Village Show Schedule

SECTION A: VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS

  1. 3 Annuals, stemmed in a vase
  2. 3 Perennials, stemmed in a vase
  3. 3 Pansy heads
  4. 1 Rose
  5. A perfect but lonely flower in a vase
  6. 3 Gladioli
  7. 3 Dahlias, any type
  8. 6 Sweet peas
  9. Pot Plant (Max. pot 8”)
  10. Collection of 6 different types of veg on a tray, only one of each
  11. 3 White potatoes
  12. 3 coloured potatoes
  13. 3 beets, globe or round
  14. 3 carrots any variety
  15. 3 parsnips
  16. 1 cucumber
  17. 2 courgette
  18. 1 squash
  19. 6 Runner beans
  20. 6 Dwarf beans
  21. 6 Peas
  22. 3 onions from set, dressed
  23. 5 shallots
  24. 3 garlic bulbs
  25. 3 peppers, sweet or chilli
  26. 2 sweetcorn
  27. 3 leeks
  28. Vegetable Marrow
  29. Vegetable Marrow (weight)
  30. 1 Lettuce with root
  31. 4 Tomatoes
  32. 6 Plums
  33. 4 Cooking apples
  34. 4 Dessert apples
  35. 6 soft fruit, e.g. raspberries, blackberries, etc.
  36. Spray of culinary herbs in container (min. of 3, max. of 6 varieties)
  37. Any other vegetable
  38. Any other fruit

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SECTION B: PRESERVES AND COOKING

  1. 3 Eggs
    (1 cracked into a saucer)
  2. Marmalade
  3. Jam or Jelly
  4. Lemon Curd
  5. Chutney
  6. Scones plain, fruit or cheese
  7. Fruit Cake (any recipe)
  8. 3 Bread Rolls
  9. Loaf of Bread – specify variety
  10. Savoury Flan
  11. 3 Flapjacks
  12. 3 Biscuits and recipe
  13. A Victoria Sandwich cake
  14. Chocolate cake
  15. Shortbread
  16. 3 Buns/Cup Cakes/Muffins
  17. 3 Brownies
  18. A novelty/celebration decorated cake
  19. Any cake of your choice, e.g. carrot, banana, lemon drizzle

Please do not submit more than 2 entries in any one class in Section B for judging although any excess will be gratefully received for the auction & teas

SECTION C: WINE

  1. Home made beer
  2. Home made wine
  3. Country Spirit e.g. Sloe Gin,  Damson Vodka

SECTION D: HANDICRAFTS AND ART

  1. Artwork, painting or drawing
  2. An item of needlework
  3. Any handicraft item

SECTION E: FLOWER ARRANGEMENT

  1. Best buttonhole
  2. A jug of garden flowers
  3. An arrangement using an unusual container, e.g. shoe, wine glass
  4. An arrangement of dried flowers and/or seed heads

CHILDRENS CLASSES

SECTION F: CRAFTS – 10 and under
(please state age on entry)

  1. Favourite fictional character (model, painting or collage)
  2. An animal made from fruit and/or vegetables and/or pasta
  3. A drawing or painting created at home or school
  4. Any kind of handiwork created at home or school
  5. A poster for ‘Save the Bees’
  6. A Lego (or similar) model

SECTION G: CRAFTS – 11 and over

  1. Favourite fictional character (model, painting or collage)
  2. A drawing or painting on a subject of your choice
  3. Any collage or sculpture made from recycled things
  4. Any kind of handiwork created at home or school 
  5. Create a poster for your favourite band or singer

SECTION H: COOKERY – 10 and under
(please state age on entry)

  1. Pizza
  2. Decorated biscuits
  3. 3 decorated cupcakes

SECTION I: COOKERY – 11 and over

  1. 3 decorated cup cake
  2. A cake of your choice
  3. A savoury flan or pizza
  4. 3 biscuits (sweet or savoury)

SECTION J: WELL DRESSING SPECIAL PRIZE CLASS

  1. Create the design for the 2023 Junior Well Dressing.

    The board is approximately A4 or A3 in proportion, tapering to the top.

Choose your colours carefully thinking about areas of dry material for use early in the week and which petals will be available June. Try not to include lots of small details; a simple bold design works best. Also please note that the winner will be expected to deliver the enlarged design.

SECTION K: PHOTOGRAPHY

ADULTS:

  1. Landscape/Seascape
  2. Funniest – including caption
  3. Buildings/Monuments
  4. Flora and fauna
  5. Gardens
  6. Black & White 
  7. Weather
  8. Special occasions
  9. Over Haddon Village Life
  10. A sporting event
  11. Trees
  12. Portrait, human or animal

CHILDREN:

  1. My holiday
  2. A family photo
  3. Funniest
  4. Pets
  5. A selfie
  6. My hobby/pastime

EXTRA SECTION 

  1. A limerick starting with the line “Our Wombles are out and about”