Garden Club Summer Show brochure by MikeJenny

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									2010 Summer Show
           at the

Silvester Horne Institute
             On

   Saturday 28th August

       at 2.30 pm
 Admission by Donation

       Refreshments
           Raffle
  Plant and Produce Stall
gifts for the garden and home
           4 Shrewsbury Road
    Church Stretton SY6 6JB
                01694 725557
 10% discount on purchases over £20 will be given on
presentation of this advert before purchase. One coupon
 per customer per transaction and not against purchases
 of gift vouchers. Not exchangeable for cash. Coupon
               expires 31st October 2010
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                          Garden Club Officers

      President                   Mr. G. Bennion            722 187

      Vice President              Mr. F. R. Coad            723 858

      Chairman                    Mr. R. Dapling            723 648

      Vice Chairman               Mr. R. M. Turner Jones    724 371

      Programme Secretary         Mr. L. Bolton             724 579

      Outings Secretary           Mr. R. M. Turner Jones    724 371

      Show Secretaries            Mr. A. Mercer &           720131
                                  Mrs. M. Mercer

      Minutes Secretary           Mrs. E. Dapling           723 648

      Membership Secretary        Miss D. Wall              722 384
      & Circulars

      Treasurer                   Mr. R. Woodier            720 016

      Publicity Officer           Mrs. G. M. Turner Jones   724 371

      Auditor                     Mr. M. Williams           723 873

                          Committee Members
      Mrs. A. Ashwell      01588 660 531   Mrs. L. Bolton    724 579
      Mrs. E. Hooper       724 461         Mrs. B. MacIntyre 723 246
      Mr. P. Price         771 484Mrs.     Mrs. S. Woodier 720 016

                                Sponsors

          The Garden Club gratefully acknowledges the
            sponsorship received from the following:

Mr. & Mrs. Carroll                    Shropshire Horticultural Society.
                                      (Organisers of the Shrewsbury
                                      Flower Show. 13th & 14th Aug.)
Entries
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a)   Entry fee 20p per entry. Open to all.

b)   Entry forms to:

             SALTS, Ironmongers, High Street, Church Stretton.

     or      ANDREW & MARGARET MERCER, 81High Street,
             Church Stretton, 01694 720 131.
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c)   Closing date: ALL Classes is Thursday 26 August 2010 @ 4.30 pm.
     AND WILL BE STRICTLY FOLLOWED.

d)   NO LATE ENTRIES.

e)   To help keep costs of the Show down, we are pleased to receive
     contributions for the Plant & Produce Stall and for the Raffle.

Classes
a)   All exhibits in classes for flowers, fruit and vegetables must have been
     grown by the exhibitor for at least three months, except the pot plants in
     Classes 48 – 55 inclusive, which must have been owned by the exhibitor
     for three months.

b)   Exhibitors may only enter one exhibit in each class.

c)   Exhibitors must carefully read and abide by the conditions in this
     schedule.

Exhibiting
a)   The Hall will be open for the staging of exhibits from 8 am to 11.45 am.
     NO EXHIBITOR will be allowed on the premises after these hours until
     judging is completed.

b)   Exhibitors are asked to bring their exhibits early to avoid congestion.

c)   Prize giving is at 4 pm, after which exhibits may be removed.

d)   The Club will not be responsible for any loss or damage to exhibits nor to
     containers.

Prizes

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The Banksian Medal presented by the Royal Horticultural Society and open to
non-members, will be awarded to the winner of the largest total amount of money
in prizes in the whole of the horticultural classes. That is: Flower, Fruit and
Vegetable classes. The winner of the medal in 2009 is not eligible for the award
this year (RHS rules).

The President's Cup – presented by the first President, the late Mrs. Welch - to the
exhibitor with the most outstanding exhibit in the Fruit and Vegetable Classes 1– 28
inclusive.

The Weatherall Challenge Cup – presented by the late Major F G B Weatherall to the
exhibitor with the highest points in the Fruit and Vegetable Classes 1 – 28 inclusive.

