AHS SUMMER SHOW – SATURDAY 25TH JULY 2020

 

Entries for Classes 1 to 5 to be submitted to the Show Secretary by Monday 13th July 2020

All other classes must be submitted by Thursday 23rd July 2020

 

Members Only

CHAS WILLETT ROSE BOWL

1.            Most attractive garden


MARGARET ROSE TROPHY

2.            Most attractive cottage garden

AHS COMMITTEE CHALLENGE SHIELD

3.            Most attractive garden pond.

BAX CHALLENGE CUP

4.            Most attractive patio

AHS CHALLENGE ROSEBOWL

5.            Best kept allotment or vegetable garden

N GARRISON SHIELD
Best Overall Garden

FLOWERS

TAN-ET VASE CHALLENGE CUP

6.            One vase of 5 spikes of Sweet Peas, any colour

 RICHARD COBB CHALLENGE CUP

7.            One specimen bloom Rose

8.            One vase, 3 large flowered HT Roses

CARALYS PLATE


9.           One large or giant Dahlia, cactus or semi-cactus

10.         Three Dahlias, decorative

11.          Three Dahlias, cactus or semi-cactus

12.          Three Dahlias, ball type

13.          Three Dahlias, pom-pom (not to exceed 54 mm)


MRS M E STEPHENS CHALLENGE CUP – MEMBERS

MECCA CHALLENGE CUP – NON-MEMBERS

14.          Vase of 3 border Carnations, one or more varieties

15.          Three stems of flowering shrubs, one or more varieties

16.          Vase of 6 stems of outdoor flowers, raised from seed, one or more varieties

17.          Six blooms of Pansies in a display box - box provided

18.          One vase, 3 stems perennial, any varieties

19.          One spike specimen Gladioli

20.         Vase of mixed flowers

ALF WHITE CHALLENGE CUP – MEMBERS

QUASER CHALLENGE CUP – OPEN

21.          One Fuchsia in a pot (not exceeding 6”/153 mm pot)

22.          Zonal Pelargonium in a pot (not exceeding 6”/153 mm)

23.          Regal Pelargonium in a pot (not exceeding 6”/153 mm)

24.          Pot plant, flowering, not Fuchsia or Pelargonium (pot 9”/223 mm or under)

25.          Orchid in a pot (pot 7”/180 mm or under)

26.          Pot plant, foliage or ornamental (pot 8”/203 mm or under)

27.          Pot plant, Cactus or Succulent (pot 8”/203 mm or under)

28.          Flowering plants growing in an unusual container

H LAW TANKARD

29.          Hanging Basket

30.          A Hanging Pot

Vegetables 

THE GEORGE COWELL CHALLENGE SHIELD – OPEN

31.        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.

PARK COURT FARM CHALLENGE CUP - OPEN

32.          Six Spring Salad Onions

33.          Five Onions, 250 grammes and under

34.          Five Spring sown Onions

35.          Nine exhibition Shallots over 30 mm in diameter - dishes provided

36.          Nine pickling Shallots under 30 mm in diameter – dishes provided

37.          Five Onions, 250 grammes and over

CARSON CHALLENGE CUP – MEMBERS

ROSEDALE CHALLENGE CUP – NON-MEMBERS


38.          Five medium size Tomatoes

39.          Nine cherry Tomatoes – not to exceed 35 mm

40.         Five plum Tomatoes

41.          Plate of five Potatoes (coloured)

42.          Plate of five Potatoes (white)

43.          Six Runner Beans

44.          Six French Beans

45.          One vegetable Marrow

46.          Six pods of Peas

47.          Three Carrots, long (tops trimmed to 3”/76 mm)

48.          Three Carrots, stump rooted (tops trimmed to 3”/76 mm)

49.          One Lettuce, any variety (washed root attached)

50.          Three Beetroot - long or round (tops trimmed to 3”/76 mm)

51.           One Cabbage (with 3”/76 mm of stalk)

52.          One Cucumber

53.          Four Courgettes

54.          Three specimen Vegetables

55.          Any other single Vegetable (not listed in schedule)

56.          Longest Runner Bean

Home Economics

ACOL WOMENS INSTITUTE SHIELD - OPEN


57.          Jar of Marmalade

58.          Jar of soft fruit Jam

59.          Jar of any other sweet Preserve

The 3 classes above must be in 454 g/1 lb jam jars with jam covers


Covers will be provided for the following classes:

