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Gedling Borough Show 2008 19th Annual FRUIT, FLOWER & VEGETABLE SHOW To be held on Saturday 30th August - 2.00 pm – 7 pm Sunday 31st August - 10.00 am – 4.00 pm Auction from 4.30 p.m. approximately on Sunday At the Richard Herrod Leisure Centre Foxhill Road, Carlton. SCHEDULE & RULES OF THE SHOW FREE ADMISSION PRIME ENGLISH & SCOTCH BEEF COUNTRY FED PORK ENGLISH LAMB SPECIALISTS GAME & POULTRY MRM MRM Melton Road Motaparts Mick Robinson Retail & Catering Butchers Special Offers Everyday of the Week Exide Battery Specialists Motor Repairs Body Repair Servicing M.O.T.’s Paul Scothern 69 Melton Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham. NG2 6EN Telephone: 0115 981 0110 Now Open Quality Hot & Cold Food & Drinks to Take Away All At: 52 Victoria Road, Netherfield Tel: 0115 9615390 or 0115 9404978 Deli-icious Premier Sandwich Bar & Outside Catering Deliveries Available Minimum order £5.00 Please place your orders before 12.00p.m. to ensure delivery 932 Woodborough Road Mapperley Plains Nottingham NG3 5QS Telephone: 0115 9856526 GEDLING BOROUGH SHOW FRUIT, FLOWER, VEGETABLE & PRODUCE SHOW Secretary Chairman Vice Chairman Malcolm Austin 19 Palmer Crescent Carlton, Nottingham NG4 1ER Tel: 0115 8471820 Brian Goodliffe Mick Chisholm Windsor Castle 34 Carlton Hill, Nottingham. NG4 1EB Tel: 0115 9871374 A GREAT NIGHT OUT! SPONSORSHIP st nd rd Class Sponsorship is £6.00 (1 prize £3, 2 prize £2, 3 price £1) The Class Sponsors name will appear in the schedule directly beneath the class that is sponsored. Sponsored information will also be recorded at the end of the schedule. BIG SCREEN SKY SPORTS Plus darts & pool league ADVERTISEMENTS Advertisers wishing to place an advert in the schedule will be welcomed and are requested to submit copy or artwork along with this form and remittance directly to the secretary at the above address. Cost per ¼ page £10 51mm x 145mm approx. Cost per ½ page £20 102mm x 145mm approx. Cost per full page £40 205mm x 145mm approx. LATE BAR Until 1am Thurs-Sat LIVE ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY NIGHTS Live DJ plus music videos & comedy clips FRIDAY NIGHTS “Mash Up” music night with something for everyone! SATURDAY NIGHTS A different theme every week e.g. Motown, 80’s, soul – ask staff for details! SUNDAY NIGHTS “The Big Quiz” – general knowledge, music & tv quiz plus on-stage acts PLUS special event nights – check out the notice boards or ask staff for more details!! APPLICATION FORM Title/Name Address ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………… Sponsorship Advertisement Class No. Delete as necessary ¼ page ½ page full page Payment by cheque please made payable to “Gedling Borough Show” Remittance enclosed £ ………………. Signed ……………………… Date …………….. Please retain the above and retain the receipt below Paid to Gedling Borough Show for (Sponsoring) (Advertising) By……………………………………….. The Sum of £ ……………… Date ……………. Signed for the Committee …………………………………………………………………… The President, Chairman and Committee thank you for your support Tasty Food Now served in the lounge area until 8pm Mon-Thurs, 9 pm Fri-Sat, 7pm Sun 2 meals for £9.00 on select dishes Chef’s Favourites & Golden Years Menu also Available. Carlton Local History Group DO YOU HAVE ANY FAMILY CONNECTIONS IN CARLTON? ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE HISTORY OF CARLTON? DO YOU HAVE ANY INTERESTING STORIES TO RELATE ABOUT CARLTON? DO YOU HAVE ANY PHOTOGRAPHS OR CINE FILM OF CARLTON? IF SO, YOU WILL BE WELCOME TO VISIT OUR STALL AT THE GEDLING SHOW Best Wishes Card and Gift Shop With all well known names, including Hallmark, Clintons, Carte Blanche, Paper Rose, etc. All at very low prices, we also have a wide range of me to you bears and gifts and many more party products to choose from Balloons, banners, badges, glasses, cups, frames and much more, also a wide range of helium balloons for birthdays parties, weddings or any other occasions Discounts available on big orders. We are situated on the corner of Garnet Street, Off Victoria Road, Netherfield. (use to be a pet shop) Telephone Sally on 0115 9876112 or 07828123511 Printer Repairs All Leading Makes HP – OKI – QMS - BROTHER Mono & Colour – Laser Specialists – All Consumables CALL FREE: 0800 3288655 C.C.S., PEASHILL FARM PEASHILL LANE, COTGRAVE, NOTTINGHAM. NG12 3HD Gedling Borough Fruit, Flower & Vegetable Show 2008 Gedling Borough Council Fruit, Flower & Vegetable Show 2008 ENTRY FORM Name: …………………………………. Address: ………………………. …. ………………………………………. Section CLASS Number No. of Entries Section CLASS Number No. of Entries Entry Fees (payable at time of staging of exhibits) 25 pence per entry Entry Fees Total …………. I agree to abide by the Rules of the Gedling Borough Show Signed: ……………………………………………………………… All reserved items must be notified at the time of staging the exhibits, other items will be put into the auction to raise funds for the Horticultural Society. Only the exhibitor or a nominee, is permitted to remove reserved exhibits at the close of the show on presentation of reservation. Items cannot be removed before 4.15 p.m. on Sunday and no vehicles will be allowed on site to collect items until the show has finished. Due to limited car parking at Richard Herrod Leisure Centre, additional parking is available at the Carlton Forum car park. Cars will be allowed onto a “collection only” section behind the marquee after 4.30 pm on Sunday after the exhibitors permit has been shown to the car park marshal. No vehicles are allowed to stay on site. Schedules are available from the Show Secretary, Mr M Austin 19 Palmer Crescent, Carlton, Nottingham. NG4 1ER Tel: 8471820 Please hand this completed Entry Form to the Show Secretary’s desk on entry For Show Use Only Exhibitor Number SHOW COMMITTEE Chairman B Goodliffe Vice-Chairman M Chisholm Secretary M Atkinson 6 Garden City, Carlton, Nottingham. Tel: 9565052 Assistant Secretary M Austin 19 Palmer Crescent, Carlton, Nottingham Tel: 8471820 I Austin Mrs M Chisholm P Harvey K Price R Bexon B Davy H Kilbourn R Gosling M Hopkins P Fleetwood N Kirkham B Steeples M Skinner JUDGES The undermentioned Officials have kindly consented to judge the Classes as indicated – CHRYSANTHEMUMS DAHLIAS FRUIT AND VEGETABLES FLORAL FLORAL ART & CHILDRENS SECTION CULINARY WINE & BEERS Jeff English Dave Reid Robert Fletcher Robert Fletcher Brenda Lochhead Win Smeeton & Phil Kirton John Thorp Tony Frecklington Wilford Barleston Beeston Beeston Gotham Burton Joyce Burton Joyce Carlton Lincoln Rules of the Show 1. Entries to the Open Classes shall be open to all comers. 2. All exhibits must have been grown by the exhibitor. 3. All exhibits must be registered in one name only. 4. Exhibitors are forbidden to touch or remove other exhibits but may ask an official to do so. Exhibitors will be excluded from the marquee during judging. 5. Entry Fees 25p per entry for any class. Children’s classes are free. 6. Trophies should be returned by or at the next show. 7. Exhibits will be come the property of the Show Committee for sale after the show 4.00 pm If any exhibitor wishes to reserve any exhibit they should notify the staff at registration and obtain reserved tickets which must be attached to their exhibit. Reserved exhibits may be collected immediately after the show closes. Marquee closes to the public at 4.00 pm, the auction will be held at 4.30 pm. approximately. 8. Items MUST be displayed in vases supplied by the Show Committee. 