Wednesday 8th August 2018
ENTRIES CLOSE 6th
NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Mrs. Elaine Reynolds Tel: 01840 212555 Mob: 07715 333624
Please send entries to:
Mrs. Elaine Reynolds, Flowers From Bruallen, 67 High Street, Delabole
RULES FOR EXHIBITORS.
HORTICULTURE & HANDICRAFT - RULES FOR EXHIBITORS
All exhibitors must fill in the appropriate form,
stating clearly the classes in which they wish to
ONE ENTRY PER CLASS PER EXHIBITOR.
All entry forms to be returned by SUNDAY 5th
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
The competition area will be open for
exhibitors from 7:30am on the day of the show, items
before this time will be at exhibitors own risk.
All exhibitors must have staged their entry and
have left the exhibition area by 9am.
EXHIBITORS SHOULD FOLLOW THE SIGNS FOR GATE 1
&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
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
Failure to comply with theses request will
Judging will commence at 9:15am 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 - Mr
The cup winners will be asked to sign for the cup
and please return them by 1st July 2019
Each child exhibitor will receive a show
Points will be awarded on the following basis.
1st 3 points, 2nd 2 points, 3rd 1 point
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 overall exhibit in
classes 1 - 5
Cup In memory of Mr & Mrs E Hughes presented by Mrs Vivienne Leslie -
winner of class 3
1 Hidden Treasure - A Petite arrangement - overall size not to exceed 6
2 Fabulous Foliage - An arrangement using foliages/ berrys /moss & wood
only. Size 75cm x 75cm no height restriction.
3 Pick your seat - A floral arrangement to include a chair using fresh
flowers and foliage, accessories can be used. Staged at floor level.
Size 75cm x 75cm height unlimited.
4 Colour the occasion - An exhibit own choice Flowers and foliage to
predominate accessories can be used. Size 75cm x 75cm space height
5 Reflection - An Exhibit of own choice flowers and foliages must
predominate, accessories may be used. Size 75cm x 75 cm.
HOME GROWN 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 - 17
Mason family cup - winner of class 15 (mixed garden flowers)
Tony Madge cup - winner of class 9 (Roses)
6 1 head of Hydrangea - any variety.
7 1 stem of lily.
8 1 bloom of dahlia - any variety.
9 1 bloom of Garden grown rose only
10 3 blooms of marigold - any variety.
11 6 x Pansy heads - displayed on a board.
12 6 Fuchsia heads displayed on a board.
13 6 x stems of sweet peas.
14 Vase of mixed garden grown cut flowers - 3 varieties only.
15 Vase of mixed garden flowers.
16 Flowering pot plant.
17 Non Flowering pot plant.
HOME GROWN 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 18 -
Michael Scott perpetual challenge cup presented by Paul Hayward for
the largest onion in
Mason family cup for winner in class 34.
18 3 x Carrots - with tops trimmed any variety.
19 3 x Globe Beetroot - with tops timed, approx 3 inch.
20 4 x white Potatoes
21 4 coloured or coloured eye Potatoes
22 6 x Pea pods.
23 longest Runner bean
24 6 x Runner beans
25 6 x Shallots - any variety on a tray not to exceed 9 x 9 inch
26 3 x Leeks
27 3 x Onions - spring sown with tops.
28 3 x Onions - grown from sets.
29 Largest Onion.
30 4 x Tomatoes on a plate or tray.
31 4 x cherry Tomatoes on a plate or tray.
32 1 x Cucumber.
33 1 each of any 4 variety of vegetables displayed on a tray/cloth in a
max 12inch square space
34 Tray of mixed garden grown Vegetable/fruit & a vase of Mixed garden
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 35 - 42.
Mason family cup - winner of class 35.
35 Cornish pasty - NO BIGGER THAN 7 INCH IN LENGTH
36 Quiche - any variety.
37 6 sausage rolls on a plate.
