111th Camelford Show 2017

Camelford and District Agricultural Society Limited

 
 

 

 

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HORTICULTURAL AND HANDICRAFT SECTION


Wednesday 9th August 2017

 

ENTRIES CLOSE 7th August 2017


NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Hon Secretary:
Mrs. Elaine Reynolds Tel: 01840 212555  Mob: 07715 333624

Please send entries to:
Mrs. Elaine Reynolds, Flowers From Bruallen, 67 High Street, Delabole PL33 9AH

 

 

RULES FOR EXHIBITORS.


• All exhibitors will be charged to enter the show ground - but if they
leave the show ground before 10am the entry fee may be refunded from
a gate steward.
• All exhibitors must fill in the appropriate form, stating clearly the classes in which they
wish to compete in.
• ONE ENTRY PER CLASS PER EXHIBITOR.
• All entry forms to be returned by SUNDAY 6th AUGUST to
Flowers from Bruallen 67 high street Delabole Cornwall PL33 9AH 01840 212555
or Stephens Home Hardware 12 Market Place Camelford Pl33 9PB
• NO LATE ENTRYS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
• No alterations will be permitted on the day of the show.
• The competition area will be open for exhibitors from 7:00am on the day of the show,
items staged before this time will be at exhibitors own risk.
• All exhibitors must have staged their entry and have left the exhibition area by 9:15am.
• Exhibitors should follow the signs for gate 2 or 3 and park at the rear of the marquee
to bring exhibits in for staging.
• Class cards corresponding to the entry must be displayed by the exhibit. Exhibits not
having a appropriate card will not be judged.
• The Show committee reserve the right to inspect exhibitors gardens – all vegetables
and flowers must have been grown by the exhibitors.
• All cookery items must have been home made by the exhibitor.
• Failure to comply with theses request will disqualify exhibitors.
• Judging will commence at 9:30am – The tent will then be closed for judging .
• The competition area will be open to the general public at 1pm approx.
• No items to be removed from the exhibition area until 16:30pm approx.
• Cup winners need to be in the horticulture & handicraft tent by 2pm for prize giving
by the vice president Mrs Sally Moore and Miss Madge Walkie.
• The cup winners will be asked to sign for the cup and please return them by 1st July
2018.
• Each child exhibitor will receive a show rosette.
• Points will be awarded on the following basis.
1st – 3 points, 2nd – 2 points, 3rd – 1 point
 

 

FLORAL ART

All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor, exhibits may be staged the evening before the

show at exhibitors own risk, to be arranged with the section secretary.

The following cups will be awarded in this section for

• The Camelford show cup – exhibitor gaining most points in class 1-5

• Mr E. H Dennis show cup – Judge to award for Best over all exhibit

in classes 1 – 5

• Rev David Williams cup – winner of class 3

1 Egg Shell - Petite arrangement - in an egg shell overall size not to exceed

6 inch space

2 Fabulous Foliage - An arrangement using foliages/ berry’s/moss & wood

only. Size 75cm x 75cm no height restriction.

3 Re- Cycle! – A floral arrangement to include a bicycle wheel using fresh

flowers and foliage, accessories can be used. Size 75cm x 75cm height

unlimited.

4 Country Market (Still life), -an exhibit. Size 75cm x 75cm space height

unlimited.

5 Shooting Stars - An Exhibit of own choice flowers and foliages must

predominate, accessories may be used. Size 75cm x 75 cm.

 

FLOWERS

All exhibits must have been grown by the exhibitor for at least 8 weeks prior to the show,

all gardens can be inspected by the show committee/ judge.

In this section cups will be awarded for the following

• Miss P Neal cup best over all exhibit in classes 6 - 20

• Mason family cup - Winner of class 8 (Dahlias)

• Tony Madge cup - Winner of class 9 (Roses)

6 1 head of Hydrangea – any variety.

7 1 stem of Sunflower - any variety.

8 3 blooms of Dahlia – any variety.

9 3 blooms of Garden grown roses only – please state variety.

10 3 blooms of Marigold – any variety.

11 6 x Pansy – displayed on a board.

12 1 x stem of Lily.

13 1 x spike of Gladioli.

14 6 x stems of Sweet Peas.

15 Vase of mixed garden grown cut flowers – 4 kinds or more.

16 potted geranium in flower.

17 Orchid – in a pot any species or Hybrid

18 Small Planted window box OR tub

19 Non Flowering foliage pot plant.

20 Pot plant- any variety not before stated.

 

VEGETABLES

All vegetables must have been grown by the exhibitor, The committee/ Judge reserve the

right to inspect gardens.