The Reverend C Woolley Challenge Cup - presented by the late Arthur Woolley Esq.
for the best entry in Class 29.

The Tarbuck Challenge Cup - presented by Messrs. Tarbuck and Son - to the exhibitor
with the highest number of points in the Flower Classes 29-55 inclusive.

The Nickson Challenge Cup - presented by the late Bishop Nickson - to the exhibitor
with the second highest number of points in Classes 29 - 55 inclusive.

The Howard Robinson Trophy - presented by the late Mr. & Mrs. H M Robinson - to the
exhibitor with the highest number of points in the Floral Art Classes 56 – 59 inclusive.

The Dr J A McClintock Trophy - for the outstanding exhibit in Classes 56 – 59 inclusive.

The Heather Kent Trophy - for the best Clematis exhibit in Class 34.

The Botvyle Bowl - Presented by Miss Irene Jones to the exhibitor with the highest
number of points in the Cookery Classes 60 -68 inclusive.

The Major F G B Weatherall Challenge Cup - presented for the best exhibit in class 74.

The George Simpkin Cup - presented by the Club for the best photograph in class 75
and class 76.

The Goss Cup - presented by the late Mr. and Mrs. E A Goss for the best painting in
Class 77.

Children's Classes 69 – 73. All entrants will receive a certificate.

Prize Money - all classes       First Prize - £2       Second Prize - £1   Third Prize - 50p

The award of prizes is subject to the decision of the judges regarding the merit of any
exhibit. An announcement will be made regarding when prize money may be collected
from the Treasurer.
Fruit and Vegetable Classes                                                      th
                                                                Entries close 26 August

1.       Carrots – long, 3
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2.    Carrots – short, 3

3.    Parsnips, 2

4.    Beet – globe, 3

5.    Potatoes - white, 5

6.    Potatoes – coloured, 5

7.    Marrows, 1, up to 15” (38cm) long

8.    Courgettes, 3

9.    Cucumbers, 2

10.   Onions from sets – not excessively skinned, 3

11.   Onions grown from seeds – not excessively skinned, 3

12.   Shallots – large, 9 over 1” (2.5 cm) diameter

13.   Shallots – small, 9 up to 1” (2.5cm) diameter

14.   Leeks, 3

15.   French Beans, 6

16.   Runner beans, 6

17.   Longest runner bean

18.   Tomatoes with calyx – cherry, 6

19.   Tomatoes with calyx –Standard size, 6

20.   Peppers, 3

21.   Herbs – vase of any 5 varieties

22.   Any vegetables not listed – 3 of same variety

23.   Vegetable collection – 3 of each, 9 in all, space 24” x 18” (61cm x 46cm)

24.   Basket of mixed vegetables, space less than 24” x 18” (61cm x 46cm)
25.   Apples – dessert, dish of 5

26.   Apples – cooking, dish of 5

27.   Plums – dish of 5

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28.   A dish of soft fruit


Flower Classes                                                     th
                                                    Entries close 26 August

29.   Vase or bowl of mixed flowers - front view, maximum width 18" (46cm)

30.   Vase of annuals (1 or more varieties)

31.   Container of five stems of flowers (5 distinct kinds)

32.   Container of five stems of flowers (one variety)

33.   Most fragrant flower, 1 bloom

34.   Clematis - any variety, 3 blooms

35.   Phlox – vase of 3 stems, any variety

36.   Gladioli - any variety, 3 spikes

37.   Rudbeckia - 5 stems

38.   Penstemon – 3 stems

39.   Calendula (Old fashioned pot Marigold) – 5 blooms

40.   Violas - any variety or varieties, 6 blooms
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41.   Dahlias – any variety, 3 blooms

42.   Roses - any variety or varieties, 3 blooms

43.   Roses - any variety, 1 bloom

44.   Sweet peas - any variety or varieties, 6 stems

45.   Container of cut heathers - up to 6 varieties

46.   Flowering shrub – any variety or varieties, 3 stems

47.   Vase of Cultivated grasses
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48.   Fern - any variety, 1 plant in any size pot