MARJORIE HALL CHALLENGE CUP – MEMBERS

ROBERTSON CHALLENGE CUP – NON-MEMBERS

60.       Cheese Scone Round  – Recipe must be followed

Ingredients: 8 oz self-raising flour, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp mustard powder, 1/4 tp cayenne pepper, 1 tsp baking powder, 1 0z butter, 5 oz mature cheddar (finely grated), 1 medium egg, milk

Method: Heat oven to 220°C/gas mark 7.  Measure the flour, salt, mustard powder, cayenne pepper and baking powder into a bowl.  Add the butter and rub in with the fingertips until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.  Stir in 4 oz of the grated cheese.  Break the egg into a measuring jug and make up to 5 fluid oz with milk.  Stir the egg and milk into the dry ingredients and mix to a soft but not sticky dough.  Turn out onto a lightly floured surface and knead lightly.  Roll into a 6 inch circle and score into 6 equal wedges with a knife.  Brush with a little milk and sprinkle with remaining grated cheese.  Bake for about 15 minutes until golden brown and firm to the touch.

61.         Coffee & Walnut Sponge

62.         Apple Lattice Tart

63.         Banana Loaf

64.         Cheese & Onion Quiche

65.         Two Vegetable Pasties

Handicraft

AHS HANDICRAFT SHIELD

66.          Framed picture – any medium (NOT painting, drawing or photograph)
   Commercial frame accepted.  Size not exceeding 16” x 12”.

67.          Handicraft – hard (one item only)

68.          Handicraft – soft (one item only)


Exhibits must not have been shown in a previous AHS Show

ACOL ART GROUP TROPHY

To be awarded to person with the most points over the three shows

To be mounted or framedPicture size not greater than 16 x 12 inches


69. Painting, any subject, any medium


Exhibits must not have been shown in a previous AHS Show


Photography

 YEOMAN CHALLENGE CUP

To be awarded to person with the most points over the three shows


70.         One photograph – “A Comical Sign

71.          Three photographs – “Watery Scenes

 Photographs must be taken by the exhibitor and not to exceed 7” x 5” and are mounted on card.

Exhibits must not have been shown in a previous AHS Show

ACOL ART GROUP TROPHY

In memory of Val and Dave Stevens


72.          Pencil drawing – any subject (unframed 10” x 8”)

Floral Art

SWINBURN CHALLENGE TROPHY – To the exhibitor with the most points over classes 73 to 75

MRS KING CHALLENGE CUP – Best in Show for Floral Art


73.          “Disney” –  An exhibit 18” space, not more than 24” in height

74.          “Flower Power” – An exhibit 24” space, not more than 36” in height

75.          “Arrangement in a Teapot” – An exhibit 12" x 12” space

Fruit 

QUEX PARK CHALLENGE SHIELD

76.          Plate of Raspberries, 8 - plugs intact

77.          Plate of Redcurrants, 8 strigs

78.          Plate of Blackcurrants, 8 strigs

79.          Plate of Gooseberries, 8

80.          Plate of any other Fruit

Children's Classes 

MRS V LING CHALLENGE CUP Best in Show

MR L A JOHNSON CHALLENGE SHIELD Boy (9 Years and Under)

C GREEN CHALLENGE CUP – Girl (9 Years and Under)

MR G NORMAN – Boy (10 to 14 Years)

MRS L NORMAN – Girl (10 to 14 Years)


81.          Beach Collage (A4 size)

82.          Photograph of an Animal

83.          Four Fruit Scones

Your age must be included on your entry form

Prize money for most points combined over classes 81 to 83 – 1st £6  2nd £4   3rd £2  (Sponsored by Robin White)

CHILDREN – all you have to do is carry on entering.  One more show to go.  All you have to do is carry on gaining points and you could be looking after that cup for the year. 

 



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