9. Time for staging of exhibits will be from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm on Friday th 29th August 2008 and 7.30 am to 12 noon on Saturday 30 August 2008. Judging will be from 12 noon on Saturday 30th September 2008. The show will open for public viewing on Saturday 30th August st 2008 between 2.00 pm and 7.00 pm and Sunday 31 August 2008 between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm. 10. If any complaint is made, it must be in writing and accompanied by a deposit of £1 to the Show Secretary before 4 p.m. on the first day of the Show. The deposit will be returned if the complaint is upheld. The Judges and/or Committee’s decision is final. 11. Exhibitors are permitted to make more than one entry in any class (except where stated). 12. All exhibits should be named where possible, for the benefit of the viewing public. LEISURE SERVICES PLACES TO GO? THINGS TO DO? THE BOROUGH OF GEDLING WELCOMES YOU! The Borough of Gedling boasts five modern leisure centres, offering 3 swimming pools, 3 fitness suites and a wide of indoor and outdoor activities plus an indoor bowls centre incorporating bar and function suite facilities. Community Centres offer a wide range of use from playgroups to wedding receptions. For further information please telephone on Nottingham (0115) 9013701. For those wanting the green route to healthy living we provide GREEN LIVING ALLOTMENTS They provide the perfect green solution. 1. Exercise – but you get the reward for the digging with. 2. Healthy food – you know what you are eating. 3. Low food miles – you won’t get more local unless you have a large garden. To find out more about allotments in Gedling please ring 0115 9013712 COUNTRY PARKS & LOCAL NATURE RESERVES Burntstump and Bestwood Country Parks provide ideal opportunities for those wishing to explore the great outdoors with the emphasis on active recreation. For those who wish to place the emphasis on the natural environment visit one of the Local Nature Reserves at Netherfield Lagoons and Gedling House Woods. Here you can enjoy the wildlife or get involved in the management of the Local Nature Reserves through local groups, get your hands dirty and do some practical work, for further information please ring 0115 9013712 WALKS AND CYCLE ROUTES For information on walking, cycling and bridle paths, please ask for a free brochure of Heels, Wheels and Hooves by telephoning direct on (0115) 901 3602. PLACES TO VISIT Greenwood Bonsai Studio Ollerton Road, Nr. Arnold. Tel: (0115) 920 5757 Stocks a comprehensive range of Bonsai pots, books, tools, sundries and also offers a wide range of courses and workshops. Longdale Craft Centre Museum and Restaurant Longdale Lane, Ravenshead. Tel: (0115) 979 4858 A re-created Victorian street in which professional artists and craftspeople can be seen working on a variety of projects Calverton Folk Museum Main Street, Calverton. Tel: (0015 965 2836 Housed in the four rooms of an 18 century stockinger cottage. Open on last Sunday in the month, April-October, 2 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. Papplewick Pumping Station Off Longdale Lane, Ravenshead. Tel: (0115) 963 2938 Set in a landscaped park, built in the late 1800’s and offers a unique example of Victorian period water works. Patchings Farm Arts Centre Oxton Road, Nr. Calverton. Tel: (0115) 965 3479 Working art and pottery studios, art and gift shop, licensed Restaurant. Class 93 & 94 Class 96 Class 98 Mrs B STEEPLES 13 All articles exhibited remain the risk of the exhibitor. The Committee will use their best endeavours to preserve the exhibits but cannot be held responsible for damage and loss. 14 Prize monies will be paid after 6.00 pm on Saturday 30 Augusut 2008. th NAVARRA – (Italian Restaurant) 92 Oakdale Road, Bakersfield, Nottingham Mr & Mrs PETER & SHIRLEY FLEETWOOD 1, Veronica Drive, Carlton 15 The term “dish” means a collection. Beginners are especially welcome. Please obtain a copy of the Schedule and Rules from the Secretary, Mr M Austin, tel: 0115 8471820 Classes 99 & 100 TROPHIES & PRESENTATIONS Banksian Medal Winners 2006 C Bryan: 2005 W Taylor With thanks to TESCO, Carlton Square, for the supply of carrier bags. The