MAIN HORTICULTURAL SHOW

MAIN SHOW 2016

Saturday 5th August 2017

 

All Classes in the show are open to members only, unless otherwise stated.

Entry fee is 35 pence per class unless otherwise stated

 

Section A: Is open to all Except Class 1

 

Sections B-G: Are open to Society members & affiliated members ONLY.

 

Sections H-I: Are open to all.

 

Cash Prizes will be made as follows, subject to Rule 16.

Prize Money not Collected at the show will be deemed a gift to the Society.

 

Scale

First

Second

Third

SPECIAL

£25.00

-

-

1

£3.00

£2.00

£1.50

2

£2.50

£1.50

£1.00

3

£2.00

£1.00

50 pence

 

Points towards various Cups etc are awarded as follows.

 

Scale

First

Second

Third

1

12

6

3

2

8

4

2

3

4

2

1

 

Section A Decorative

 

“WELCOME TO OUR GARDEN”

Sponsored by SEAFORD EVENING & AFTERNOON FLOWER CLUBS

 

Judge: Mrs Joan Fowlie

 

Class

Title

Contents

Prize Scale

1

“The Rose Arbour”

An Inter-Club special class ( by invitation only)

An Exhibit to be staged by up to two people on a circular plinth 92cm diameter and 20cm high. To be viewed all round. Height optional. Own covering to be used                                        

  £10 ENTRY FEE

SPECIAL

2

“The Rock Garden”

A Miniature (Small scale design) arrangement not to exceed 10cm in width and depth. Height 15cm.

To be staged on tiered tabling draped in black.

 

                                  OPEN  

1

3

“The Herbaceous Border”

An Exhibit to be staged on a table covered in a  black drape and featuring perennial flowers. To be viewed and judged all round. Space allowed 74cm x 74cm. Height optional.        

 

                            OPEN

1

4

“The Vegetable Garden”

An Exhibit to be staged on open tabling covered in a black drape. Space allowed 74cm x 74cm. Height optional. To be viewed and judged all round. 

 

NOVICES ONLY (Competitors who have not won a first in any show competition) 

1

5

“The water Garden”

An exhibit to be staged on, and against a black drape. Space allowed 74cm x 74cm. Height optional.  To feature water and to be viewed and judged from the front.    

 

                                                                        OPEN

1

6

“The Greenhouse”

A contemporary exhibit. To be staged on a table, on and against a black drape. To be viewed and judged from the front. Space allowed 74cm x 74cm. Height optional.  

 

                                                                       OPEN

1

 

 

To be judged in accordance with the

Current NAFAS Competitions Manual Third Edition 2015.

 

 

SECTION B. FLOWERS

Judges: Mr M.Brown

 

See Rules page 15-17 & hints to exhibitors pages 18-20.

 

Class

Flower

Sponsor

Staging

Prize Scale

7

DAHLIAS

Pippa & Michael Logan

1 Vase of 5 Blooms. Exhibitor’s own choice of Single or Mixed Varieties

3

8

DAHLIAS

Mick Brown

1 Vase of 4 Blooms. Exhibitors own choice of Single or Mixed Varieties

3

9

DAHLIAS

Mick Brown

1 Vase, 3 Blooms  Exhibitors own choice of Single or Mixed Varieties

3

10

DAHLIAS

Julie & Ken Jupp

1 Vase, 2 Blooms Exhibitors own choice of Single or Mixed Varieties

3

11

DAHLIAS

 

1 Vase,1 Specimen Bloom Any Variety

3

12

DAHLIAS

 (NOVICE)

Mary Brown

1 Vase. 2 or 3 Blooms. Exhibitors own choice of Single or Mixed Varieties

3

13

PINKS

 

1 Vase, 5 Blooms (May include buds)

3

14

CARNATION

 

1 Single bloom with foliage

3

15

GLADIOLI

Marion Budd in

Memory of Brian Budd

2 Vases, 1 Spike per vase (2 Cultivars)

2

16

GLADIOLI

Marion Budd in

Memory of Brian Budd

2 Vases, 3 Spikes per vase

(Exhibitors own choice)

2

17

GLADIOLI

 

1 Vase, 1 Specimen spike

3

18

GLADIOLI

 

1 Vase, 3 Spikes (Exhibitors own choice)

3

19

GLADIOLI (NOVICE)

 

1 Vase, 3 Spikes (Exhibitors own choice)

3

20

BEGONIA

 

9” Pot Maximum

3

21

PATIO CONTAINER

 

Any Size

2

22

HYDRANGEA

Mary Mason

3 Heads (Any colour)

3

23

FUCHSIA

Richard Dunning

9” Pot Maximum

3

24

HOUSE PLANT IN BLOOM

Gary Carter

9” Pot Maximum

(Excluding Orchids)

3

25

PELARGONIUM/ GERANIUM

 

9” Pot Maximum

3

26

FOLIAGE PLANT

(Excluding Ferns)

