Village Show – Outline Schedule 2012

Flower Section

  1. 4 Roses (individual stems)
  2. 3 Roses – a bud, one half open & one fully open
  3. 4 Garden pinks- any variety
  4. 4 Pansies or violas
  5. 4 Pot marigolds (Calendula)
  6. 4 French or African marigolds
  7. 4 Dahlias
  8. 4 Phlox
  9. 9 Spikes sweet peas
  10. A container (max. ht. 8″) of sweet peas
  11. A vase of hardy annuals
  12. A vase of hardy perennials
  13. A flowering house plant
  14. A house plant grown for its foliage
  15. A cactus or succulent plant

Artistic Flower Section

Measurements refer to both width and depth, including base

  1. A bowl of roses
  2. A bowl of nasturtiums
  3. An arrangement of garden flowers with foliage (max. 24″)
  4. An arrangement in a recycled container (max. 24″)
  5. ‘ Nautical’ (max. 24″)
  6. ‘Lift the Lid’ (max.18″)
  7. Novice class: ‘Purple Haze’ (max. 18″) (For those not previously having won first place)

Vegetable and Fruit Section

  1. 4 White potatoes (any variety)
  2. 4 Coloured potatoes (any variety)
  3. 2 white & 2 coloured potatoes (any variety)
  4. 3 Carrots
  5. 3 Beetroot
  6. 3 Onions
  7. 7 Shallots
  8. 6 Pods of peas (podding)
  9. 6 Pods mange toute / snap peas
  10. 6 Pods of broad beans
  11. 6 Pods of French beans
  12. 6 Pods of runner beans
  13. 2 Courgettes (any variety)
  14. 1 Cauliflower
  15. 1 Cabbage
  16. 1 Lettuce (any variety)
  17. A selection of salad leaves
  18. 1 Cucumber
  19. 4 Ripe tomatoes (>1″ diameter)
  20. 6 Ripe cherry tomatoes (<1″ diameter)
  21. 1 Flower and 1 vegetable
  22. A tray of 4 distinct vegetables (max 24″)
  23. Up to 6 culinary herbs (not in flower)
  24. A saucer of one variety soft fruit
  25. A collection of up to 4 varieties of soft fruits
  26. Any vegetable or fruit not included elsewhere

Egg Section

  1. 3 Hen eggs
  2. 3 Bantam eggs
  3. 3 Hen eggs
  4. 3 Bantam eggs
  5. 3 Eggs from any other poultry (eg emu)

Exhibits in classes 51-53 will be eligible for the Brooke Cup; one egg will be broken in order to judge the conten

Handicraft section

  1. A still life painting in any medium
  2. A painting in any other style
  3. A drawing : ‘Flora and Fauna’
  4. A drawing of any other subject
  5. 4 Non-digital photographs on a specified theme (without computer manipulation)
  6. 4 Digital photographs on a specified theme
  7. A single photograph: ‘ Garden Pest’ (Malcolm Bowker Trophy)
  8. A piece of hand-made jewellery
  9. A hand-made bag
  10. A soft toy
  11. A cross-stitch item
  12. A knitted item/garment
  13. Any other needlework
  14. A 3-dimensional item eg carving, sculpture, woodwork

Items in classes 54 to be titled and mounted on a single mount not exceedingA3 size (30 x 42 cm; 11.7 x 16.5 in)

Cookery Section

  1. A hand-made granary loaf
  2. A machine-made loaf of any shape or variety
  3. 4 ginger biscuits
  4. 4 savoury scones
  5. 3 muffins
  6. 4 brownies
  7. A treacle tart
  8. 4 pieces of parkin
  9. Recipe Item – Date and Walnut loaf (recipe in schedule)
  10. A vegetarian savoury dish (named)
  11. A cheesecake
  12. A fruit pie (crust top &bottom)
  13. A jar of jam
  14. A jar of fruit jelly
  15. A jar of marmalade
  16. A jar of lemon curd
  17. A bottle of homemade cordial or non-alcoholic drink
  18. A bottle of home-made wine or liqueur (labelled)
  19. A jar of pickle
  20. A jar of chutney
  21. Men Only Class : A dessert (named)

Children’s Section

  1. Artwork, children under 5 years
  2. A pattern using hands and/or feet, children under 5
  3. Artwork, 5-6 years
  4. Artwork, 7-8 years
  5. Artwork, 9 years and over
  6. Handwriting, 8-11 years – ‘My Best Day out’
  7. A free-style poster advertising Austwick Show 2013 (i.e. not using a computer, Max A4 )
  8. A painted pebble
  9. A photograph taken by the exhibitor
  10. A play dough or plasticine pizza
  11. A liquorice-allsorts model
  12. A decorated or dressed wooded spoon
  13. A hand-made greetings card
  14. A model made from junk
  15. 4 small sandwiches – any shape of filling (to be judged for presentation)
  16. Something I have grown myself
  17. A miniature allotment or garden (max. 12″ x 18″)

This is a provisional schedule and may differ slightly from the final schedule which will be published in early July.

Sue Dewhirst ( Show Secretary )

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