Welcome to the

2020 Virtual Summer Show

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The 2020 Virtual Summer Show of Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables,
Handicrafts and Photography 
View the Show and enjoy Afternoon Teas in your Living Room
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1     ONE SPECIMEN H.T. ROSE

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Sue Goodsall

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Alan Pitt

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Ian Parsons

Jean Steven

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Chris Redknap

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Teresa Welch

2     ONE SCENTED ROSE: TO BE JUDGED ON PERFUME ALONE

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Sue Goodsall

3     THREE H.T. ROSES – three stems of one variety

Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

4      THREE H.T. ROSES – three stems, three varieties

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Ian Parsons

5     FIVE H.T. ROSES – five stems, two or more varieties

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Ian Parsons

6     FLORIBUNDA ROSES – three stems of one variety

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Teresa Welch

8     NINE PANSY AND/OR VIOLA BLOOMS

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Judith Parsons

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Chris Redknap

9     ANNUALS – one variety (excluding Sweet Peas)

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Chris Redknap

11   FLOWERING SHRUBS AND/OR FLOWERING TREES: one or more varieties

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Sue Goodsall

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Chris Redknap

12   HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – one variety (excluding Roses)

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Diane Colin

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Chris Redknap

13   HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS – mixed (excluding Roses)

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Teresa Welch

14   SWEET PEAS – nine stems, two or more varieties

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Bob Adams

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Teresa Welch

15    ANY OTHER FLOWER – not listed above

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Bob Adams

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Ian Parsons

16   AN ARRANGEMENT OF ANY MIXED FLOWERS IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER

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Teresa Welch

17   A FLOWERING PLANT IN A POT

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Linda Wainwright

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Sue Goodsall

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Chris Redknap

18   A POT OF FLOWERING BULBS, TUBERS, RHIZOMES, CORMS OR SIMILAR

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Colin Hewitt

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Chris Redknap

19   A FOLIAGE ONLY ARRANGEMENT 

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Judith Parsons

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Sue Goodsall

20   AN ARRANGEMENT IN A WINEGLASS

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Sue Goodsall

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Judith Parsons

21        AN ARRANGEMENT IN A BASKET USING FLOWERS, FRUIT AND GRASSES

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Judith Parsons

22   ONE DISH OF BLACKCURRANTS – on strigs. 

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Sheila Blair

23   ONE DISH OF REDCURRANTS – on strigs.

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Sheila Blair

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

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Sue Goodsall

Chris Redknap

Teresa Welch

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Trevor Green

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Ian Parsons

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Teresa Welch

26   FIVE POTATOES – one variety

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Bob Adams

28   NINE PODS OF PEAS – one variety

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Sheila Blair

29    TWO LETTUCES – one variety with washed roots intact

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Ian Parsons

30   THREE BEETROOTS – one variety

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Bob Adams

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Teresa Welch

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Judith Parsons

Sheila Blair

Bob Adams

31   NINE PODS OF BROAD BEANS – one variety

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Bob Adams

32    RADISHES – bunch of twelve

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Ian Parsons

33   SPRING ONIONS – bunch of twelve

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Bob Adams

34   ANY OTHER VEGETABLE NOT SPECIFIED

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Teresa Welch

36   VASE OF MIXED CULINARY HERBS

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Sue Goodsall

38   ANY HAND CRAFTED ITEM NOT LISTED IN CLASSES 39 - 41

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Linda Wainwright

39   AN EMBROIDERY OR CROSS STITCH EXHIBIT

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Eileen Green

40   A HAND-MADE GARMENT

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Jean Steven

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Judith Parsons

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Sue Goodsall

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Jean Steven

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Linda Wainwright

41   A HAND-MADE SOFT TOY

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Eileen Green

42  ‘ROUND & SQUARE’ - a set of 2 photos: 1 depicting ‘ROUND’, 1 depicting ‘SQUARE’

Round

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Square

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Sue Goodsall

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Chris Redknap

43   ‘A LOCAL SCENE’ - please state where photograph was taken

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St Johns Park

- 3 Pokers

Sue Goodsall

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Mill Pond at Bedelands Nature Reserve (model Finn the dog!)

Wendy Muddell

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St John's Church

Judith Parsons

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The Sea at Hove

Chris Redknap

44   ‘THROUGH THE WINDOW’

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Sue Goodsall

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Chris Redknap

45   A JAR OF JAM in a 450gm (1 lb) jar approx.

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Teresa Welch

49   SIX SAUSAGE ROLLS IN PUFF PASTRY.

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Judith Parsons

50   SIX CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

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Judith Parsons

51    A LIGHT FRUIT CAKE

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Judith Parsons

The Classes for the 2020 Summer show are:

 FLOWERSRoses 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            A FOLIAGE ONLY ARRANGEMENT Maximum space: 600mm x 600mm (2ft x 2ft) No height 

       restriction.

20            AN ARRANGEMENT IN A WINEGLASS Arrangements may be any size - no space restrictions.

21            AN ARRANGEMENT IN A BASKET USING FLOWERS, FRUIT AND GRASSES 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

 

SOFT FRUIT

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

 

VEGETABLES

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” Page 16 of the 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

PHOTOGRAPHYall photos to have been taken by the exhibitor within the last 12 months – no previously exhibited

photo allowed – maximum print size A4.

42             ‘ROUND & SQUARE’ - a set of 2 photos: 1 depicting ‘ROUND’, 1 depicting ‘SQUARE’

43             ‘A LOCAL SCENE’ - please state where photograph was taken.

44             ‘THROUGH THE WINDOW’

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             SIX CHEESE STRAWS

49             SIX SAUSAGE ROLLS IN PUFF PASTRY. Pastry can be shop bought.

50             SIX CHOCOLATE BROWNIES

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            'A FARMYARD FRIEND'. Make a model of a farm animal using any natural materials.

 

9 YEARS TO 16 YEARS

53            'A FARMYARD FRIEND'. Make a model of a farm animal using any natural materials.

The JAMIE BERRY MEMORIAL CUP awarded for the best exhibit in Classes 52 – 53

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