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Flower and Vegetable Show - Saturday 24 August 2013

Tutbury Institute, High Street, Tutbury, DE13 9LS

Entry Fee: TBA per exhibit

Staging: -8:00 till 11:00 AM

Judging: 11:00 till -1:00 PM

Show open upon completion of judging

Presentation of cups - 8:45 PM

Auction of produce - 9:00 PM

Bar open from 11:00 AM

Classes:

Vegetable Classes

1.

5 Potatoes - White

2.

5 Potatoes - Coloured

3.

3 Beetroot - Round Dressed

4.

2 Parsnip - Dressed

5.

2 Carrots - Pointed Dressed

6.

2 Carrots Not Pointed - Dressed

7.

9 Shallots Exhibition - over 30mm dia

8.

9 Shallots Pickling - under 30mm dia

9.

3 Onions - Dressed

10.

3 Onions - Shown as grown

11.

5 Tomatoes - other than cherry type

12.

10 Cherry Type Tomatoes

13.

2 Leeks

14.

2 Sweet corn

15.

1 Cabbage

16.

1 Cucumber

17.

Pair of Marrows - max 15 inch long

18.

6 Runner Beans

19.

6 Dwarf Beans

20.

6 Peas

21.

Pair of Courgettes - max 6 inch long with flower

22.

Collection of vegetables in a seed tray - any 4 as per schedule

23.

2 Sweet Peppers - one variety

Novelty Classes

24.

Heaviest Pumpkin

25.

Heaviest Potato

26.

Longest Runner Bean - traditional variety

27.

Heaviest Marrow

28.

Any vegetable - other than schedule

Flower Classes

27.

3 Roses - Hybrid Tea

28.

6 Roses - Hybrid Tea

29.

3 Dhalias - Giant / Large Decorative

30.

3 Dhalias - Medium / Large Decorative

31.

3 Dhalias - Giant Cactus

32.

3 Dhalias - Medium Cactus

33.

3 Dhalias - Small Cactus / Semi Cactus

34.

3 Dhalias - Pom Pom - Max 2 inch dia

35.

1 Container of Dhalias - staged for effect

36.

6 Sweet Peas - single clour

37.

Container of sweet peas - mixed colours

38.

3 Crysanthemums

39.

3 Spray Crysanthemums

40.

1 Gladiolus - Specimen Spike

41.

3 Gladioli - Specimen Spikes

42.

Container of 6 Gladioli

43.

1 Pot Begonia for flower

44.

1 Fuschia - not to exceed 6 inch pot

45.

1 Fuschia - any size pot

46.

1 Pot plant for Flower (Not begonia or Fuschia)

47.

1 Pot plant for Foliage

48.

Six Asters

49.

1 Vase of Garden Flowers - (other than above types)

50.

1 Button Hole - Gents

51.

1 Ladies Corsage

Fruit Classes

52.

5 Apples - Cooking

53.

5 Apples - Dessert

54.

5 Blackberries as grown - with stalks

55.

9 Plums

56.

5 Fruit of any other single type

57.

10 Raspberries with stalks

58.

5 Mixed Fruit - any kind

Other Classes

59.

3 Gingerbread Men

60.

1 Fruit Cake

61.

1 Victoria Sandwich - 7 inch or 8 inch dia

62.

3 Decorated Cup Cakes

63.

6 Fruit Scones

64.

1 Loaf of bread - any shape

65.

1 Bottle of home made wine - dry

66.

1 Bottle of home made wine - medium

67.

1 Bottle of home made wine - sweet

68.

1 Jar - Fruit Preserve / Jam - Seedles

69.

1 Jar - Fruit Preserve / Jam - Any

70.

1 Jar - Pickle

71.

1 Needlework - including patchwork

72.

1 Embroidery - including cross stitch

73.

Tapestry - must be on canvas

74.

1 Crotchet item

75.

1 Knitted item

76.

1 Soft Toy

77.

1 Greeting Card

78.

Any article of handicraft not mentioned

79.

Floral Art Arrangement - Queens Jubilee Theme, max space 24 inch

80.

1 Photograph - Jubilee Celebrations, max 10 inch x 12 inch

81.

1 Photograph - Wild Life / Animal, max 10 inch x 12 inch

82.

1 Photograph - Flowers or vegetable, max 10 inch x 12 inch

Children’s Classes (Free Entry) Children Aged 5 to 11 years

83.

Vegetable Animal

84.

1 Painting

85.

Miniature Garden (in a seed tray)

Rules & Conditions of Entry

1.

All entries to be submitted between 8:00 AM & 11:00 AM and to remain on show until 4:30 PM.

2.

Competitors may win more than one prize in any one class.

3.

The judges decision is final

4.

Horticultural and cookery entries not claimed by 5:00 PM shall be deemed to have been given to the show and will be auctioned at the evening event.

5.

Any Protest must be made in writing and the committee will re-allocate prizes accordingly if the protest is upheld.

6.

The Committee, whilst taking ordinary care, shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to exhibits.

7.

All exhibits shall have been made or grown by the exhibitor.

8.

The winners of the Challenge Cups must undertake to return them to Tutbury Institute Club at least two weeks before the next Annual Show (August 2013).

9.

All trophies must be left at Tutbury Institute for engraving and will be delivered to winners later.

All Exhibitors - please note

A.

Entry forms and exhibits must be submitted from 8:00 AM on the day of the show.

B.

It would be appreciated if exhibitors could donate home produced items for sale during the day.

C

The Auction at 9:00 PM will include exhibits left after the show, and other produce not sold during the day.

Wine Exhibitors - please note

A.

Corks must be plastic topped or of a type capable of being withdrawn by hand.

B.

Clear bottles must be used

C.

Labels should be plain strips, sufficient in size to contain the name of the wine and class only. Other fancy labels are not allowed.

Cake Exhibitors - please note

A.

Victoria Sponge should be no bigger than 8 inch diameter. The filling must only be jam and should be dusted with caster sugar.

B.

Fruit Cake - must be baked in a two pound loaf tin.

C.

Fruit preserves - do not include jellies and marmalade.

Judges

D Lock - Fruit & Vegetable

W Prestridge - Fruit & Vegetable

T Illsley - Flowers

A Tunley - Homecraft / Handicraft

J Hamer - Homecraft / Handicraft

D Barber - Homecraft / Handicraft

M Morris - Wine

D Kennedy - Photography

J Woodberry - Photography

Note:

All information correct at date of publication, but may be subject to change.