In this section cups will be awarded for

• C & DAA cup – Judge to award for Best over all exhibit in classes 21-37

• Michael Scott perpetual challenge cup presented by Paul Hayward

  for the largest onion in class 32

• Mason family cup for winner in class 37.

21 3 x Carrots – with tops trimmed any variety.

22 3 x Globe Beetroot – with tops timed, approx 3 inch.

23 4 x white Potatoes

24 4 coloured or coloured eye Potatoes

25 6 x Pea pods.

26 longest Runner bean

27 6 x Runner beans

28 6 x Shallots – any variety on a tray not to exceed 9 x 9 inch

29 3 x Leeks

30 3 x Onions – spring sown with tops.

31 3 x Onions – grown from sets.

32 Largest Onion.

33 3 x Courgettes.

34 4 x Tomatoes on a plate or tray.

35 4 x cherry Tomatoes on a plate or tray.

36 1 x Cucumber.

37 1 each of any 4 variety of vegetables displayed on a tray/cloth in a max

12inch square space.

 

COOKERY

All exhibits must be the work of the Exhibitors.

In this section cups will be Awarded for

• M.F & C. M Murphy cup – winner with most points in classes 38-48.

• Mason family cup – winner of class 38.

38 Cornish pasty - NO BIGGER THAN 7 INCH IN LENGTH

39 Quiche – any variety.

40 4 x Bread rolls – any variety.

41 Focaccia Bread

42 Cheesecake – Any Choice

43 A Lemon Drizzle Cake

44 A Victoria sponge.

45 4 x chocolate brownies

46 Picnic for 2 – must include 2 different items of savoury, 1 item of sweet

displayed own choice

47 Old-fashioned Cherry Cake Delia Online - (recipe below)

48 Decorated cake – judged on decoration only

Recipe for class 47 - Old-fashioned Cherry Cake Delia Online

Ingredients 200g glacι cherries ½ level teaspoon baking powder

175g block butter, at room temperature 75g ground almonds

175g golden caster sugar a few drops almond extract

3 large eggs, whisked lightly 1 dessertspoon milk

175g plain flour

Additional Pre-heat the oven to 180°C, gas mark 4

Equipment 18cm Round Cake Tin, buttered and with base and sides lined

Method

Begin by preparing the cherries.

If they’re dripping in syrup, pat them dry with kitchen paper, then slice each one into four.

For the cake, cream the butter and sugar together until light, pale and fluffy. Now gradually

beat in the whisked eggs a little at a time. Then sift the flour and baking powder together,

and carefully fold this into the creamed mixture using a metal spoon. Toss two thirds of the

cherries together with the ground almonds and carefully fold these into the cake, adding one

or two drops of almond extract and the milk.

Now spoon the cake mix into the prepared tin, level off the top with the back of a spoon, then

sprinkle over the remaining third of the cherries and poke them just under the surface with a

teaspoon. Bake the cake near the centre of the oven for 50 minutes, then cover with foil and

continue cooking for a further 10 minutes, or until the centre is springy to touch.

Cool the cake in the tin for 15 minutes before turning it out onto a wire rack to cool.

Store in an airtight tin.

 

PRESERVES– Home made

In this section the following cup will be awarded.

• Camelford Charities Committee Cup- Judge to award for best over all preserve in

classes 49-52

49 Jar of Chutney – any variety.

50 Jar of Jam- any variety.

51 Jar of Marmalade – any variety.

52 Jar of Lemon curd – any variety

 

ART – Adult

In this section cups will be awarded

• Mr R.R Crosley DSC & Mrs Crosley Trophy – Judge to award for best overall

exhibit in classes 53-58

53 Painting – Any Media Subject Landscape

54 Painting – Any media subject Still life

55 Painting – any media subject figure(‘s)

56 Drawing/painting – any Media subject Building/Structure

57 Pottery/ceramic – any form

58 Sculpture – Any form

 

HANDICRAFTS – Adult

All the exhibits must be the work of the Exhibitors.

In this section cups will be awarded

• Mr C. Batten cup – Judge to Award for Best overall Exhibit in class 59-68

59 Hand knitted item – please state

60 Crochet item – please state

61 Patch work article – hand or machine sewn – please state.

62 Needle craft/Hand embroidery – please state.

63 Make a Bloom! – Single flower head on a stalk made out of recycled

materials.

64 Something NEW from something Old – please state.

65 Item of handicraft not mentioned (please state).

66 A Decorative Mobile/hanging design - to be hung- made from any

medium

67 Item of Handmade jewellery – Any Medium

68 A Scarecrow

No points in this class – TROPHIES TO KEEP FOR 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize

Individual or group/family entry (exhibitor must bring fixing to display

entry and to be displayed and judged outside the marquee)

 

PHOTOGRAPHY – Adult

All Exhibits must be mounted on card, no larger than A4.

