Hardwick Horricultural show 2016

Hardwick horticultural show

Hardwick Horticultural Show
Sunday 28th August 2016

1 – Four Potatoes​​​​​​
2 – Three Beetroot​​​​​​
3 – Three Tomatoes​​​​​
4 – Three Courgettes​​​​​
5 – Four Beans​​​​​​
6 – Longest Runner Bean​​​​​
7 – Ugliest/Funniest Fruit/ Vegetable​​​
8 – Four Onions​
9 – Selection of Culinary herbs (in jar of water)
10 – Three apples (1 variety)
11 – Victoria Sponge
12 – Shortbread
13 – Six Scones
14 – Loaf of Homemade Bread or Six rolls
15 – Jar of Jam
16 – Jar of Marmalade
17 – Jar of Jelly
18 – Jar of Chutney​
19 – A Vase of single variety flower​
20 – A Mixed Vase of flowers​
21 – A Specimen Rose​
22 – A Photograph taken in 2016​

The person who accrues the most successes will be awarded the Hardwick Horticultural Trophy to be retained until 2017 show. There will be a prize for the best photo/artwork entries & all entries will be displayed on the web site www.hardwickvillage.com

Under 8s only
24 – A photo or piece of art with a Hardwick theme
25 – Any baked item
8 to 16 years olds only
26 – A photo or piece of art with a Hardwick theme
27 – Any baked item

Entries to be at JOHN BRIDLES HALL
Between 10.00 am and 12.00 noon

Rules And Running Order Of The Day

• Doors will be open at 10am for people to drop off their produce to be judged
• Doors will be closed at 12 noon for judging – and no one shall be allowed into the hall while judging takes place
• Doors re-open at 2.00pm for the public to look at the produce and to see who has won certificates (the judges decision is final)
• Teas and cakes will also be served from 2.00pm onwards
• 4.00pm any produce left on the tables will then be auctioned to the public and proceeds will go towards the maintenance of John Bridles Hall

When entering your produce please make sure that you place your name on a piece of paper, and then fold it to hide your name.
Place your produce in the right category
Place the paper under your produce.
Points will be awarded to the winners and the person with the most points will win the Horticultural Cup for the year.

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