Banksian Medal will be awarded to the winner of most prize monies Non-horticultural and special prizes will not count. No one who has won this medal in the past two year is eligible. The Chairman’s Cup is awarded annually for the best vegetable exhibit and the Chairman’s Trophy for the best exhibit of flowers in the Show. These will be judged by the President, Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Show Committee. The Gedling Borough Trophy is awarded to the winner with the most prize money in show. In the even of a tie, the trophy goes to the winner with the most first prizes. Other trophies are allocated in relevant sections. Trophies will be presented at a Civic Reception in the Carlton Room, Richard Herrod Leisure Centre, on Friday 7th November 2008, to be confirmed by invitation. The Gedling Borough Council Flower, Fruit & Vegetable Show Committee is affiliated to the National Vegetable Society, the National Chrysanthemum Society, the National Dahlia Society and the Royal Horticultural Society. The dates of the Gedling Borough Show will be, provisionally Saturday 5th & Sunday 6th September 2009 Anderson & Glenn Chartered Architectural & Landscape Consultancy, Yew Tree Nurseries, Ralph’s Lane, Frampton West, Boston. PE20 1RQ SPONSORS OF THE CHRYSANTHEMUM CLASSES 50-65 Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Chrysanthemum Society Old Basford Allotments Show Society Messrs K Albon, R Bexon, L Collishaw, D Collishaw, D Ward Mrs G Thorp, Salvation Army. N Kirkham Trentside Garage MOT Testing Unit 9, Trent South Industrial Park, Off Little Tennis Street, Colwick, Nottingham. NG2 3BX Class 27 R BETTS N HARRIS, 167 Coronation Walk, Gedling CHANDOS GARDENS ASSOCATION SECTION A Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Class 5 Class 6 Class 7 FLORAL OPEN CLASSES Class 29 Class 30 Class 31, 32, 37, 38 Class 33 & 36 Class 34 One Fuchsia, full, half or quarter standard. Sponsored by One Fuchsia, any cultivar (max 6” pot). Sponsored by MANOR PHARMACY, 18 Westdale Lane, Gedling. One Tryphylla, any pot size. Sponsored by H KILBOURN One pot double tuberous Begonia. Sponsored by IMAGE HAIR FASHIONS, 9 Main Road, Gedling. One vase three spikes grandiflorus giant or large flowered Gladioli. Sponsored by B GOODLIFFE One Vase three spikes grandiflorus medium or small flowered Gladioli. Sponsored by McClaren Shiraz, Keyworth One stem large flowers (HT) Roses. Sponsored by P JOHNSON PAINTERS & DECORATORS, 33 Palmer Crescent, Carlton. One stem cluster flower (Floribunda) Roses. Sponsored by MRS R BEXON One Cactus or Succulent. Sponsored by Natures Remedies Osteopathy & Acupuncture & Health Remedies, 289 Carlton Hill, Nottingham. Tel: 9403008 Geraniums in flower. (Maximum 6” pot) Sponsored by LITTLE OAK NEWSAGENT, 248 Oakdale Road, Carlton, Nottingham One Plant grown for foliage (maximum 6” pot) Sponsored by Joy Scothern One flowering pot plant other than specified above (maximum 6” pot). Sponsored by Jackie Whitaker-Crosby “Mulcair Whippets”, 16 Greenwod Crescent, Carlton, Nottm. One Bonsai Trunk in ceramic pot. One hanging basket (maximum 16”). Sponsored by HILLTOP NURSERIES, Lambley Lane, Gedling. TROPHIES & PRIZES AMP Site Services (Metal Fabrication) Pak Foods – “Food Around The World” 152 Sneinton Dale Nottingham. 0115 9243224 EL BONDS BUTCHERS, 342 CARLTON HILL, NOTTINGHAM. TEL; 9873733 DELI-ICIOUS, 932 Woodborough Road, Mapperley, Nottingham. LEAPOOL ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION DALE ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION 8 Castle Street, Sneinton, Nottingham. M ATKINSON, 6 Garden City, Carlton. N KIRKHAM R BEXON, 17 Radcliffe Gardens, Carlton. M AUSTIN, 19 Palmer Crescent, Carlton. McClaren Shiraz Keyworth. BERNARD & HAZEL SHELTON GB AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES 122 Brownlow Drive, Rise Park, Nottingham. PAT RADFORD FLORISTS 934 Woodborough