Ann Thompson

7” Pot Maximum

3

27

CACTUS or SUCCULENT

 

1 Plant, 7” Pot Max

3

28

RUDBECKIA

 

5 Stems

3

29

HANGING BASKET

Edward Booth

15” Diameter Maximum

 Basket will be displayed on an upturned bucket on a trestle table

 

2

30

MARIGOLDS

Dial-A-Pet Service

5 Any Type

3

 

 

 

 

 

31

ROSES

Royal Society of St George

1 Vase, 1 Specimen Rose

3

32

ROSES

 

 

Buttonhole, 1 Rose with Foliage & Foil

3

33

FERNS

Richard Dunning

1 Plant, 7” Pot Maximum

3

34

FLOWERING SHRUB

(Not Roses)

Rita Mason

1 Vase, 3 Stems, One or more kinds

3

35

CUP & SAUCER OF FLOWERS

 

6” Maximum Cup Diameter

3

36

ANNUAL FLOWER

(Not in schedule)

Lesley Lambert

5 Stems, (Any number of entries.)

3

37

PERENNIAL FLOWER

(Not in schedule)

 

5 Stems. (Any number of entries.)

3

38

CUT FLOWERS

 

1 Vase, (at least 3 kinds)

Own Foliage

3

39

MIXED FOLIAGE

Mary Brown

1 Vase mixed

(No Flowers)

3

40

FUCHSIA HEADS

 

6 in a Box (provided)

1 Variety

3

41

FUCHSIA HEADS

 

6 in a box (provided)

Mixed

3

42

POSY OF MIXED FLOWERS

Penny & Graham Lower

Wrapped in foil,

Maximum diameter 5”

3

43

ORCHIDS

 

 

1 Plant

3

 

 

SECTION C: FRUIT

Judges: Mr C.R Lancaster

 

See Show Rules on pages 15-17 & hints to exhibitors pages 18-20.

 

Class

Fruit

Sponsor

Description

Prize Scale

44

BERRIES

Beryl Dollin in memory of Harry Dollin

1 Plate of 9 same berry with stalks. Base provided by Society

3

45

CURRANTS

Beryl Dollin in memory of Harry Dollin

1 Plate of 6 sprigs

(Any 1 colour)

3

46

ANY OTHER FRUIT

Not in Schedule

Beryl Dollin in memory of Harry Dollin

1 Plate of  Fruit with stalks

See page 17 for numbers required. No limit to the amount of separate entries per exhibitor.

3

 

 

 

 

 

SECTION D: VEGETABLES

Judges: Mr C.R Lancaster

 

See Show Rules pages 15-17 Hints to Exhibitors pages 18-20

 

Class

Vegetable

Sponsor

Description

Prize Scale

47

COLLECTION OF VEGETABLES

Sylvia Lucas & Valerie White in Memory of  their Father Fred Lockwood

3 Vegetables on Tray(Supplied) 27” x 18” Any 3 kinds as detailed on page 16

1

48

FRENCH BEANS

Shelia Smith in memory of Fred Smith

9 pods

3

49

RUNNER BEANS

Novice Class

 

5 pods

3

50

RUNNER BEANS

Shelia Smith in memory of Fred Smith

9 pods

3

51

BEETROOT(Round)

Pippa & Michael Logan

3 with approx 4” tops

3

52

CABBAGE

 

2 heads, round or pointed with approx 4” stem

3

53

CARROTS Novice

 

3 with foliage

3

54

CARROTS

John Reeve

5 fan shaped, tied, with approx 5” top foliage

3

55

COURGETTES

 

4, 4 - 6 inches long

3

56

CUCUMBER

Rita Mason

2 Only

3

57

HERBS (to be named)

 

4 Kinds, maximum 3 pieces of each

3

58

LETTUCE

Margaret Mansbridge

2 Only

3

59

ONIONS

 

3 grown from sets or seeds

3

60

SPRING ONIONS

 

9 tied

3

61

SHALLOTS

 

9 on a plate, sand may be used

3

62

POTATOES

(any 2 varieties)

 

5 of each

2

63

POTATOES (white)

 

5 only

3

64

POTATOES (Coloured)

 

5 only

3

65

RHUBARB

Sylvia Reeve

3 sticks

3

66

TOMATOES (all with calyces attached)

Shirl & Mike Parker

5 only. Not cherry type

3

67

TOMATOES (all with calyces attached)

Jan Carroll,

in memory of

David Carroll.

