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Autumn Show



Saturday 2nd September 2017

2.00 - 4.30pm

The Borde Hill Challenge Cup & National Vegetable Society MedalFor the best collection of Vegetables in Class 1Winner Jim Turnbull
The John Box CupFor the best dish of VegetablesWinner Jim Turnbull
The Fancourt-Bell Challenge CupFor the exhibitor gaining most points in the showWinner Sylvia Harris
The Gus Bellchambers Copper TrayFor the winner of Class 22Winner (no winner)
The Manton Challenge CupFor the exhibitor gaining most points in the Chrysanthemum Classes - £10 prize Sponsored by Dave VivashWinner Roy Hayward
The National Chrysanthemum Society Silver Medal and CertificateFor the best vase of ChrysanthemumsWinner Roy Hayward
The Navy CupFor the exhibitor gaining most points in the Dahlia Classes - £10 prize Sponsored by Dave VivashWinner Michael Figg
The National Dahlia Society Silver Medal & CertificateFor the best exhibit in the Dahlia ClassesWinner Michael Figg
The Harry Tester Memorial TrophyTo the exhibitor gaining the most pointsin Classes 31-34Winner Sylvia Harris
The Tom Elder TrophyFor the best Fuchsia exhibit in the showWinner Shirley Anderson
The Paddy Henry TrophyFor the winner of Class 62 - £10 prize Sponsored by Dave VivashWinner Michael Figg
The Clare Marshall TrophyFor Begonias to the winner of Class 36Winner Michael Figg
The James Clarke Challenge CupTo the winner of Class 41Winner (no winner)
A Challenge TrophyFor the exhibitor gaining most points for Vegetables during 2017Winner Jim Turnbull
A Challenge CupFor the exhibitor gaining most points in the Handicraft Classes during 2017Winner Bunty Sidwell
A Certificate of MeritFor the best exhibit in Floral ArtWinner Shirley Anderson
The Jubilee TrophyFor the exhibitor gaining most points in the Floral Art Classes during 2017Winner Joan Spershott
A Certificate of MeritFor the best exhibit in PhotographyWinner Nigel Branscombe
The Handsworth Memorial TrophyFor the exhibitor gaining most points in the Photography Classes during 2017Winner Michelle Branscombe



Class

Vegetables

  1. 4 kinds of Vegetables (quantity and points awarded in accordance with the table given under Show Rules)
  2. 4 White Potatoes
  3. 4 Coloured Potatoes
  4. 3 Onions
  5. 3 Onions grown from sets
  6. 3 Carrots
  7. 2 Cucumbers
  8. 3 Beetroot
  9. 9 Pods of Runner Beans
  10. 2 Ridge Cucumbers
  11. 2 Table Marrows
  12. 2 Cabbages, 7.5cm stump to be left on
  13. 2 Lettuce with roots wrapped
  14. 9 Shallots, show standard
  15. 9 Shallots pickling, maximum diameter 30mm
  16. 6 Cherry Tomatoes with calyx, not to exceed 35mm
  17. 6 Tomatoes with calyx, medium approx 65mm
  18. A dish of 3 Beefsteak Tomatoes
  19. Longest Runner Bean
  20. 2 cobs Sweet Corn
  21. A dish of any other Vegetable - one kind
  22. A mini-collection of Vegetables, comprising one each of 4 Vegetables (see list in Show Rules)

    Fruit

  23. 3 cooking Apples
  24. 3 eating Apples
  25. 3 Pears
  26. A dish of 12 Raspberries with stalks
    26a. A dish of 12 Blackberries with stalks
  27. A dish of 9 Stoned Fruit - one kind
  28. Any other fruit