Size of photo own choice unless stated NO LARGER THAN 10 x 8.

Please ensure your name is on the back of your entry.

Photographs must have been taken by the exhibitor and not been a winning entry in any

previous Camelford shows.

In this section a cup will be awarded

• Mrs D. Merrett cup – Judge to award for best overall exhibit in classes 69 - 76

• Cup awarded for Best Black and white Exhibit.

69 Colour photograph – with Farming in mind

70 Colour photograph – Nature’s Awakening.

71 Colour photograph – Reflection.

72 Colour photograph – Garden Splendour

73 Colour photograph – Any Choice

74 Colour photograph – texture

75 Black and White – In the wilds

76 Black and white photograph – Capture the season

ADDITIONAL CUPS WILL BE AWARDED

• F.W Jones cup – Awarded to the exhibitor gaining most points in classes 1 - 76

EXCLUDING CLASS 68 (SCARECROW)

• Parsons Family cup - Awarded to the Exhibitor gaining the next highest points in

classes 1 – 76 EXCLUDING CLASS 68 (SCARECROW

 

 

 

CHILDREN'S SECTION - 16 YEARS AND UNDER.

 

A - 5 Y EARS AND U NDER. C - 11 Y EARS TO 13 Y EARS.

B - 6 Y EARS TO 10 Y EARS. D - 14 Y EARS TO 16 Y EARS.

Please state age on all entries and indicate section - A, B , C or D next to the class

number on the entry form.

All exhibits must be the work of the child.

In this section a cup will be awarded

• John Phillips memorial cup – to the overall winner with most points 16 years and

under.

• Kernow properties cup – awarded to overall winner with most points in classes 77a-

85a 6 years and under.

• Mrs R. Rogers cup – Awarded to overall winner with most points in classes 77b-85b

7 years to 11 years

• Abbey life (Eric Dalrymple) cup – Awarded to the overall winner with most points

in classes 77c - 85c 12 years to 16 years.

• CDDA – cup Awarded to the overall winner with most points in classes 77D- 85D 14

years to 16 years

 

HANDICRAFT – Children

77 Model made from fruit and or Vegetables - Own choice

78 Hanging Wind Chime or Mobile

79 Hand painted stone

80 Glitter/ Snow globe in a glass jar – Any Theme.

81 Handmade greeting card.

82 Item made of playdoh

83 Egg Heads with cress Hair

84 Flower arrangement in a pineapple.

85 Flowering planted pot - max size of container 30cm x 30cm height unlimited

 

ART – Children

A – 5 years and under C – 11 years to 13 Y ears

B – 6 Y ears to 10 years D – 14 years to 16 years

In this section cups will be Awarded-

• W. R. Stephens &son cup – Overall winner with most points in classes 86a – 91a

5years and under.

• Miss P. Neal cup – Overall winner with most points in classes 86b – 91b 6 years to

10 years.

• Camelford & District Horticultural Association cup – winner with most points in

classes 86c – 91c 11years to 13 years

• Camelford & District Horticultural Association Cup – Winner with most points in

classes 86D – 91D 14years to 16 years

86 Drawing - Design a page for the Camelford show Horticultural schedule.

– the winning design will be printed in next year’s 2018 show schedule.

A5 size only.

87 Textured College – landscape – mixed media inc collage & printing

88 Painting – any media subject Animals (please state)

89 Painting – Any media Subject landscape

90 Sculpture – Any Subject

91 A model animal – made from any medium

 

PHOTOGRAPHY – Children’s

Please mount all photos on A4 card with child’s NAME & AGE on the back.

92 A colour photograph – my pet.

93 A colour photograph –Wildlife

94 A colour photograph – A day at the seaside

 

COOKERY – Children

In this section cup will be awarded –

• CDDA - Committee perpetual cup - overall winner with most points in classes 95a-

98a - 5 years and under.

• CDDA – Mr & Mrs W Pethick Perpetual cup – overall winner with most points in

classes 95b – 98b - 6 years to 10 years.

• CDDA – Mr & Mrs A.G Daniel perpetual cup - overall winner with most points in

classes 95c – 98c -11 years to 13 years

• CDDA – Cup 95 D – 98 D 14 years – 16 years

95 3 x Decorated Fairy cakes in bun cases on a plate.

96 3 x sausage rolls on a plate.

97 4 X Jam tarts on a plate.

98 4 x Cookies – Any Flavour.

 

Secretary of Horticultural & Handicraft - Mrs Elaine Reynolds

Flowers from Bruallen, 67 High Street, Delabole, Cornwall PL33 9AH

01840 212555 / 07715 333624

Steward for point scoring – Mrs Rebecca Coleman

Steward – Miss Sophie Cobbledick

 

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