Cherry type

10 x 1.1/2inches

Board provided by Society

3

68

PEAS

Margaret Mansbridge

9 pods on a plate

3

69

ANY OTHER VEGETABLE

 

Not already in schedule. No limit to the number of different entries per exhibitor. N.B page 16 for numbers required for some exhibits

3

70

UNUSUAL SHAPED

VEGETABLE

 

 

3

71

A BASKET OR TRUG OF OWN GARDEN PRODUCE

John Gasston

in memory of

Jean Gasston

May include a selection of  Fruit, Veg, Herbs & Edible Flowers

1

 

SECTION E :  DOMESTIC PRODUCE Cookery

Judge: TBA

Please see hints on page 25

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Description

Prize Scale

72

FIVE GINGER BISCUITS

 

Own Recipe

 

3

73

BATTENBURG CAKE

 

Own Recipe

 

2

74

THREE SAVOURY MUFFINS

 

Own Recipe

 

2

75

FIVE CHEESE STRAWS

 

Own Recipe

 

3

76

COFFEE & WALNUT CAKE

 

Own Recipe

 

2

77

THREE VIENNESE WHIRLS

 

Own Recipe

 

3

 

SECTION F: DOMESTIC PRODUCE Preserves

Judge: Mrs J. Jones

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Description

Prize Scale

78

HOME MADE JAM (soft fruit)

 

1 Jar with metal lid.

No wax disc

3

79

HOME MADE JAM

(stoned fruit)

 

1 Jar with metal lid.

No wax disc

3

80

LEMON CURD

Penny Smoker

8oz Jar with metal lid. No wax disc

3

81

HOME MADE MARMALADE

 

1 Jar with metal lid.

No wax disc

3

82

HOME MADE CHUTNEY

 

1 Jar with metal lid.

No wax disc

3

 

 

SECTION G: Photography

Judge: Mr Ted Moon

 

Pictures to be maximum 8” x 6” excluding mount & must be the work of the exhibitor. It may be printed by the exhibitor or commercially printed. Please See Hints on page 18.

Any number of entries not exceeding three per class

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Prize Scale

83

A PHOTO WITH AN AMUSING CAPTION

Royal Society of St George

3

84

TRANSPORT

Seaford Photographic Society

3

85

SPORT

Seaford Photographic Society

3

 

 

 

 

Photography Novice Only

Judge Mr Ted Moon

 

Pictures to be maximum 8” x 6” excluding mount & must be the work of the exhibitor. It may be printed by the exhibitor or commercially printed. Please See Hints on page 18

Any number of entries not exceeding three per class

 

Novice Class is for anyone who has not previously gained an award

 in any previous show for Photography

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Prize Scale

86

ARCHITECTURE

Seaford Photographic Society

3

 

 

SECTION H: Arts & Crafts

Judges: Mrs G Bradley (classes 87-93)

             Mr R.Finch (classes 94-95)

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Description

Prize Scale

87

HAND KNITTING

 

1 Article

3

88

CROCHETING/LACE

 

1 Article

3

89

GENERAL EMBROIDERY

Muriel Greenwood

1 Article **

3

90

NEEDLEWORK

Gwen Johnson

Garment or Patchwork

3

91

GREETING CARD

 

not computer generated

3

92

HANDICRAFT

Sylvia Carter

1 Article not already covered in 88-91

3

93

CHILDS TOY

 

Any Material

3

94

ART “A Sussex Scene”

 

* see note below

3

95

ART “Colour"

 

* see note below

3

 

* Maximum picture size 18” x 14” (46cm x 35.5cm) or if framed 23” x 19” (58.3cm x 48cm)

          ** General Embroidery covers all types of embroidery using a needle & thread,

                yarn, silk or wool.

Tapestry woven and not sewn with a needle, Should be entered under Class 93 HANDICRAFT

 

 

CHILDRENS CLASSES PRIZE MONEY

 

Children's classes are free to enter, Prize money as listed below. Subject to Rule 16

Prize money not collected at the show will be deemed a gift to the Society

 

Place

Amount

1st

£2.00

2nd

£1.00

3rd

50p

 

SECTION I: Children’s Classes

Displayed on a trestle table

Open Classes for children 5 to 8 years

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Description

96

A BEACH ON A  PLATE (MAX 10 INCH)

The Rotary Club of Seaford

 

97

A MOSAIC (MAX A4)

The Rotary Club of Seaford

Any Materials

 

Displayed on a trestle table

Open Classes for children aged 9 to 11 years

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Description

98

A BEACH ON A  PLATE (MAX 10 INCH)

The Rotary Club of Seaford

 

99

A MOSAIC (MAX A4)

The Rotary Club of Seaford

Any Materials

 

Displayed on a trestle table

Open Classes for children aged 12 to 15 years

 

Class

Title

Sponsor

Description

100

POT PLANT

The Rotary Club of Seaford

MAX 9" POT

101

MY FAVOURITE PHOTOGRAPH

The Rotary Club of Seaford

 

 

 

 

2018 CALENDER COMPETITION (NEW)

With a horticultural theme (Landscape Format)

This Competition is FREE to enter and is open to members only.

you may enter a maximum of 3 images. Images to be sized up to A4.

Please stick a label with your name, phone number

 and e-mail address on the back of the image.

Images are to be judged by the public attending the Show. The top 12 images will feature in the Society Calendar available for sale in Nov 2017.