HILL ALLOTMENTS ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL FRUIT & VEGETABLE SHOW
SUNDAY 22nd AUGUST 2021
Painting by Chris Hammond Plot 2A
SPECIAL THANKS TO
ALLAN REDFERN AND ANNE LINNECOR
For organising the raffle and donations from William Wheat, Oakdene Nurseries & Valley Nurseries.
PLEASE NOTE THAT TICKETS SOLD DURING THE FLOWER & DOMESTIC SHOW ON AUGUST 1st WILL BE INCLUDED IN THIS DRAW
JEAN & RITA (and Partners) For organising the Barbecue.
THE JUDGES For their expertise in judging our produce.
Thank you to all who made very generous donations to provide prizes for our raffle and to everyone who helped with the setting up of the Show this morning and those who intend to help tidy up at the end of this very busy day.
A small number of printed versions of the schedule will be available. Alternatively you can print out this schedule and entry form if you wish. (pdf version)
10.00am to 1.45pm Staging of exhibits. No staging will be allowed after 1.45pm,
2.00pm to 4.30pm Judging. (Only Judges and Stewards allowed in the exhibition areas).
4.30pm to 5.00pm Viewing. Please do not remove exhibits before 5.00pm.
5.00pm Distribution of prize money
6.00pm Close of Show
|F.O. & DISTRICT ALLOTMENT CUP||For the BEST COLLECTION (Class 1)|
|BILL EAGLESFIELD CENTENARY TROPHY||For the BEST COLLECTION (Class 2)|
|J STANWAY CHALLENGE CUP||For the highest aggregate of points in the VEGETABLE CLASSES 1-38|
|THE REVILL CUP||For the highest aggregate of points in ALL classes in the Annual Fruit & Vegetable Show and the Bloom'n Bake Bonanza Event|
|W.T.MORRIS PERPETUAL CHALLENGE SHIELD||For the BEST EXHIBIT in the VEGETABLE CLASSES 1-38|
|All other classes||£1||75p||50p|
|1||COLLECTION||5 different classes of vegetables. Quantity of individual classes as per schedule or, if not in schedule, then no more than 3 of each. All displayed within a space 75cm wide. Entry to this class precludes entry to class 2 & vice versa.|
|2||COLLECTION||3 different classes of vegetables. Quantity of individual classes as per schedule or, if not in schedule, then no more than 3 of each. All displayed within a space 60cm wide.|
|5||ONIONS - FROM SEEDS/SETS||3 under 250grms each. Trimmed to 5cm tops, folded & tied to 2.5 cm|
|6||ONIONS - FROM SEEDS/SETS||3 over 250grms each. Trimmed to 5cm tops, folded & tied to 2.5 cm|
|7||ONIONS – SPRING||1 bunch of 6|
|8||BEANS||7 Runner varieties, with stalk|
|9||BEANS||7 Dwarf/french varieties, with stalk|
|10||PEAS||7 Pods, with stalk|
|11||CARROTS||3 of the same variety - tops trimmed to 7.5cm|
|12||BEETROOT||3 round, tops trimmed to 7.5cm|
|13||BEETROOT||3 long or cylindrical, tops trimmed to 7.5cm|
|14||MARROW||1 for the table. Maximum length 30cm|
|15||COURGETTES||3 for the table|
|16||SHALLOTS||10 Pickling - under 30mm in diameter|
|17||SHALLOTS||10 Culinary large|
|18||CABBAGE||1 head, stem cut to 7.5cm|
|19||CAULIFLOWER||1 head, stem cut to 7.5cm|
|20||CHARD||9 leaves displayed in a water filled clear glass vase|
|21||KALE||7 leaves displayed in a water filled clear glass vase|
|22||LETTUCE||1 any variety, shown as grown|
|23||LEEKS||3 any variety, shown as grown||24||CUCUMBER||1 shown as grown|
|25||TOMATOES||3 large beefsteak variety minimum 75mm diameter|
|26||TOMATOES||5 medium size approx 60mm diameter|
|27||TOMATOES||9 small, cherry or plum variety maximum 35mm diameter|
|28||PEPPERS||2 sweet mature|
|29||PEPPERS||5 chilli with stalk attached|
|30||GARLIC||3 bulbs trimmed roots and approx 25mm well dried stem|
|31||SWEETCORN||3 cobs with silks attached and small portion of stalk intact|
|32||HERB||single variety, to fill a provided vase approx 150mm high and 65mm diameter|
|33||BEAN RUNNER||1 the longest|
|34||MARROW||1 the heaviest|
|35||COURGETTE||1 the heaviest|
|36||ONION||1 the heaviest - shown as grown but leaves trimmed to 75mm/3" and roots trimmed off|
|37||POTATO||1 the heaviest|
|38||ANY||1 the oddest shaped vegetable|
|40||BLACKBERRIES||12 with fresh calyces and having stalks|
|41||BLUEBERRIES||on strigs (clusters) in dish and weight between 200g and 250g|
|42||CURRANTS||black on strigs in dish and weight between 200g and 250g|
|43||CURRANTS||red on strigs in dish and weight between 200g and 250g|
|44||CURRANTS||white on strigs in dish and weight between 200g and 250g|
|45||CHERRIES||12 with stalks|
|46||RASPBERRIES||12 with fresh calyces and having stalks|
|47||STRAWBERRIES||9 with fresh calyces and having stalks|
|48||RHUBARB||3 stalks – leaves trimmed to 75mm|
G E N E R A L . R U L E S. F O R . E X H I B I T O R S
1 Entry to all classes is open to all Plot Holders, Club Members, their immediate families and employees of the club. NB:- Any points awarded cannot be combined with any other entrant.
2 All vegetable & fruitclasses MUST have been grown by the exhibitor.
3 No competitor shall exhibit more than one entry per class.
4 All exhibits “shown as grown” must be cleaned.
5 The exhibitor, unless stated otherwise in the schedule, must use the containers provided by the Association.
6 Any exhibits not conforming to the wordings of the Schedule will be disqualified.
7 The entrance fee for each class will be as stated in the Schedule.
8 Exhibitors cards are to be collected from the Show Secretary between 10.00am and 12.30pm on the day of the show and must be placed name side downwards in front of the exhibit.
9 Staging times for exhibits are as specified in the Schedule.
10 The prize monies will be as stated in the Schedule and presented at the end of the show.
11 No exhibits are to be removed until after the viewing time stated in the Schedule.
12 Trophies will be presented at the Plot Luck Supper Night which will in October, date to be announced and only to those who attend (unless there are mitigating circumstances).
13 Any anomalies or disputes arising that are not provided for within these Rules or stated in the Schedule, shall be referred to and decided by the Potholders’ Committee.
The Association will in no way be responsible for injury, accident, damage or loss of the property of any person.
Click here for the Show Entry Form