Road, Mapperley. Tel: 9525763 Class 37 Class 39 Class 40 & 41 Class 43 Class 8 Class 9 Classes 45, 46 & 47 Class 53 Classes 55,56 & 57 Class 70 Class 71 Class 72 & 76 Classes 74 & 77 Class 10 Class 11 Class 12 Class 79 Class 80 Class 83 Class 90 Class 95 Class 13 Class 14 MRS JEAN DENT MRS JEAN DENT LABEAUX ART GALLERY 924 Woodborough Road, Mapperley, Nottingham The Paul Newton Memorial Trophy for Best Exhibit, Section A Headlines Shield for Class 10 Hilltop Nurseries Cup for Class 13 Trevor Saxton Memorial Trophy for Class 1 LIST OF SPONSORS Class 1 . Class 2 MANOR PHARMACY 18 Westdale Lane, Gedling. H KILBOURN 35 Cliff Road, Carlton. IMAGE HAIR FASHIONS 9 Main Road, Gedling. B GOODLIFFE 316a Westdale Lane, Mapperley Cash Prizes – Class A Classes 1 & 13 Classes 2 – 12 Classes 1 – 3 1st 2nd £5.00 £3.00 £3.00 £2.00 Judged to Fuchsia Society Rules 3rd £2.00 £1.00 SECTION B Class 15 FLORAL ART OPEN CLASSES Class 3 Class 4 Classes 5 & 92 Horoscope an exhibit to depict one zodiac sign not to exceed 60 cm (24”) in width or depth Sponsored by IMPRESSIONS LTD, Fitted kitchen & bathroom specialists, Mansfield Road, Daybrook. A petite arrangement (over 4” – under 9”). Sponsored by WARRENS AUTOPARTS, 269 Westdale Lane, Carlton. A dried flower arrangement. Not silk or artificial flowers, sponsored by WARRENS AUTOPARTS, 269 Westdale Lane, Carlton. An arrangement in a 5oz standing wine glass. Sponsored by McClaren Shiraz, Keyworth. A dining table centre arrangement of fresh flowers and candles, sponsored by WARRENS AUTOPARTS, 269 Westdale Lane, Carlton. Class 16 Class 6 & 18 Class 7 McClaren Shiraz Keyworth P JOHNSON Painters & Decorators 33 Palmer Crescent, Carlton. Mrs R BEXON Natures Remedies Osteopathy & Acupuncture & Health Remedies, 289 Carlton Hill, Nottingham. Tel: 9403008 Little Oak Newsagent 248 Oakdale Road, Carlton, Nottingham. Mrs Joy Scothern Jackie Whitaker-Crosby, “Mulcair Whippets” 16 Greenwood Crescent, Carlton, Nottingham HILLTOP NURSERIES Lambley Lane, Gedling. IMPRESSIONS Ltd Fitted Kitchen & Bedroom Specialists Mansfield Road, Arnold. WARRENS AUTOPARTS 269 Westdale Lane, Carlton. WARRENS AUTOPARTS 269 Westdale Lane, Carlton. KINGS MOTOR COMPANY, 343 Westdale Lane, Mapperley. NEW ROBIN HOOD ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION Class 17 Classes 8 & 73 Class 9 Class 18 Class 10 Class 19 Class 11 & 89 Class 12 TROPHIES & PRIZES Stanley Dennis Perpetual Trophy for Best Exhibit in Section B Cash Prizes – Class B Classes 15 & 19 Classes 16, 17, 18 1st £10.00 £ 3.00 2nd £6.00 £2.00 3rd £4.00 £1.00 Class 13 Class 15 Class 16 Classes 17-19 Classes 20 –24 Class 25 SECTION C Class 20 FRUIT OPEN CLASSES Apples (culinary), dish of five, one cultivar. Sponsored by KINGS MOTOR COMPANY, 343 Westdale Lane, Mapperley. Apples (dessert), dish of five, one cultivar. Sponsored by KINGS MOTOR COMPANY, 343 Westdale Lane, Mapperley. Pears, dish of five, one cultivar. Sponsored by KINGS MOTOR COMPANY, 343 Westdale Lane, Mapperley. Any stone fruit, dish of five, one cultivar. Sponsored by KINGS MOTOR COMPANY, 343 Westdale Lane, Mapperley. Soft fruit, dish of 30 with stalks, leaves permitted. Sponsored by KINGS MOTOR COMPANY, 343 Westdale Lane, Mapperley. Any other fruit, one cultivar any reasonable quantity. Sponsored by Rosa Rhodes, Soft Furnishings & Upholstery Tel: 0015 9402828 AGE CONCERN CARLTON & DISTRICT 352 CARLTON HILL CARLTON NOTTINGHAM TELEPHONE: 0115 9400421 Class 21 Class 22 YOUR LOCAL CHARITY SHOP WE NEED YOUR UNWANTED GOODS CLOTHES *BRIC-A-BRAC* HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND OTHER ITEMS TO SELL IN OUR SHOP WE ALSO STOCK GREETING CARDS VISIT OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT THERE ARE FABULOUS BARGAINS AVAILABLE Class 23 Class 24 Class 24a TROPHIES & PRIZES Netherfield Gardeners Trophy for Best Exhibit In Section C Cash Prizes – Class C Each Class st nd rd PROFITS HELP THE ELDERLY IN THE