Group Class - Exhibitors' Choice

Trophy presented by Acol with District Women's Institute

Choose and exhibit 3 items from the following list:
1.  Floral Art
2.  Plate of vegetables, same quantity as schedule.  Not potatoes.
3.  A 454 gramme jar of preserves.  May include jam, honey or marmalade.
4.  A mounted photograph - A garden subject
5.  Baked item, savoury
6.  Baked item, sweet
7.  Item of handicraft, any kind
8.  Potted plant flowering, ornamental or foliage
9.  Plate of 5 apples or pears
10. Vase of flowers,5 stems, one cultivar

Exhibit should be worked by at least 2 persons.  Table space 2 feet/610 mm width.
Each item or plate will receive a maximum of 10 points with a further maximum of 10 points for presentation.
Accessories may be used but are not provided.

Vegetables

WILLOW CHALLENGE SHIELD - MEMBERS
THE COT CHALLENGE SHIELD - NON-MEMBERS
1.  A standard seed tray (provided) of vegetables and/or fruit, number at exhibitor's discretion. 
To be judged for culinary merit and visual appeal.  Exhibit to be confined within the seed tray.

JACK BOWLES CHALLENGE CUP - MEMBERS
ALF BARHAM CHALLENGE CUP - NON-MEMBERS
2.  Five Onions, under 250 grms
3.  Plate of Five Potatoes, white
4.  Plate of Five Potatoes, coloured
5.  Five Onions, 250 grms or over
6.  Two Leeks, not trimmed
7.  Three long Carrots (Tops trimmed to 3"/76 mm)
8.  Two Parsnips (Tops trimmed to 3"/76 mm)
9.  Three round Beetroot (Tops trimmed to 3"/76 mm)
10.Three stump rooted Carrots (Tops trimmed to 3"/76 mm)
11. Six Runner Beans
12. Nine Pickling Shallots, under 30 mm diameter (Dishes provided)
13. Nine Exhibition Shallots (Dishes provided)
14. Five medium Tomatoes
15. Nine cherry type tomatoes (not to exceed 35 mm)
16. One Cabbage or Savoy (with 3"/76 mm stalk)
17. Any other single vegetable not mentioned in schedule
18. Plate of frut, one kind

HERBIE LAWRENCE MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP
19. Heaviest Potato
20. Heaviest Marrow
21. Heaviest Carrot
22. Heaviest Pumpkin

A G E BEDWELL CHALLENGE CUP
23. Heaviest Onion

Home Economics

Open to Members and Non-Members

E FOREMAN CHALLENGE SALVER
24. Jar of Marmalade
25. Jar of Soft Fruit Jam
26. Jar of Hard Fruit Jam
27, Jar of Lemon Curd
The above classes must be in jam jars with jam covers
28. Jar of any other Preserve
29. Jar of Chutney
30. Jar of Pickled Beetroot
31. Jar of Pickled Red Cabbage
The above classes must be in screw top 454 grm/1 lb jars

NORA LING SHIELD
2018 - Vegetables

W SAYER CHALLENGE CUP - MEMBERS
W J GEORGE CHALLENGE CUP - NON-MEMBERS
32. Apple Cake - Use your own recipe  Use a Loaf tin.
33. Four pieces of Bread Pudding
34. 8 to 9" iced Cake - judged for decoration only
35. Sausage Plait
36. Four sweet Mince Pies
37. Four pieces of Flapjack

Handicraft

AHS HANDICRAFT SHIELD
38. Framed picture - any medium, not painting or photograph.  Commercial frame accepted.  Size not exceeding 16" x 12"
39. Handicraft, hard (One item only)
40. Handicraft, soft (One item only)

ACOL ART GROUP TROPHY
To be awarded to the person with the most points over the three shows
To be mounted or framed.  Picture size not greater than 16" x 12"
41. Painting, any subject, any medium

Photographs

YEOMAN CHALLENGE CUP
To be awarded to person with most points over the three shows
Prints not to exceed 7" x 5" and to be mounted on card
42. Three photographs -"Summer Games"
43. One photograph - "Seascape"

Floral Art

Open to Members and Non-Members

THE DEROUET CHALLENGE CUP
44. "100 Years of Armistice Day".  An exhibit 24" space, not more than 36" in height.
45. "Shades of One Colour".  An exhibit 18" space, not more than 24" in height.
46. "Fruit and Foliage".  Not more than 18" wide and 24" high.

VINE CHALLENGE CUP
Best in show for Floral Art

Dahlias

A F LING CHAMPIONSHIP DAHLIA CLASS
47. Any three separate vases from Classes 50 - 58

W WILDE CHALLENGE CUP - MEMBERS
R FORMISON CHALLENGE CUP - NON-MEMBERS
NDS SILVER MEDAL - BEST ENTRY
NDS BRONZE MEDAL - RUNNER-UP
48. One large or giant decorative Dahlia
49. One large or giant cactus or semi-cactus Dahlia
50. Three medium decorative Dahlias
51. Three small decorative Dahlias
52. Three miniature decorative Dahlias
53. Three medium cactus or semi-cactus Dahlias
54. Three small cactus or semi-cactus Dahlias
55. Three miniature cactus or semi-cactus Dahlias
56. Three Dahlias, pom pom, not to exceed 54 mm
57. Three Dahlias, large poms, not to exceed 88 mm
58. Three Dahlias, ball type
59. Three Dahlias any type not mentioned before
60. Three Dahlias, exhibitor's choice
61. Novice - Three blooms - any variety

OLIVE SPINNER CUP - Classes 62 to 66
NCS SILVER AND BRONZE MEDALS
(These classes MUST be outdoor grown)
62. One specimen bloom, Chrysanthemum 
63. Three blooms, Chrysanthemums, intermediate
64. Three blooms, Chrysanthemums, incurved
65. Three blooms, Chrysanthemums, reflex
66. Three stems, Chrysanthemums, spray

AHS FLOWERS TROPHY
67. Six Fuchsia blooms.  Box provided.
68. One Specimen H T Rose
69. One stem of cluster floribunda
70. Three stems,Michaelmas Daisies
71. Vase of mixed flowers (except Dahlias and Chrysanthemums)

E BAWN CHALLENGE CUP - MEMBER
A & D PITTOCK CHALLENGE SHIELD
72. Pot Plant, flowering, excluding fuchsias, 9"/230 mm and under
73. Orchid - not more than 7"/180 mm pot
74. Pot Plant, Fuchsia, not exceedng 6"/153 mm pot
75. Pot Plant, foliage or ornamental, not exceeding 8"/203 mm
76. Collection of cactus or succulents in a bowl.  Not exceeding 14"/360 mm
77. Cactus or succulent in a pot.  Not exceeding 8"/210 mm

Children's Section

MRS E ROSS CHALLENGE CUP - BEST IN SHOW
R BALDOCK CHALLENGE SHIELD - GIRL
C GREEN CHALLENGE CUP - BOY
CHILD 9 YEARS AND UNDER
MRS R M SIDDERS CHALLENGE CUP - GIRL
R J LAWRENCE CHALLENGE SHIELD - BOY
CHILD 10 TO 14 YEARS
78. Magical Tree made with cardboard tubes and art & craft materials
79. Autumn Collage

Prize money paid to child with the most points over the 2 classes - sponsored by Robin White
1st - £6    2nd - £4    3rd - £2


STEPHEN LING CHALLENGE CUP
80. Biggest Sunflower Head - seed supplied by Stephen Ling

Prize money sponsored by Stephen Ling
1st - £6    2nd - £4    3rd - £2







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