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The 115th Summer Show

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Sat. 19th July
- 2.00 pm


Entry forms: to Valerie Moody, at 10 Pitchgate, Coneyhurst Lane, Ewhurst,
not later than Thursday 17th July.

Entry fee:   10p per class
              (children’s classes free)

Staging:   8.00 am   to   10.00 am.

Presentations, Auction and Draw: 4.30 pm.
Vases provided must be used unless otherwise stated.
Please name varieties if possible.

Prizes: 1st - £1;    2nd - 75p;    3rd - 50p
Except SECTION I.1.1   1st - £5;   2nd - £4;   3rd - £3

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Attention is drawn to the "Hints & Tips" and "Rules" sections.

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  1. A collection (30" x 30" max) of four kinds of vegatable. Number as per classes 3-20 below, where not stated numbers not less than half as per RHS handbook (see page 7). Prizes: 1st £5, 2nd £4, 3rd £3
  2. A collection of four kinds of vegetables, one of each kind. (Each item to be marked out of 10 points)
  3. Potatoes, four
  4. Carrots. three
  5. Beetroots, three, round
  6. Lettuce, two heads
  7. Peas, (mange tout), nine pods
  8. Peas, nine pods
  9. French Beans, six
  10. Broad Beans, six
  11. Onions, six, green salad (Spring)
  12. Onions, three 8 oz or under
  13. Onions, three over 8 oz
  14. Shallots, twelve
  15. Marrows, one pair, not more than 12" long
  16. Courgettes, three, not more than 6" long (excluding stalk)
  17. Cucumber, one
  18. Tomatoes, three with calyx
  19. Miniature tomatoes, six with Calyx
  20. Any vegatable not mentioned in classes 3-20 (number optional)
  21. Rhubarb, three sticks, no leaves
  22. Three stems each of four culinary herbs in water
  23. Redcurrants, twelve strigs
  24. Rasberries, a dish of twelve strigs
  25. Gooseberries, a dish of twelve
  26. Any other fruit not mentioned in classes 23-25
  27. 2. FLOWERS

  28. Lilium, one specimen stem
  29. Delphinium, one specimen spike
  30. A large flowered rose
  31. Rose, 3 stems, one cultivar, bud, perfect, open (one vase)
  32. Three large flowering roses, one or more varieties
  33. Five large flowering roses, one or more varieties
  34. One stem, cluster flowered rose
  35. Three stems, cluster flowered roses, one or more varieties
  36. Miniature roses, three stems, one or more varieties
  37. Sweet peas, one vase, three stems, one or more varieties
  38. Sweet peas, one vase of seven stems, with or without foliage, one or more varieties
  39. Miscellaneous Flowers

  40. One specimen stem (not mentioned in classes 27-37)
  41. Six pansies or violas, one or more varieties
  42. Six stems of marigolds
  43. Pinks, five stems
  44. A vase of three sprays of one kind of flowering shrub
  45. A vase of mixed flowers native to more than one continent of the world! PRESIDENTS PRIZE Prizes: 1st £3, 2nd£2, 3rd £1
  46. A vase of one kind of flower not mentioned in classes 27-42
  47. A vase of hardy perennials, max. 9 stems, one or more kinds
  48. Six fuchsia flowers one or more varieties, own container
  49. Three stems of pelargonium (geranium) with foliage
  50. A Floral Display of mixed flowers and garden material from the exhibitor's own garden, to be judged for quality and effect, vase provided, (Medland Trophy)
  51. A vase of flowering shrub, 3 kinds, one stem or branch of each
  52. Pot Plants (internal diameter not to exceed 8")

  53. A pelargonium, in flower
  54. A pot fuchsia (single flowered)
  55. A pot fuchsia (semi double or double flowered)
  56. Any other flowering pot plant
  57. A foliage pot plant
  58. A cactus or succulent

  60. A table arrangement for a dinner party, using material from exhibitor's garden, viewed from all sides, 12" high max., 18" wide, open staging (New Blair Bowl)
  61. "Olympic Spirit", an exhibit of natural plant material, accessories allowed, 24" wide, height unlimited, open staging, (FOR MEN ONLY)
  62. "Summer Holiday" (Country to be stated) An exhibit of natural plant material, accessories allowed, to be staged in a niche 24" wide, 36" high.
  63. "Mardi Gras" An exhibit of natural plane material, accessories allowed, 24" wide, height unlimited, open staging.
  64. "Garders World", a Petite arrangement not to exceed 8" overall, open staging

  66. "A skyscape"
  67. "A village Scene"
  68. "Three photos, each of different country"
  69. "An exotic plant or plants"
  70. Taken by the exhibitor, the exhibit not previously to have won a prize at one of the Society's shows. Unmounted, max size 7" x 5" colour.


  71. A drawing or painting
  72. An item of handicraft
  73. An item of needlework
  74. Made by the exhibitor, the exhibit not previously exhibited at one of the S ociety's shows.


  75. A white loaf (1-3lbs), made in a bread machine. (at least 24 hours old)
  76. Six bread rolls (brown)
  77. Six plain scones
  78. Swiss Roll (sweet)
  79. 'My favourite cake' (please provide recipe too!)
  80. An individual fruit salad
  81. Six pieces of shortbread
  82. A Flapjack - four pieces
  83. A pot of lemon curd
  84. A pot of fruit jam (1 lb, 454g) (Note on Hints & Tips)
  85. A bottle of cordial (undiluted)
    (please state age)

  87. (Pre-school) Colour in line drawing in Handbook
  88. (6 yrs and under) An animal made from fruit and/or vegetables
  89. (13 yrs and under) A collage made from dried herbs and spices

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If you are not already a member of Ewhurst Horticultural Society, why not join us? Membership, only £2 a year, covers entry to shows, meetings throughout the winter months and the opportunity to join us on various trips & outings Contact:- Mrs. Hilary Pannell (Membership Secretary), 10 Newbridge Cottages, Elmbridge Rd, Cranleigh. GU6 8LX

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