Summer Show 2018
The 2018 Summer Show of Flowers, Floral Art, Fruit, Vegetables, Handicrafts, Cookery and Photography
was held on the 30th June in the Cyprus Hall, Cyprus Road, RH15 8DX between 1:30pm and 3:45pm.
During the show, Afternoon Teas were served and there was a Produce Stall and Tombola
Highlights from Summer 2018
Photos © Tim Kendell (2018)
PRIZE & AWARD WINNERS SUMMER SHOW 2018
Class First Second Third
1. Ian Parsons Charlie Armstrong Jackie Smith
2 Ian Parsons Sue Goodsall Charlie Armstrong
3 Ian Parsons
4 No Entries
5 No Entries
6 Ian Parsons
7 Ian Parsons
THE JOY BARCLAY PARKER MEMORIAL TROPHY
Best exhibit in classes 1-7 Ian Parsons (Class 6)
8. Carolyn Gardner Jackie Smith Liz Armstrong
9. David Griffin John Ellis
10. David Griffin
11. Jackie Smith
12. John Ellis
13. Jackie Smith David Griffin Wendy Muddell
14. W R Adams Liz Armstrong
15. Ian Parsons W R Adams John Ellis
16. No Entries
17. Margaret Prime Jackie Smith David Griffin
18. Charlie Armstrong John Ellis
THE RON WALLIS TROPHY
Best exhibit in classes 8-18 Ian Parsons (Class 15)
19. Judith Parsons
20. Jackie Smith Judith Parsons Carolyn Gardner
21. Teresa Welch Judith Parsons
THE LT COL S T MAYNARD BOWL
Best exhibit in classes 19-21 Teresa Welch (Class 21)
22. No Entries
23. No Entries
24. Judith Parsons Carolyn Gardner
25. Teresa Welch David Griffin
THE ERNEST J PUTLAND CUP
Best exhibit in classes 22-25 Judith Parsons (Class 24)
26. W R Adams Charlie Armstrong Teresa Welch
27. W R Adams
28. Mick Cook
29. Ian Parsons
30. W R Adams Ian Parsons Liz Armstrong
31. Charlie Armstrong Mick Cook
32. Ian Parsons
33. W R Adams
34. W R Adams Ian Parsons Charlie Armstrong
35. No Entries
36. Carolyn Gardner
THE A W TAYLOR CUP
Best exhibit in classes 26-36 W R Adams Class (34)
37. Margaret Prime Carolyn Gardner
THE FRED BROCKWAY CUP
Best exhibit in classes 37 Margaret Prime
38. Not Awarded Joanne Chaplin
39. Mary Grover Eileen Green
40. Jackie Smith Mary Grover
41. No Entries
THE PHILLIP CHUBB MEMORIAL BOWL
Best exhibit in classes 38-41 Mary Grover (Class 39)
42. Sue Goodsall Sharon Green Joanne Chaplin
43. David Green Jackie Smith Amy Chaplin
44. Trevor Green Judith Parsons Jackie Smith
THE MAURICE WALDER MEMORIAL SALVER
Best exhibit in classes 42-44 Trevor Green (Class 44)
45. Margaret Prime Judith Parsons
46. Judith Parsons
47. Flo Whitaker
48. Carolyn Gardner Eileen Green
49. Carolyn Gardner Judith Parsons Jackie Smith
50. Carolyn Gardner Judith Parsons
51. Flo Whitaker Carolyn Gardner Judith Parsons
Best exhibit in classes 45-51 Carolyn Gardner (Class 48)
8 years and under
52. Isabel Muddell Poppy Muddell
9 years to 16 years
53. Toby Langdown Amy Chaplin
THE JAMIE BERRY MEMORIAL CUP
Best exhibit in classes 52-53 Toby Langdown (Class 51)
The Classes for the 2018 Summer show were:
FLOWERS – Roses should be exhibited with foliage intact.
1 ONE SPECIMEN H.T. ROSE
2 ONE SCENTED ROSE: TO BE JUDGED ON PERFUME ALONE
3 THREE H.T. ROSES – three stems of one variety
4 THREE H.T. ROSES – three stems, three varieties
5 FIVE H.T. ROSES – five stems, two or more varieties
6 FLORIBUNDA ROSES – three stems of one variety
7 FLORIBUNDA ROSES – three stems, two or more varieties
The JOY BARCLAY PARKER MEMORIAL TROPHY awarded for the best vase of roses, Classes 1 – 7