CARLTON AREA 1 £3.00 2 £2.00 3 £1.00 PAINTING & DECORATING : INTERIOR & EXTERIOR GOLD LEAFING : PROPERTY REPAIRS ESTIMATES WITH PLEASURE MICK ORAM 4A Holme Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham. NG2 5AA Telephone: (0115) 981 2369 – Mobile: (07798 523510) SECTION H OPEN CLASSES SECTION D VEGETABLE OPEN CLASSES Class 25 Onions a dish of five, each onion TO EXCEED 3lb/1.36kg and dressed. Sponsored by NEW ROBIN HOOD ALLOTMENTS ASSOCIATION Two Blanch Leeks Two Pot Leeks, (not to exceed 6” to tight button). Sponsored by R BETTS A collection of mixed vegetables, five kinds only, two of each kind, in an area not to exceed 3’ frontage by the run of the table – backboard allowed. Parsnips, a dish of two, tops timed to not more than 3”. Sponsored by N HARRIS Carrots, a dish of two, tops trimmed to not more than 3”. Sponsored by CHANDOS GARDEN ASSOCIATION Beetroot, a dish of two, tops trimmed to not more than 3”. Sponsored by Potatoes, a dish of five, any variety. Sponsored by Cauliflower, one without root and outer leaves trimmed to level of curd. Sponsored by AMP Site Services (Metal Fabrications), FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16 – ENTRY FREE Class 92 A miniature garden in a standard seed tray. Sponsored by MR B GOODLIFFE Vegetable animal sponsored by MRS BLANCHE STEEPLES One vase of flowers sponsored by MRS BLANCHE STEEPLES One vase one Sunflower for size and quality sponsored by LABEAUX ART GALLERY, 924 Woodborough Road, Mapperley, Nottingham. Garden collage, twigs, leaves and berries etc on A4 size card Plate of two ginger bread men sponsored by Plate of six fairy cakes sponsored by NAVARRA (ITALIAN RESTAURANT) 92 OAKDALE ROAD, BAKERSFIELD, NOTTM. Class 30 Class 26 Class 27 Class 93 Class 94 Class 95 Class 28 Class 96 Class 97 Class 98 Class 29 Class 31 TROPHIES & PRIZES Children’s Cup for Best Exhibit in Section H Cash Prizes for all classes 1st £3.00 Class 32 2nd £2.00 3rd £1.00 Class 33 SECTION I Class 99 OPEN CLASSES Dry red table wine – in 75cl white Bordeaux bottle with whitetopped flange cork, unlabelled. Sponsored by MRS SHIRLEY FLEETWOOD Sweet white wine in 75cl white Bordeaux bottle with white-topped flange cork, unlabelled. Sponsored by MR PETER FLEETWOOD One pint bottle of bitter beer with crown cap. Class 100 Woodies Garden Bits & Pieces Concrete Ornaments, Bird Baths, Rabbit Runs & Cages Rear of TSB Bank VICTORIA ROAD, NETHEFIELD, NOTTINGHAM Tel: 0115 987 9915 Class 101 TROPHIES & PRIZES Cash Prizes 1st £3.00 2nd £2.00 3rd £1.00 SECTION D Class 34 VEGETABLES OPEN CLASSES SECTION G CULINARY CLASS 86 – FRUIT CAKE RECIPE Cabbage, one green, outer leaves trimmed and without roots. Sponsored by PAK FOODS, “Foods Around The World” 152 Sneinton Dale, Nottingham. 0115 9243224 Cabbage, one red, out leaves trimmed and without roots. Cucumber, one. Sponsored by AMP Site Services (Metal Fabrications). Tomatoes, a dish of six with calyx (stalks) Sponsored by EL BONDS BUTCHERS, 342 CARLTON HILL, NOTTINGHAM. TEL: 9873733 Runner beans, a dish of six with stalks. Sponsored by Shallots, a dish of six. Sponsored by DELI-ICIOUS, 932 WOODBOROUGH ROAD, MAPPERLEY, NOTTINGHAM. Onions, a dish of three, not to exceed 8oz (225g) each, and dressed. Sponsored by LEAPOOL ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION Onions round, a dish of three, not to exceed 3lb/1.36kg and dressed. Sponsored by LEAPOOL ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION. Onions flat, a dish of three not to exceed 3lb/1.36kg and dressed. Vegetable Marrow, two grown for quality. Vegetable Marrow, one grown for size. Sponsored by DALE ALLOTMENT ASSOCIATION, 8 CASTLE STREET, SNEINTON, NOTTINGHAM. Any vegetable not specified anywhere in Show Schedule, maybe shown either collectively or singly. 