Adel Annual Flower & Produce Show 2018

Non Members Entries welcome

Schedule

 FLOWER CLASSES

PRIZES:  1st - £1, 2nd - 80p. 3rd - 50p

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

ENTRY FEE 20p

1      DAHLIAS. Three blooms of any one group.  One or more varieties.

2      SWEET PEAS. One vase of nine stems.  One or more varieties.

3      HEATHERS. One container of cut blooms.

4      ROSES. One specimen large flowering  bloom. (HT)

5      ROSES. Three large flowering blooms (HT). Three distinct varieties.

6      ROSES. One stem of cluster flowering blooms (Floribunda or Polyantha).

7      GLADIOLI. Three spikes. One or more varieties.

8      One FLOWERING PLANT. In pot, excluding Fuchsias, Pelargoniums (Geraniums)

        and Orchids.

9      One FOLIAGE POT PLANT.

10     One FLOWERING FUCHSIA. In pot, excluding a standard.

11     One FLOWERING PELARGONIUM (Geranium). In pot.

12     One FLOWERING ORCHID. In pot.

13     PENSTEMON. Three stems. One or more varieties.

14     VIOLAS or PANSIES. Six blooms. Any container.

15     HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS or BIENNIALS. One container. One or more types

         (excluding Dahlias), arranged for quality and effect, space allowed 22 ins square.

16     A container of MIXED FLOWERS (excluding Dahlias).  Arranged for quality and

         effect, space allowed 22 ins square.

17     A container of MIXED CUT FOLIAGE.  Arranged for quality and effect, space allowed

         22 ins square.

18     One specimen SUCCULENT or CACTUS.

19    One container of growing BULBS or CORMS in flower. Any variety or varieties.

 

FLORAL ART CLASSES

 PRIZES:  Classes 25 - 27:  1st - £5; 2nd - £3; 3rd - £2
Class 28: 1st - £1; 2nd - 80p; 3rd – 50p

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

ENTRY FEE 20p

All exhibits in Floral Art will be judged from the front for decorative effect and quality. Accessories may be used if desired. Artificial plant material not allowed.

(See also Rules 11 and 15.)

25   “AUTUMN IN THE AIR”.
        An exhibit. Fresh plant material to predominate.
 
26   “MEDITATION ”.

       A modern exhibit. Fresh and/or dried material.

27   “A TABLE DECORATION”.
        An all round exhibit     
28   An MINATURE arrangement not exceeding 4 ins in height, depth and width.

 

VEGETABLE AND FRUIT CLASSES

 

PRIZES:  1st - £1, 2nd - 80p, 3rd - 50p

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

 ENTRY FEE 20p.

31        Five TOMATOES. Cherry or small plum.

32        Five TOMATOES. More than 1½ ins. Diameter.

33        Heaviest TRUSS OF TOMATOES. Any colour.

34        Five POTATOES.

35        Three GLOBE BEETROOT. To be cut by the Judge.

36        One CABBAGE.  To be cut by the Judge.

37        Three different kinds of VEGETABLE.  One of each kind.

38        Three ONIONS from sets.  Trimmed.

39         Six RUNNER BEANS.

40        A collection of CULINARY HERBS. In a jam jar.

41        Two CUCURBITS. Cucumbers, courgettes, marrows, squash etc.

42        Any other variety of VEGETABLE. Not in the above Classes.

43        Three DESSERT APPLES.  One variety.

44        Three COOKING APPLES.  One variety.

45        Six STONE FRUIT.

46       Any other FRUIT. One kind only, excluding apples and stone Fruit.                                    

 COOKERY CLASSES

 

PRIZES:  1st - £1, 2nd - 80p, 3rd - 50p.

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

ENTRY FEE 20p

51     5 SHORTBREAD FINGER BISCUITS.

52     A SAVOURY TART. Displayed out of the tin.

53     Any HAND MADE BREAD. Loaf, cob, plait or 6 rolls.

54     5 FRUIT SCONES.

55     A CLASSIC VICTORIA SPONGE. Baked in 2 sandwich tins, sprinkled with caster

         sugar

56      A COURGETTE CAKE. (See Recipe below).

57      A jar of RASPBERRY JAM. Dated.

58      A jar of BLACKCURRANT JAM. Dated.

59      A jar of JAM. other than raspberry or blackcurrant. Dated .

60      A jar of LEMON CURD. Dated.

61      A jar of MARMALADE.  Dated.

62      A jar of CHUTNEY. (Dated.

Courgette Cake
Ingredients
Cake 2 medium courgettes coarsely grated        2 large eggs 125ml vegetable oil       

150g caster sugar 225g self-raising flour           ½ teaspoon bicarbonate of soda ½ teaspoon baking powder

Filling - Lemon Curd

Icing - 200g mascarpone, 100g sieved icing sugar, Juice of 1 lemon or lime

Method
Cake 
Place eggs, oil and sugar in a bowl and beat well
Sieve in flour, bicarbonate of soda and baking powder and beat well. 
Pour mixture into prepared tins

Bake for approximately 30 mins, until browned.

Filling - When cool, spread lemon curd on base of one half and sandwich together.

Icing - Combine mascarpone, icing sugar and juice. Spread evenly on top of the cake.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

PRIZES:  1st - £1, 2nd - 80p, 3rd - 50p.

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

ENTRY FEE 20p.

The subjects for 2018 are:

70    “A FAVOURITE FLOWER”.
71      “A LEEDS PARK”.

72      “HOLIDAY TIME”.

A Colour print up to A4 in size (unframed but may be backed on card).

Please print your name on the back of each photograph.

Subjects for the 2019 Classes will be posted after this year's show.



 

ART CLASSES

 PRIZES:  1st - £1, 2nd - 80p, 3rd - 50p.

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

ENTRY FEE 20p

78     A PAINTING.

79     A DRAWING.              

 CRAFT CLASSES

 PRIZES:  1st - £1, 2nd - 80p, 3rd - 50p

(See also Sponsors’ / Society Awards).

ENTRY FEE 20p

81     An item of TAPESTRY, CROSS STITCH OR CANVAS WORK.

82     A SOFT TOY.

83     An item of HAND EMBROIDERY.

84      An item of HAND KNITTING.

85      An item of CROCHET.

86     An item of LACEWORK.

87     An item of PATCHWORK or QUILTING.

88     A GARMENT sewn by HAND or MACHINE.

89     An item made of ANY OTHER (NON TEXTILE) MATERIAL.

Exhibits in Classes 81 to 89 will be judged for workmanship and must have been completed by the exhibitor within the last 12 months. Kits are allowable, but credit will be given for an exhibitor’s own design.