38 6 x Bread rolls - any variety
39 A Lemon Drizzle cake
40 A Victoria Sponge
41 A Decorated Cake - Own choice Judged on Decoration only.
42 4 Raspberry and white Chocolate muffins - See Recipe
Recipes for class 42 muffins
Ingredients 300g plain flour 75g butter, melted
3 eggs 3 teaspoons baking powder
175g raspberries 100g white chocolate diced
½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda 100g caster sugar
150g natural fat-free yogurt 1 teaspoon vanilla essence
To Decorate 50g white chocolate, melted
Line a 12 hole muffin tin with 10 muffin cases. Mix the baking powder
and bicarbonate of soda with the sugar and flour in a bowl.
Fork the melted butter, yogurt, eggs, and vanilla together in a second
bowl until just mixed then add to the dry ingredients and fork together
until just mixed. Add the diced chocolate and raspberries, mix together
briefly then spoon into muffin cases.
Bake in a preheated oven set to 190°C/375°F/Gas Mark 5 for 15-20
minutes until well risen and golden.
Leave the muffins to cool for 10 minutes then loosen the edges of the
cases with a round bladed knife. Lift muffins out of the tin and cool on
a wire rack.
Decorate the muffins with melted chocolate drizzled from a spoon or
piped from a paper piping bag with the tip snipped off. Leave to harden
for 5-10 minutes before serving.
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 43 - 46
43 Jar of Chutney - any variety.
44 Jar of Jam - any variety.
45 Jar of Marmalade - any variety.
46 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 47 - 51
47 Painting - Any Media Subject - what a view.
48 Painting - Any media - Dramatic coast.
49 Drawing - Any media flora en fauna.
50 Sculpture - any form.
51 Pottery / ceramic - any form.
HANDICRAFTS - ADULT
All the exhibits must be the work of the
In this section cups will be awarded Mr C. Batten cup -
Judge to Award for Best overall Exhibit
in class 52 - 58
52 Hand knitted item please state.
53 Crochet item please state.
54 Patch work article hand or machine sewn please state.
55 Needle craft/Hand embroidery please state.
56 Clementine the Cow!! A cow made from any medium.
57 Something NEW from something Old please state.
58 Item of handicraft not mentioned (please state).
59 A scarecrow of any form
No points in this class TROPHYS TO KEEP sponsored by Vice President Mr
Graham White - 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize
Individual or group/family entry (exhibitor must bring fixing to display
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 - For Best Colour exhibit - Classes 61- 63
CDAA Cup awarded for Best Black and white Exhibit. Classes 64 - 67
60 Colour photograph - Flora and fauna.
61 Colour photograph - A great view.
62 Colour photograph - Texture.
63 Colour photograph - capture the season.
64 Black and white - Nature Awakening.
65 Black and white - Texture.
66 Black and White - Animal magic.
67 Black and white - Pause for thought.
Additional cups will be awarded
F.W Jones Cup - Awarded to the exhibitor gaining most points in
classes 1 - 67
CLASS 59 (SCARECROW)
Parsons Family Cup - Awarded to the Exhibitor gaining the next highest
points in classes 1 - 67
EXCLUDING CLASS 59 (SCARECROW)
Presidents Choice CDAA perpetual shield Award - This Award will be
judged by the
President for their chosen best entry.
An Award given in the Adult section and An Award given in the Children
Section Will be given.
THIS CLASS IS OPEN TO ANY CLUB / ORGANISATION / GROUP TO ENTER.
PREPETUAL CUP TO BE AWARDED FOR BEST ENTRY presented by Show presidents
Mrs Sally Moore and Miss Madge Walkey
Title of exhibit INSPIRED BY THE COUNTRYSIDE
Exhibit to be stage in a 75cm x 75cm space height unlimited to include.
An item of cookery, An Item of Handicraft, A hand written Poem, A
Photograph your choice, A Vase of wild / Garden flowers
Please state club on your entry.
