering pot plant exclusive of Classes 43 to 53 (pot size not to exceed 12.5cm (5”)) 55 1 Flowering pot plant exclusive of classes 43 to 53 (pot size not to exceed 25cm (10”))
Summer Show - Section E - Floral Arrangements (No Late Entries Allowed) See class for space allowed Please refer to the explanation of terms in the Rules & Guidelines button under 'Programmes/Flower Shows'
Novice Class Class Title 57 “A Blaze of Colour” – An arrangement of brightly coloured flowers. Open staging w23” x d20” x h optional” 58 ‘Summer Time’- An exhibit of natural plant material in your favourite container. Open staging w24” x d24” x h24” 59 ‘Country Ramble’ An arrangement of natural plant material from the hedgerow.w18”x d20” x h24”. 60 ‘Harvest Festival’.An exhibit of flowers, fruit, vegetables and foliage. Open staging w24” x d24” x h30” 61 ‘Floral Toast’ An arrangement of flowers and foliage in a wine glass. Summer Show - Section F - Young Exhibitors Class Title Aged 7 and under 62 A fairy garden. 63 A thumb print tree picture Aged 8 to 11 inclusive 64 A birthday card. 65 A Dreamcatcher. 66 5 Flapjacks 67 A decorated stone
Summer Show - Section G - Domestic Class Title 68 Marmalade Cake 225g plain Flour. 110g dark brown soft sugar 3 level teaspoons of baking powder110g softened butter 1 level teaspoon mixed spice110g mixed dried fruit 150ml milk1 teaspoon malt vinegar Zest of small orange and small lemon 1 heaped tablespoon of chunky orange marmalade Line a 2lb loaf tin, pre heat oven to 180°, rub the butter into the flour then add baking powder and sugar. Stir in zests, mixed spice and dried fruit. Add the milk a little at a time, followed by the vinegar. Stir until the ingredients are evenly distributed then add the marmalade. The mixture should be of a dropping consistency. Place mixture in tin. Sprinkle with demerara sugar. Bake in centre of oven for appx 1¼ hrs.
69 5 Chocolate brownies 70 5 Almond biscuits 71 A Trifle for one 72 A jar of strawberry Jam 73 5 Cup Cakes