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Welcome to the
2021 Virtual Autumn Show

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The 2021
Virtual Autumn Show of Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables
and Cookery
 

View the Show and enjoy Afternoon Teas in your Living Room
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1     ANNUALS – one variety

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Liz Gordon

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Teresa Welch

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Jean Steven

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Ian Parsons

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Chris Redknap

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Sue Goodsall

2     ANNUALS – mixed

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Teresa Welch

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Ian Parsons

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Chris Redknap

3     GLADIOLI – one stem

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Sue Goodsall

4      HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – one variety (excl. Dahlias, Chrysanthemums and Roses)

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Roy Godsmark

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Liz Gordon

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Judith Parsons

5     HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – mixed (excl. Dahlias, Chrysanthemums and Roses)

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Teresa Welch

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Chris Redknap

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Judith Parsons

7     THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER – one specimen bloom

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Jean Steven

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Susanne Williams

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Ian Parsons

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Sue Goodsall

8     ROSES – any type – any variety or varieties

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Ian Parsons

9     DAHLIAS – one variety  – three stems

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

10   DAHLIAS – one variety  – five stems

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Teresa Welch

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Ian Parsons

11   DAHLIAS – mixed  – five stems – two or more varieties

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

12   DAHLIAS - ONE SPECIMEN BLOOM

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Ian Parsons

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Chris Redknap

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Teresa Welch

13   ONE FUCHSIA IN A POT

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Roy Godsmark

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Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

14    ONE FLOWERING PLANT IN A POT (excl. Fuchsia and Saintpaulia (African Violet))

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Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

15   ONE CACTUS OR SUCCULENT IN A POT

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Sue Goodsall

17   ONE FOLIAGE PLANT IN A POT

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Chris Redknap

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Sue Goodsall

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Teresa Welch

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Judith Parsons

18   FIVE POTATOES – one variety

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

19   THREE CARROTS – one variety

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Teresa Welch

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Ian Parsons

23   THREE ONIONS – one variety

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Ian Parsons

24   NINE RUNNER BEANS – one variety

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Ian Parsons

27   FIVE TOMATOES – one variety (not cherry-type)

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Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

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Ian Parsons

28    NINE TOMATOES – CHERRY-TYPE – one variety. Not to exceed 35mm (1⅜ ins) dia

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

29   THREE COURGETTES – one variety

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Ian Parsons

32   ANY OTHER VEGETABLE NOT SPECIFIED – quantity as “Single Dish List”

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

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Judith Parsons

34    VEGETABLE ANIMAL / MODEL

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Ian Parsons

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Judith Parsons

35   A PATIO POT - a mixed display of at least four different types or varieties of plants

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Teresa Welch

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Sue Goodsall

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Judith Parsons

36   A VEGETABLE DISPLAY Any 5 different vegetables – one of each.

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

37   A COMBINED CLASS – a vase of flowers, mixed or one variety using a Society vase                                            plus an exhibit of vegetables, one variety

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

39   FIVE DESSERT APPLES – one variety

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Sue Goodsall

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Teresa Welch

42   ONE DISH OF ANY OTHER FRUIT – one variety with stalks or strigs

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Teresa Welch

43   A BAKEWELL TART

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Flo Whitaker

44  SIX CHEESE SCONES

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Sue Goodsall

45   A VICTORIA SPONGE with jam only filling

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Judith Parsons

46   SIX ROCK CAKES

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Sue Goodsall

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Judith Parsons

47   GINGERBREAD – not biscuits

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Sue Goodsall

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Judith Parsons

50   A JAR OF STONE FRUIT JAM – in a 450gm (1 lb) jar approx.

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Teresa Welch

51   CHUTNEY OR PICKLE – in a 450gm (1 lb) jar, approx.

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Teresa Welch

52    THE LONGEST RUNNER BEAN

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Ian Parsons

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Jean Steven

53    THE HEAVIEST MARROW

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Ian Parsons

54    THE HEAVIEST ONION

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Ian Parsons

55    THE HEAVIEST BEETROOT

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Ian Parsons

56    THE THREE HEAVIEST POTATOES (any variety or varieties)

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Ian Parsons

The Classes for the 2021 Autumn show are:

FLOWERS

1              ANNUALS – one variety

2              ANNUALS – mixed

3              GLADIOLI – one stem

4              HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – one variety (excl. Dahlias, Chrysanthemums and Roses)

