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The Swallowcliffe Show was held

on Saturday 19th July 2003

At 3.30pm in the village hall

 

The show was open to all residents of swallowcliffe, Ansty, Squall's Lane and Tisbury Row.

All the exhibits must have been cultivated, arranged, made or produced by the exhibitor.

Entry fee for each exhibit - adults 20p, children under 16 5p, children may enter adult classes.

1st, 2nd & 3rd place certificates and 3,2,1 points will be awarded in all classes.

Cups will be presented to the winners of Produce, Flower, Flower Arrangement and Cookery Sections. A winners' prize will be given in the photography section and £5, £2, £1 prizes in the Children's' section.

The Swallowcliffe Show cup will be presented to the individual gaining most points overall.

Cups will be held until the next show.

There will be a RAFFLE. Tea and light refreshments will be available.

All profits will go to hall funds.

 

SECTIONS AND CLASS NUMBERS

It will be a great help if you tick and check your entries on these sheets and bring them to the hall with your exhibits.

 

A. PRODUCE

1) 4 Medium Tomatoes 9) Brassica (Cabbage,cauliflower,broccoli)
2) 4 Kidney potatoes 10) Group of six vegetables
3) 4 Round Potatoes 11) Collection of root vegetables
4) 6 Broad Beans 12) Bowl of mixed soft fruit
5) 4 Onions 13) Small bowl of strawberries
6) 4 Shallots 14) Small bowl of gooseberries
7) 4 Carrots 15) Small bowl of Raspberries
8) Lettuce (any variety)  

 

B. FLOWERS

16) 6 Carnations or pinks 21) 6 Stems of perennials
17) 6 Sweet peas 22) 3 Stems flowering shrubs
18) 3 Stems cluster roses 23) Flowering pot plant
19) 1 Named specimen of rose 24) Fern or foliage plant
20) 6 Stems of annuals 25) Cactus or succulent

 

C. FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS - (all dimensions are overall)

26) An arrangement in an unusual container Max 12"
27) Flowers and/or foliage incorporating fruit and/or vegetables
28) A miniature Max 4"
29) An arrangement for a dinner table Max 4"

 

D. COOKERY

30) Shortbread 36) 6 plain/fruit/cheese scones
31) Fruitcake - your recipe, 7" or 8" tin 37) 1 pot of jam
32) Victoria Sandwich 8" 38) 1 pot of fruit jelly
33) Quiche under 6" 39) 1 pot marmalade
34) 6 Fairy cakes 40) 1 pot of chutney or pickle
35) Open fruit tart  

 

E. PHOTOGRAPHY (unmounted prints, max 10" x8")

41) A wiltshire view 43) A party
42) Summer 44) Still life

 

F. CHILDREN UNDER 16 - please state age on all entries

45) A decorated flower pot 48) 3 rock cakes
46) A scarecrow up to 12" 49) A poem - title "last year"?
47) A painting of a tiger (A3 max)  

 

REMINDER: Children can enter all classes but the overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes apply to entries in the childrens section only.

 

G. ODDITIES - for fun, but included in overall points score

50) The largest weed
51) The oddest shaped vegetable

JUDGES AND COMMITEE'S DECISIONS ARE FINIAL!

 

H. HANDICRAFT

52) Homemade garment
53) Something made from wood
54) A "recycled" item

 

 

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