1 flower and 1 vegetable. Sponsored by INGREDIENTS 8 ozs Plain Flour 2 ozs Sultanas 2 oz Glace Cherries (washed, dried, & chopped) 5 ozs Butter or Margarine ½ tsp Baking Powder ¼ tsp Salt 2 ozs Currants 2 ozs Mixed Peel 5 ozs Caster Sugar 2 Eggs, beaten 1 tblsp Milk (optional) Class 35 Class 36 Class 37 Class 38 Method Line and grease a 7”/18 cms cake tin. Set oven to 350oF/180oC/Gas Mark 4. Sift the flour, salt and baking powder into a bowl, stir in the fruit and peel. Mix well and set aside. Place butter or margarine into a mixing bowl and beat until very soft, add sugar and cream together until light and fluffy. Add the beaten eggs gradually, beating well after each addition. If the mixture shows any sign of curdling, add a little of the flour mixture. Fold in the dry ingredients lightly but thoroughly, adding milk if too stiff. Spoon the mixture into the prepare tin, smooth the surface and make a slight hollow in the centre. Bake for 30 minutes, then reduce the temperature to 325oF/160oC/Gas Mark 3 and bake for a further 40 minutes or more until firm to the touch. Cool on a wire rack. Class 39 Class 40 Class 41 Class 42 Class 43 Class 44 Class 45 Class 46 For information on how you can become more involved with this horticultural event or your local allotments association, please telephone Malcolm Austin on 0115 847 1820 or Shirley Fleetwood, East Midlands NSALG Representative on 0115 9526920 SECTION G CULINARY OPEN CLASSES SECTION D Novice Classes OPEN CLASSES (Please Note – Any exhibit will be cut or sampled by the Judge) Class 80 Class 81 Class 82 Class 83 Jar of fruit jam. One jam and butter cream Victoria sandwich (7” – 8”) Jar of lemon curd Open only to exhibitors who have not won three first prizes at this or any other NVS affiliated show. Class 47 A dish of five potatoes. Sponsored by M ATKINSON Runner Beans, a dish of six with stalks. Sponsored by M ATKINSON Carrots, dish of two tops trimmed to not more than 3”. Sponsored by M ATKINSON Jar of Seville orange marmalade. Sponsored by Jean Dent One tin loaf, wholemeal bread from 1lb dough (hand made, not by bread maker) One Swiss roll One fruit cake (made to specific recipe). Iced chocolate sponge sandwich cake (7” – 8”) Six White Bread rolls A plate of six fruit scones using sultanas. Sponsored by Joy Scothern. Jar of pickled onions or shallots in brown vinegar. Sponsored by Jean Dent Jar of any other pickle or chutney Class 48 Class 84 Class 49 Class 85 Class 86 Class 87 Class 88 Class 89 TROPHIES & PRIZES National Vegetable Society Silver Medal for Best Exhibit in Section D Railway Hotel Shield for Best Onions in Class 25 Mick Mehew Shield for Best Blanch Leeks in Class 26 Bill Wood Trophy for the Best Pot Leek in Class 27 Olive Newton Memorial Trophy for Class 28 Charlie Glenn Memorial Salver for Best Exhibit in Class 28, plus donation of £30 from Dr John Glenn Heinz Haverkamp Trophy for best Cabbage in Show Classes 34 & 35 First in the Field Trophy for Class 38 Railway Hotel Horticultural Society Cup for Best Potatoes William Hibbert Trophy for Best Exhibit in Section D, other than Class 28 Fleetwood Trophy for Best Vegetable Novice Class Prizes – Class D Classes 25-28 Classes 29-48 1st £10.00 £3.00 2nd £7.00 £2.00 3rd £5.00 £1.00 Class 90 Class 91 TROPHIES & PRIZES National Westminster Trophy for Best Exhibit in Section G Cash Prizes All Classes 1st £3.00 2nd £2.00 3rd £1.00 SECTION D to be judged to National Vegetable Society Rules SECTION E CHRYSANTHEMUMS OPEN CLASSES Incorporating Nottingham & Notts Chrysanthemums Society Class 50 Class 51 Class 52 Class 53 Class 54 Class 55 Class 56 Class 57 Class 58 3 vases, 5 blooms per vase, 1 distinct cultivar per vase (large). 3 vases, 3 blooms per vase, 3 distinct cultivars, 1 distinct cultivar per vase (medium) 2 vases, 5 blooms, 2 distinct cultivars, 1 distinct cultivar per vase (A, B, or C) ANN KIRKHAM MEMORIAL CLASS 1 vase, 7 blooms, any cultivar or cultivars 1 vase, 5 blooms, any cultivar or cultivars 1 vase, 3 blooms, section 23 Incurved (A, B or C) 1 vase, 3 blooms, section 24 Reflexed (A, B or C) 1 vase, 3 blooms, section 25 Intermediate (A, B or C) 3 vases, early flowering spray Chrysanthemums, 5 stems of 1 distinct cultivar per vase, 3 distinct cultivars, section 28 or 29 (A to F). 