    Flowers

  29. One vase of Gladioli - 3 spikes
  30. One specium spike of Gladioli
  31. One flowering Pot Plant for which there is no separate class - pot not to exceed 3 litres
  32. One foliage Pot Plant for which there is no separate class - pot not to exceed 3 litres
  33. One Fuchsia plant single cultivar or species - pot not to exceed 3 litres
  34. One Fuchsia plant double cultivar or species - pot not to exceed 3 litres
  35. Selection of Named Leaves 24ins/60cm
  36. One tuberous-rooted Double Begonia in flower - pot not to exceed 3 litres
  37. One vase of one kind of Perennial Flowers not mentioned in the Autumn Schedule - not more than 5 stems
  38. One vase of Hybrid Tea Roses - 4 blooms
  39. One vase of Cluster Roses - 3 stems (formerly known as Floribunda)
  40. One specimen Rose
  41. One vase of annual Asters - 6 stems
  42. One vase of one kind of Annual Flower excluding Asters, grown from seed during the last 12 months - 6 stems
  43. 3 cut Begonia blooms, displayed on a board - dimension 20cm x 60cm
  44. A vase of mixed grasses
  45. Family Choice - a baket of trug with a combination of seasonal Vegetables and/or Fruit or Flowers
  46. One vase of mixed flowers cut from the open border
  47. A vase of Shrub in bloom - 3 stems, one or more varieties
  48. A vase of mixed foliage

    Chrysanthemums

  49. 2 vases, 3 blooms per vase, disbudded, one variety per vase
  50. 2 vases, 3 blooms, disbudded, any variety
  51. One vase, 5 blooms, disbudded, any variety
  52. one vase 3 blooms, incurved
  53. one vase 3 blooms, intermediate, large
  54. one vase 3 blooms, intermediate, medium
  55. one vase 3 blooms, reflexed, large
  56. one vase 3 blooms, reflexed, medium
  57. 2 vases, 3 blooms per vase, all different varieties
  58. 3 vases Spray Chrysanthemums, 3 varieties, 5 stems each vase
  59. One vase Spray Chrysanthemums, any variety/ies, 3 stems
  60. One vase Spray Chrysanthemums, one variety, 5 stems
  61. One vase Spray Chrysanthemums, 3 or more varieties, 5 stems

    Dahlias

    Sizes: (see below) (Giant: over 254mm) - (Large: 203-254mm) - (Medium: 152-203mm) - (Small: 102-152mm) - (Miniature: under 102mm)
  62. 3 vases, 1. 3 blooms of medium, decorative, cactus or semi-cactus 2. 3 blooms,small, decorative, cactus or semi-cactus 3. 3 blooms miniature or pompoms
  63. 2 vases, 3 blooms per vase, exhibitors choice, excluding giants or pompoms
  64. One vase, one bloom, (giant or large) decorative, cactus or semi-cactus
  65. One vase 3 blooms, medium decorative
  66. One vase 3 blooms, medium cactus or semi-cactus
  67. One vase 3 blooms, small decorative
  68. One vase 3 blooms, small cactus or semi-cactus
  69. One vase 3 blooms, small or miniature ball
  70. One vase 3 blooms, miniature decorative, cactus or semi-cactus
  71. One vase 5 blooms pompoms
  72. One vase 3 blooms water-lily
  73. One vase 5 blooms, any other variety not listed above

    Floral Art

    An exhibit is plant material, with or without accessories
  74. "World of Flowers" width 75cm
  75. "Shades of Copper" width 40cm
  76. "Tea Cup" width 10cm

    Handicrafts

  77. Handmade Card Golden Celebrations
  78. A piece of Handmade Jewellry
  79. Quilted Item (large items quilts etc folded)
  80. Crocheted Item not more than 18ins(45cm)(folded or flat)
  81. Design or Drawing Freehand 12"x12"(30x30cm)
  82. Decorated Box 6"x6"(15cmx15cm)
  83. A plate of 6 Jam Tarts
  84. A Jar of Soft-fruit Jam approx. 1lb(454g) with waxed disc

    Photography

    Prints to be no larger than 6” x 4”, if mounted on a card the overall size should not exceed 7” x 5”
  85. By the River Bank
  86. Man's Best Friend
  87. Garden Visitor
  88. Victorian Splendour
  89. Sunset
    Advance Notice of Photography Classes for Spring Show 2018
  1. Spring Flowers
  2. Jumpers
  3. Jack Frost
  4. Doors
  5. Odd Vegetables