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Auckley Show Saturday 18th August 2018

 

 

 

Schedule

 

 

 

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VEGETABLES AND FRUIT

1

Heaviest Onion - The Harold Brewster Memorial Trophy

2

3 Potatoes - The Alf Cockett Memorial Trophy

 

 

3

3 Carrots (tops cut 6”)

4

2 Parsnips (tops cut 6”)

5

6 Dwarf Beans

6

3 Onions as grown

7

6 Runner Beans

8

3 Beetroot with tops

9

3 Onions brown(dressed to weigh under 8oz each)

10

1 Longest Runner Bean

11

Marrow Quality

12

2 Courgettes

13

3 Onions red (dressed)

14

1 Squash

15

Largest Marrow

16

1 Cabbage

17

3 Onions white(dressed)

18

Heaviest Tomato

19

2 Leeks

20

1 Head of Lettuce

21

1 Cucumber

22

4 Tomatoes (Ordinary)

23

6 cherry tomatoes

24

6 Spring Onions

25

6 Radish

26

2 Pepper any colour

27

Any other Vegetable

28

4 Rhubarb sticks

29

Any Fruit

30

2 Garlic bulbs

31

Collection of Fruit and Vegetables up to 6 varieties – quality

32

Tray of vegetables(Max 6 min 4 varieties)

 

A Trophy will be awarded for the Best in Show Vegetable

 

 

 

EGGSEEDINGLY GOOD CLASS

33

One egg contents (egg will be cracked on saucer by judge)

34

One single large egg

35

3 large eggs any colour

36

3 Bantam eggs any colour

37

Heaviest Egg (chicken)

 

 

 

FLOWERS

38

Vase of mixed flowers - Own Vases please

 

- The Ray Henshaw Memorial Trophy

39

3 Dahlia (any type)

40

3 Gladioli (any type)

41

6 Sweet Peas

42

3 Roses (any type)

 

 

 

FLORAL ART

 

Sponsor Walker's Nursery

43

‘Seaside Holiday’

44

‘Woodland Walk’

45

‘Table Arrangement one colour’

46

‘Summer bouquet’

47

‘Family Celebration’

48

‘A Flower arrangement in an unusual container'

 

- The Barbara Siddons Memorial Trophy

49

Gents or Lady’s Spray

50

1 Silk or dried flower arrangement

 

 

 

POT PLANTS

51

1 Leaf Plant

52

1 Flowering Plant

53

1 Cactus or Cactus Garden

54

1 Bonsai

55

Fuchsia

 

 

 

WINES

56

1 Bottle of Homemade Beer

57

1 Bottle of Homemade Lager

58

1 Bottle of Homemade Cider

59

1 Bottle of Homemade White Wine

60

1 Bottle of Homemade Red Wine

61

Bottle of Homemade Rose Wine

62

1 Bottle of Homemade Liquer

 

The Daniel J. Byrne memorial Trophy awarded for the Best Homebrew

 

 

 

ARTS AND CRAFTS

63

1 Item of Cross Stitch

64

1 item of Needlework (handmade)

 

- The Madge Wright Memorial Trophy

65

1 item of Knitting (handmade)

66

1 Item of Embroidery

67

1 Item of Crochet

68

1 Tapestry

69

Painting (oil, watercolour or acrylic)

70

Decoupage

71

Any item - Metalwork or Woodwork

 

- The Reynold Perry Memorial Trophy

 

 

 

PHOTO COMPETITION

72

A Photograph of Auckley Show

73

'Our Village'

74

'Wild animal or bird'

75

'Black and White'

 

 

 

BAKING AND PRESERVES

 

Sponsor Artesian Spas UK Ltd

76

4 Fruit Scones

77

4 Yorkshire Puddings

78

4 Butterfly Buns

79

Homemade Cake of your choice

80

Loaf of bread

81

4 x Sausage rolls

82

Victoria Sponge Cake

83

4 pieces from a tray bake

84

Lemon drizzle cake

85

4 x Muffins

86

Pizza

87

2 xNovelty Cup Cakes, judged on decoration

88

4 Jam Tarts

89

Gingerbread

90

Shortbread

91

Any baking not listed

92

1 Jar of Jam (homemade)

93

1 Jar of Pickles

94

1 jar of Beetroot

95

1 Jar of Chutney

 

A Trophy will be awarded for the best in Show Baking and Preserves

 

 

 

 

 

The Dave Elliott Memorial Trophy will be awarded for ‘Simply the Best’

 

Trophies will also be awarded for the following

 

 

 

The Hilda Parker Memorial Trophy Best Allotment

 

 

 

The Clive Hepworth Shield Best Newcomer Allotment

 

 

 

Tug of War

 

 

 

Best in Show Child’s Exhibit

 

 

Auckley Show Saturday 18th August 2018

 

Children’s Schedule

 

 

 

Sponsor Auckley Friery

 

 

 

Pre-School

 

 

96

A pattern using hands and feet A4 no mount

97

Paint or draw ‘A flower’ A4 no mount

 

 

 

11 years and under

 

 

98

Pizza Face

99

3 decorated buns

100

Paint or draw Flower or Vegetable A4 no mount

101

From your favourite book,

 

a handwritten Paragraph, suitably illustrated.