5              HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – mixed (excl. Dahlias, Chrysanthemums and Roses)

6              CHRYSANTHEMUMS – any variety or varieties

7              THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER – one specimen bloom

8              ROSES – any type – any variety or varieties

The MRS A. W. McCULLY CUP awarded for best exhibit in Classes 1 - 8

DAHLIAS

9              ONE VARIETY – three stems

10            ONE VARIETY – five stems

11            MIXED – five stems - two or more varieties

12            ONE SPECIMEN BLOOM

The DEREK SEWELL TROPHY awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 9 - 12

 

POT PLANTS

13            ONE FUCHSIA IN A POT

14            ONE FLOWERING PLANT IN A POT (excl. Fuchsia and Saintpaulia (African Violet))

15            ONE CACTUS OR SUCCULENT IN A POT

16            ONE SAINTPAULIA (AFRICAN VIOLET) IN A POT

17            ONE FOLIAGE PLANT IN A POT

The D. H. SMITH CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 13 - 17

 

VEGETABLES

18            FIVE POTATOES – one variety

19            THREE CARROTS – one variety

20            TWO CABBAGES – one variety

21            NINE SHALLOTS – exhibition size

22            NINE SHALLOTS – pickling: under 30mm (1¼ inch) diameter

23            THREE ONIONS – one variety

24            NINE RUNNER BEANS – one variety

25            TWO CUCUMBERS – one variety

26            TWO VEGETABLE MARROWS – one variety.  Not to exceed 350mm (14 ins) in length

27            FIVE TOMATOES – one variety (not cherry-type)

28            NINE TOMATOES – CHERRY-TYPE – one variety. Not to exceed 35mm (1 ins) dia

29            THREE COURGETTES – one variety

30            FIVE LEEKS – one variety

31            VASE OF MIXED CULINARY HERBS IN SOCIETY VASE

32            ANY OTHER VEGETABLE NOT SPECIFIED – quantity as “Single Dish List” Page 16 of the Schedule

33            FOR FIRST TIME EXHIBITORS ONLY – any one class from Classes 18 – 32 inclusive. Entries must conform to the

       stated class, e.g. THREE CARROTS – one variety

The M. W. HAMMOND CUP awarded for best exhibit in Classes 18 - 33

 

34             VEGETABLE ANIMAL / MODEL


35             A PATIO POT - must contain a mixed display of at least four different types or varieties of plants. Pot not to exceed

        350mm (14ins) internal diameter.

The HOLLIS CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Class 35

 

36             A VEGETABLE DISPLAY        Any 5 different vegetables – one of each.

The R. W. HAMMOND CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Class 36

 

37            A COMBINED CLASS – a vase of flowers, mixed or one variety using a Society vase plus an exhibit of vegetables,

                one variety as per vegetable section.

The PERCY PARSONS MEMORIAL SHIELD awarded for the best exhibit in Class 37

 

FRUIT

38            FIVE COOKING APPLES – one variety

39            FIVE DESSERT APPLES – one variety

40            FIVE PLUMS – one variety

41            FIVE PEARS – one variety

42            ONE DISH OF ANY OTHER FRUIT – one variety with stalks or strigs

The G. PRINCE CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 38 - 42

 

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.

43            A BAKEWELL TART

44            SIX CHEESE SCONES

45            A VICTORIA SPONGE with jam only filling.

46            SIX ROCK CAKES

47            GINGERBREAD – not biscuits

48            SHORTBREAD – six pieces

49            A JAR OF SOFT FRUIT JAM – in a 450gm (1 lb) jar approx.

50            A JAR OF STONE FRUIT JAM – in a 450gm (1 lb) jar, approx.

51            CHUTNEY OR PICKLE – in a 450gm (1 lb) jar approx.

The ERNIE KNIGHT CUT GLASS BOWL awarded for best exhibit in Classes 43 – 51

NOVELTY    

52            THE LONGEST RUNNER BEAN

53            THE HEAVIEST MARROW

54            THE HEAVIEST ONION

55            THE HEAVIEST BEETROOT

56            THE THREE HEAVIEST POTATOES (any variety or varieties)

The BOB SQUIRES TROPHY will be awarded to the exhibitor gaining the most points overall in classes 52-56.

 

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

57            A MODEL USING RECYCLABLE MATERIAL THAT YOU WOULD NORMALLY PUT IN A RECYCLING BIN

9 YEARS TO 16 YEARS

58            A MODEL USING RECYCLABLE MATERIAL THAT YOU WOULD NORMALLY PUT IN A RECYCLING BIN

The AUTUMN JUNIOR GARDENERS CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 57 – 58

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