2 vases of early flowering spray Chrysanthemums, 5 stems of 1 distinct cultivar per vase, section 28 or 29 (A to F) 1 vase of early flowering spray Chrysanthemums, 5 stems of 1 distinct cultivar, section 28 or 29 (A to F) 1 vase of early double spray Chrysanthemums, 3 stems of 1 distinct cultivar, section 28 and/or sub section B, C or E. 1 vase of early single spray Chrysanthemums, 3 stems of 1 distinct cultivar, section 29 and/or sub section D & F. SECTION F DAHLIAS OPEN CLASSES TROPHIES & PRIZES Shipstone’s Challenge Cup for Class 70 Jack Howell Memorial Cup for Best Vase in Class 79 National Dahlia Society Silver Medal and Blue Ribbon donated by Mr M Bryanns for Best Exhibit. National Dahlia Society Bronze Medal and Red Ribbon donated by Mr M Bryanns for Next Best Exhibit. Class 59 Class 60 Class 61 Class 62 Cash Prizes Class 70 Classes 71-79 1st £10.00 £3.00 2nd £7.50 £2.00 3rd £5.00 £1.00 NOVICE CLASSES Open only to exhibitors who have not won 3 first prizes at this or any National Chrysanthemum Society affiliated show. Class 63 Class 64 Class 65 1 vase of 3 blooms, any cultivar or cultivars, section 23, 24 & 25 (A, B or C) 1 vase of early spray Chrysanthemums, 3 stems per vase, any cultivar or cultivars, section 28 or 29 1 vase, 5 blooms, any cultivar or cultivars Headlines Hair Stylists 118 Victoria Road, Netherfield Tel: 0115 9616128 Suzanne and staff give you a warm welcome Professional Styling at keen prices Senior Citizens – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday SECTION F Class 70 DAHLIAS OPEN CLASSES SECTION E OPEN CLASSES TROPHIES & PRIZES Four vases, one bloom giant or large and three vases of three blooms from classes 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, & 78. One cultivar per vase, not more than one vase from any class. Sponsored by MR M AUSTIN One vase, three giant or large cactus or decorative, must not be mixed. Sponsored by McClaren Shiraz, Keyworth. One vase, three medium decorative. Sponsored by Bernard and Hazel Shelton. One vase, three medium cactus or semi-cactus. Sponsored by MRS R BEXON One vase, three small or miniature decorative. Sponsored by GB AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES, 122 Brownlow Drive, Rise Park, Nottingham. One vase, three small or miniature cactus or semi-cactus One vase, three poms. Sponsored by Bernard and Hazel Shelton One vase, one giant or large, sponsored by GB AIR CONDITIONING SERVICES, 122 Brownlow Drive, Rise, Park, Nottingham. One vase, three ball Dahlias. The Lieutenant Colonel A Bradwell Trophy for Class 50 The Cecil Williamson Trophy for Class 58 The George Bradley Memorial Cup donated by his by daughter, Mrs Norma Hughes and Red Ribbon for Best Vase donated by Mr M Bryanns. National Chrysanthemum Society Silver Medal and Blue Ribbon donated by Mr M Bryanns for Best Exhibit National Chrysanthemum Society Bronze Medal for Next Best Exhibit Class 71 Class 72 Class 73 Class 74 Class 75 Class 76 Class 77 Cash Prizes Classes 50 & 58 Class 51 Class 53 Classes 52 & 59 Class 54 Classes 55,56,57 to 64 Class 60 & 65 1 £15.00 £10.00 £ 7.00 £ 6.00 £ 6.00 £ 3.00 £ 5.00 st 2 £10.00 £ 7.00 £ 4.00 £ 4.00 £ 3.00 £ 2.00 £ 2.50 nd 3 £5.00 £5.00 £3.00 £2.00 £2.00 £1.00 £1.50 rd Class 78 Section E will be judged to National Chrysanthemum Society Rules NOVICE CLASSES Open only to exhibitors who have not won three first prizes at this or any Other National Dahlia Society affiliated show. Class 79 One vase, three medium or small blooms, Cactus and decorative may be mixed. Sponsored by PAT RADFORD FLORISTS, 934 WOODBOROUGH ROAD, MAPPERLEY, NOTTINGHAM. 0115 9525763 BLAND BROS. 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