102

Flower Arrangement in jam jar

 

 

 

16 years and under

 

 

103

Animal made from vegetable / fruit

104

Model Garden in a seed tray

105

A decorated cake

106

4 x chocolate chip cookies

107

A photograph of ‘My Pet’

108

A photograph of ‘My favourite toy’

109

Sculpture made from vegetables

110

A Model made from any material 60cm x 60cm maximum

111

A Hand Made Party/Invitation/ Greeting Card

112

Design a poster using a computer – promoting ‘Auckley Show’

113

An original Poem you have written

114

A Sunflower head

115

Origami

116

A decorated stone

117

A decorated bookmark

118

A Party Hat

119

Needlework/cross-stitch

 

 

 

AUCKLEY SHOW RULES

 

 

 

Please note one person can enter more than one exhibit in each class. Example, if you have three sets of 4 x Yorkshire puddings you could in that class, enter all three sets and try and win a 1st 2nd and 3rd place

 

 

 

1. All exhibits to be staged between 8.30am and 10.45 am on the day.

 

 

 

2. Exhibits must be grown by and be the property of the exhibitor. The exception to this are classes 38 and 43 to 50 inclusive and class 102.

 

 

 

3. If, in the opinion of the judges, none of the exhibits in a particular class merit a prize, the committee reserves the right to withhold any prize in that class.

 

 

 

4. The decision of the judges is final and binding. Any protest regarding interpretation of these rules, or any other matter, must be made to the show secretary on the day of the show.

 

 

 

5. No exhibits to be removed before 3.45pm. Exhibits not claimed by 4.00pm will be presumed donated and will be sold. An auction will take place at 4.00pm. The proceeds will be used to cover the cost of the show.

 

 

 

6. The committee will not be liable for damage or loss to persons or property.

 

 

 

7. Exhibits must not have been shown in the previous year.

 

 

 

8. In other respects, the show will be conducted in accordance with the rules and standards of the Royal Horticultural Society, as laid down in their handbook.

 

 

 

 

 

PRIZES IN ALL CLASSES

 

 

 

Adult: 1st Rosette 2nd Rosette 3rd Rosette

 

 

 

Children: 1st 2.50 & Rosette 2nd 1.50 & Rosette 3rd 1.00 & Rosette

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Few Tips for Exhibitors

 

 

 

1. Please make sure you read the schedule and count your exhibits, an extra potato or carrot will not be judged and marked N.T.S. (not to schedule)

 

 

 

2. Vegetables should generally be as large as possible, exceptions being potatoes and beetroot where judges like to see good clean medium sized exhibits, look for the requisite number of even sized exhibits – 4 good medium tomatoes will usually beat 3 big ones plus a little one.

 

 

 

3. Judges tend to favour cucumber or courgettes with the flower or its remains intact.

 

 

 

4. For the adult class, paintings etc should be nicely framed and clean. Not so important in the children’s class.

 

 

 

5. Baking should be well cooked but not overdone, again make sure you enter the correct quantity.

 

 

 

6. Jam, pickles etc should be in clean clear glass containers.

 

 

 

7. Arts and crafts exhibits should be clean and free of creases.

 

 

 

8. To enable judging to be done fairly, please do not put your name on the front of the exhibits.

 

 

 

9. Flowers should be as fresh as possible; dropped petals may lose you points.

 

 

 

10. Wines – although any bottle will be accepted, to really impress the judge use 26 fluid oz clear punted bottles fitted with a flanged cork stopper. Screw tops will be accepted.

 

 

 

11 Beer Lager, any bottle will be accepted but to impress the judge, the use of 1 pint plain brown bottles, sealed with a crown top is ideal.

 

 

 

12. Please do not be afraid to have a go, challenge your neighbour to have a go, a little friendly competition can be good fun. If you are beaten, resolve to win next year.

 

 

 

Please Note every effort will be made to look after your exhibits, but accidents do happen. So please do not enter any item of extreme monetary or sentimental value that could be possibly damaged

 

 

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