49.   Cactus or succulent - any variety, 1 plant in any size pot
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50.    Fuchsia - any variety in a pot up to 6” diameter (15cm)

51.    Fuchsia - any variety in a pot over 6” diameter (15cm)

52.    Pot plant - flowering, pot up to 6" diameter (15cm)

53.    Pot plant - grown for foliage effect, pot up to 6" diameter (15cm)

54.    Pot plant - flowering, pot over 6" diameter (15cm)

55.    Pot plant - grown for foliage effect, pot over 6" diameter (15cm)


Floral Art Classes                                                    th
                                                    Entries close 26 August

56.    “Ruby Wedding” – An exhibit not exceeding 24” x 24” (60cm x 60cm).

57.    “Orchard Fruits” –.An exhibit not exceeding 18” x 18” (46cm x 46cm).

58.    “Cup and Saucer” – An exhibit in a cup and saucer not exceeding 7” x 7”
       (18cm x 18cm).
       .
59     Novice Class open to an exhibitor who has not previously won first prize
       in the Floral Art Class at the Church Stretton Summer Show.
       An exhibit in a Vase not exceeding 16” x 16” (41cm x 41cm).




Cookery Classes                                                            th
                                                      Entries close 26 August
(all food items must be covered with cling film)

Jars used should be plain without any trademarks on the glass or lids. A
cellophane top with waxed disc, or a plain screw top with no waxed disc to
be used.

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Cakes are better shown on a paper plate

60.     Jar of marmalade.

61.     Lemon curd

62.     Jar of jam.

63.     Cheese scones– plate of 3. Plain cutter to be used.

64.     Small wholemeal loaf.

65.     Savoury quiche 7” (18 cm)

66.     Iced coffee sponge 7” (18cm) with butter
        cream filling.

67.     Crushed pineapple fruit cake – see recipe.

68.     Shortbread biscuits – plate of 5

Recipe for Crushed Pineapple Fruit Cake (Class 68)

9 oz. (255 gr.) Self raising flour                 2 Beaten eggs
4 oz. (112 gr.) Soft butter or margarine           1 Teaspoon baking powder
8 oz. (225 gr.) Sugar                              2 – 3 Teaspoons mixed spice
8 oz. (225 gr.) Tin of crushed pineapple           8” (20 cm.) Square cake tin
1 lb. (454 gr.) Mixed fruit

Put pineapple, butter/margarine, mixed fruit and sugar together in a large
saucepan and bring to the boil. Leave to cool for approximately 10 – 15 minutes.
Add eggs, Flour, Baking powder and mixed spice. Fold the ingredients together.
Place mixture in the baking tin and bake at 180ºC (350ºF), Gas Mark 4 for about
an hour,




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Children’s Classes                                                  th
                                                   Entries close 26 August
their own work - (state age)

69     Fruit and vegetable animal.

70.    Cheese straws – plate of 5

71.    Birthday card for Mother.

72     Butterfly cakes – plate of 3

73.    Miniature garden on a plate.




Handicraft Class                                                         th
                                                    Entries close 26 August

74.    Any item of craft produced since the 2009 Show.


Photography Class
Photographs must be original, unmanipulated work, by the entrant.

75.    A coloured picture of a Favourite Flower. Picture not to exceed A4 size
       (21cm x 30cm).

76.    A coloured scene “through a garden gate”. Picture not to exceed A4 size
       (21cm x 30cm).


Art Class                                                           th
                                                   Entries close 26 August
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77.   A painting not previously exhibited of any subject. Picture size to be not
      more than 22" x 18" (56cm x 46cm).




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                   Church Stretton and District Gardening Club

                                SHOW ENTRY FORM
                                        One exhibitor per entry form

I have read the Schedule and will abide by the conditions. I wish to enter the
following classes (each entry must be specified by Class Number).

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                         ENTRY FEE: 20p PER ENTRY

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Name:         Mr/Mrs/Miss ................................................................................
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