8 NINE PANSY AND/OR VIOLA BLOOMS – display pots provided by the Society.
9 ANNUALS – one variety (excluding Sweet Peas)
10 ANNUALS – mixed (excluding Sweet Peas)
11 FLOWERING SHRUBS AND/OR FLOWERING TREES: one or more varieties
12 HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – one variety (excluding Roses)
13 HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – mixed (excluding Roses)
14 SWEET PEAS – nine stems, two or more varieties
15 ANY OTHER FLOWER – not listed above
16 AN ARRANGEMENT OF ANY MIXED FLOWERS IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER
17 A FLOWERING PLANT IN A POT
18 A POT OF FLOWERING BULBS, TUBERS, RHIZOMES, CORMS OR SIMILAR
The RON WALLIS TROPHY awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 8 - 18
FLORAL ART – Any natural materials, grown or bought may be used. No preparation on show tables permitted. Please note the maximum space allowed.
19 'SUMMER HEDGEROW'. Maximum space: 600mm x 600mm (2ft x 2ft) No height
20 A PETITE EXHIBIT. Max width 250mm (9¾"), depth 250mm (9¾"), height 370mm (14½")
21 'SEASHORE' AN ARRANGEMENT INCORPORATING SEASHELLS Maximum space: 600mm x 600mm (2ft x 2ft)
No height restriction.
The LT. COL. S.T. MAYNARD BOWL awarded for best exhibit in Classes 19 - 21
22 ONE DISH OF BLACKCURRANTS – on strigs. Max. dish size 180mm (7ins) dia.
23 ONE DISH OF REDCURRANTS – on strigs. Max. dish size 180mm (7ins) dia.
24 TWELVE GOOSEBERRIES – one variety. Stalks attached
25 ONE DISH OF ANY OTHER FRUIT – one variety with stalks or strigs. Maximum dish size 180mm (7ins) dia.
The ERNEST J. PUTLAND CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 22 – 25
26 FIVE POTATOES – one variety
27 THREE CARROTS – one variety
28 NINE PODS OF PEAS – one variety
29 TWO LETTUCES – one variety with washed roots intact
30 THREE BEETROOTS – one variety
31 NINE PODS OF BROAD BEANS – one variety
32 RADISHES – bunch of twelve
33 SPRING ONIONS – bunch of twelve
34 ANY OTHER VEGETABLE NOT SPECIFIED quantity as “Single Dish List” Page16 of Schedule
35 FOR FIRST TIME EXHIBITORS ONLY – any one class from Classes 26 – 34 inclusive. Entries must conform to the
stated class, e.g. three carrots – one variety
36 VASE OF MIXED CULINARY HERBS IN SOCIETY VASE
The A.W. TAYLOR CUP awarded for best exhibit in Classes 26 – 36
37 THREE STICKS OF RHUBARB
The FRED BROCKWAY CUP awarded to the winner of Class 37
HANDICRAFTS – no previously exhibited item allowed
38 ANY HAND CRAFTED ITEM NOT LISTED IN CLASSES 39 - 41
39 AN EMBROIDERY OR CROSS STITCH EXHIBIT
40 A HAND-MADE GARMENT
41 A HAND-MADE SOFT TOY
The PHILLIP CHUBB MEMORIAL BOWL awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 38 - 41
PHOTOGRAPHY – all photos to have been taken by the exhibitor within the last 12 months – no previously exhibited photo allowed – maximum print size A4.
42 'WET& DRY' - a set of 2 photos: 1 depicting ‘WET’, 1 depicting ‘DRY’
43 'ORANGE IS THE COLOUR'
44 'THROUGH THE ARCHWAY'
The MAURICE WALDER MEMORIAL SALVER awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 42 - 44
DOMESTIC – All items to be home-made ‘from scratch’ (not from kits) and to be staged by 10 am. Exhibits must be presented on plates, (paper plates acceptable) and displayed under suitable clear hygienic covering. Clear cake domes will be made available for exhibits on show day.
45 A JAR OF JAM in a 450gm (1 lb) jar approx.
46 A JAR OF JELLY in a 225gm (8 oz) jar approx.
47 A JAR OF MARMALADE (NOT SEVILLE) in 450gm (1 lb) jar approx.
48 6 x CHEESE STRAWS
49 6 x SAUSAGE ROLLS IN PUFF PASTRY. Pastry can be shop bought.
50 A MADERIA CAKE (USING A ROUND TIN)
51 A LIGHT FRUIT CAKE
CHILDREN’S CLASSES – for children and grandchildren of members.
Age must be stated on entry form. Please use a separate entry form for each child.
8 YEARS AND UNDER
52 AN EDIBLE NECKLACE.
9 YEARS TO 16 YEARS
53 AN EDIBLE NECKLACE.
The JAMIE BERRY MEMORIAL CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 52 – 53