SUMMER SHOW 18.8.2018

The following is the Schedule for the
SUMMER SHOW
on Saturday 18th August 2018

(Make a note in your diaries now)

1.    A Flower Arrangement (Not exceeding 20" / 51cm overall)
2.    An arrangement in Cup and Saucer (6" / 15cm)
3.    'Down the Garden Path' - in a jam jar.(not a Kilner Jar)
4.    Society Plant  -  A Zonal Pelargonium, 'Light Salmon'
5.    Cactus  -  mixed / single variety in a poy of any size
6.    Succulent  -  mixed / single variety in a pot of any size
7.    Fushcia Single or Double variety, any pot size. ONE  PLANT PER POT.
8.    Pelargonium / Geranium any size pot. ONE PLANT PER POT.
9.    Streptocarpus.  Any pot size
10.  Flowering Plant (except those with special classes). Pot size 5" / 13cm.
11.  Flowering Plant (except those with special classes). Pot size over 5" 13cm. 
12.  Foliage plant, any size pot
13.  Ferns, any size pot
14.  One Rose, any HT variety
15.  One stem Floribunda Rose, any variety
16.  Three stems of Dahlia, any size, any variety
17.  Sweet Peas, 6 spikes, single or mixed variety
18.  Gladiolus, three spikes in a vase, single or mixed variety 
19.  Container of mixed cut flowers (in water only) from Members own gardens.
20.  Hanging Basket, single or mixed variety(ies), 14" / 35cm basket maximum
21.  Patio Pot or Trough, any size single or mixed plant variety
22.  Four Cherry Tomatoes
23.  Four Tomatoes, standard, single variety
24.  Four Potatoes, single variety, washed
25.  Broad Beans, Six pods
26.  Dwarf French Beans Six pods
27.  Runner Beans, Six pods
28.  Three Beetroot - clean, with foliage left on
29.  Three Onions
30.  One Cucumber
31.  One Courgette
32.  Four Shallots
33.  Any vegetable not listed
34.  Three sticks of Rhubarb
35.  Plate of soft fruit. 10 Berries, WITH stalks
36.  Plate of four Apples or four Pears
37.  Any other Fruit not listed
38.  Four Jam Tart
39.  Fruit Pie
40.  Victoria Sponge  7" - 8" / 17 - 20cm spread with Raspberry Jam
41.  Four fruit scones on a Doyley
42.  Shortbread - four pieces only
43.  Jar of Jam, in a clear jar with cellophane cover and screw top -
                                                                     named and dated.
44.  Jar of Chutney, in a clear jar, with cellophane cover and screw top -
                                                                     named and dated.
45.  Jar of Lemon Cheese, in a clear jar with a cellophane cover and screw top - 
                                                                     named and dated.
46.  A knitted item
47.  Any other article of Craft Work 
48.  Photography, a Garden flower, single bloom, not exceeding 7" X 5" / 18 X 13cm
49.  Photography, a Garden Scene, not exceeding 7" X 5" / 18 X 13cm
Entries cost 25p per item.
RULES
1.    Only Members of the Society may exhibit in the Show.
2.    All entries 25p.
3.    All exhibits must be Members own grown (named if 
                possible, except Classes 1 - 3) 
4.    Pot plants obtained from another grower must be in 
        Member's  possession for 3 months.
5.    Members may enter any number of exhibits in each   Class -    
              except photographs where maximum is 3. 
6.    All plants to be exhibited in the pot in which they
               have been grown.
7.    Pot saucers are optional.
8.    Entries must be in accordance with the Schedule.
9.    No exhibits can be removed before 4pm.
10.  No entry can be made that has previously won a 1st 
                    prize.

STAGING

Although the precise variety has yet to be decided, the Society provided plant for Class 4 of the Summer Show, it will be a Geranium


TROPHIES etc.Challenge Salver & Gordon Clayton Memorial Prize
PLUS £15 voucher to be awarded for the Best in Show, horticultural classes 4 - 38

The Rogerson Cup
To be awarded for the best exhibit in Class 1

The Thornley Cup
To be awarded for the best exhibit in classes 2 and 3

The Swinbank Cup
To be awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 4 - 19

The Bill Brodie Tankard
To be awarded for the best exhibit in classes 20 and 21

The Whittaker Cup
To be awarded for the best exhibit in classes 22 - 37

The Betts Rose Bowl
To be awarded for the best exhibit in classes 38 - 45

The Craft Cup
To be awarded for the best exhibit in classes 46 and 47

The Photography Cup
To be awarded for the best exhibit in classes 48 and 49
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Please support the Show in any way you are able. The more successful the Show, the more satisfaction can be derived from your membership of the Society.
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The more successful the Society becomes, will make it a more attractive proposition to join it.
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It's a self-perpetuating process that ought to make your membership more enjoyable and satisfying, and make it feasible for us to become much more ambitious with our Programme of Events.