CHILDREN'S SECTION - 16 YEARS AND UNDER.
CHILDRENS SECTION - 16
YEARS AND UNDER.
A - 5 YEARS AND UNDER. C - 11 YEARS TO 13 YEARS.
B - 6 YEARS TO 10 YEARS. D - 14 YEARS TO 16 YEARS.
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 68a - 76a 5 years and under.
Mrs R. Rogers cup - Awarded to overall winner with most points in
classes 68b - 76b 6 years to 10 years.
Abbey life (Eric Dalrymple) cup - Awarded to the overall winner with
most points in classes 68c - 76c 11 years to 13 years.
CDAA - cup Awarded to the overall winner with most points in classes
68d - 76d 14 years to 16 years.
HANDICRAFT - CHILDREN
68 Model made from fruit and or Vegetables - Own choice.
69 Hand painted stone.
70 A Royal crown.
71 Handmade greeting card - For Royal wedding!
72 Sid the Sheep - (sheep made from any medium any size).
73 A Tin Man - Made from recycled Tin cans.
74 Flower arrangement in a tea pot.
75 Decorated Jar of garden flowers.
76 Garden on a plate or seed tray.
ART - CHILDREN
In this section cups will be Awarded
W.R Stephens & son cup - Overall winner with most points in classes
77a - 81a 5years and under.
Miss P. Neal cup - Overall winner with most points in classes 77b -
81b 6 years to 10 years.
Camelford & District Horticultural Association cup - Winner with most
points in classes 77c - 81c
11years to 13 years.
Camelford & District Horticultural Association Cup - Winner with most
points in classes 77d - 81d
14years to 16 years.
77 Drawing - Design a page for the Camelford show Horticultural schedule
- the winning design
will be printed in next years
2019 show schedule. A5 size only.
78 Textured College Up in space! mixed media inc collage & printing.
79 Painting - any media Subject - Own choice.
80 Painting - Any media Subject - A favourite view.
81 Sculpture - Any Subject.
PHOTOGRAPHY - CHILDRENS
In this section cups will be Awarded
CDAA Sheild - Overall winner with most points in classes 82 - 85a 5
years and under.
CDAA Sheild - Overall winner with most points in classes 82b - 85b 6
years to 10 years.
CDAA Sheild - Winner with most points in classes 82c - 85c 11 years to
CDAA Sheild - Winner with most points in classes 82d - 85d 14 years to
Please mount all photos on A4 card with childs NAME & AGE on the back.
82 A colour photograph - Fun in the snow.
83 A colour photograph - up close.
84 A colour photograph - My favourite view.
85 Black and white photograph - Textures of Nature.
COOKERY - CHILDREN
In this section cup will be awarded
CDDA - Committee perpetual cup - overall winner with most points in
classes 86a - 90a -5 years and under.
CDDA - Mr & Mrs W Pethick Perpetual cup - overall winner with most
points in classes 86b - 90b - 6 years to 10 years.
CDDA - Mr & Mrs A.G Daniel perpetual cup, overall winner with most
points in classes 86c - 90c -11 years to 13 years
CDDA - Cup 86d - 90d, overall winner with most points 14 years - 16
86 4 x Decorated Royal Fairy cakes in bun cases on a plate.
87 4 x Cookies - Any Flavour.
88 4 Jam Tarts.
89 4 Sausage rolls.
90 A pasty.
Secretary of Horticultural &
Handicraft - Mrs Elaine Reynolds
Flowers from Bruallen, 67 High Street, Delabole, Cornwall PL33 9AH
01840 212555 / 07715 333624
Chief Steward for point scoring - Mrs Rebecca Coleman
President Steward - Miss Sophie Cobbledick
Judges Stewards - Mrs Stephanie Jasper / Mrs Di Pengelly / Mrs Joyce
Mrs Joy Grey/ Mrs Yvonne White / Mrs Jill Findlay