Denton a village in South Norfolk, England

Denton Gardening Club logo of a watering can surrounded by the club's nameDenton Gardening Club Open Show

The 2016 Show

This year's Show will be held on Saturday 3rd September at the Village Hall.

It must be emphasised that the Show is open to all, not just members of the Club. In the usual Denton spirit, it is the taking part that is important, not the winning. There is a special class for "gentlemen".

The show schedule etc. appear below.

For further information contact:
Anne Carden, 788279.

The Schedule

FLOWER CLASSES (Grant Trophy)

(Exhibitors are asked to supply their own simple containers)

  1. 3 Gladioli
  2. 3 Dahlias, mixed varieties
  3. Jug of Roses, mixed or one variety
  4. 1 Scented Rose
  5. 3 Stems Rudbeckia
  6. Vase of any Shrub in flower (one variety)
  7. Vase of mixed Foliage, minimum of 4 varieties
  8. Vase of Perennials, minimum 3 varieties
  9. Jug of Herbs, minimum of 3 varieties
  10. Floating Blooms in a Bowl (max 5” diameter) - Judged on flower quality
  11. Foliage Plant in a Pot
  12. Flowering Plant in a Pot
  13. Michaelmas daisies, 3 stems
  14. One Perfect Bloom

VEGETABLE AND FRUIT CLASSES (Skinner Trophy)

(Paper plates will be available for staging but are not compulsory)

  1. 5 Potatoes, one variety
  2. 3 Beetroot
  3. 3 Carrots
  4. 3 Onions
  5. 1 head of Sweetcorn
  6. 6 Runner Beans
  7. 6 French Beans
  8. 7 Cherry Tomatoes
  9. 5 Tomatoes, not cherry
  10. 1 Sweet Pepper
  11. 3 Courgettes
  12. 5 Eating Apples
  13. 5 Cooking Apples
  14. Plate of Autumn fruit (not apples)
  15. Sunday Lunch: A Box (max size 10” x 15”) of produce not exceeding 5 varieties.
    One variety may be fruit.
  16. Salad Box, (max 10” x 15”) not exceeding 5 varieties
  17. Any Vegetable not in the schedule
  18. 3 Tomatoes (washed)– on a plate – unnamed until after judging
    (To be judged on flavour alone by the Domestic Class Judge)

DOMESTIC CLASSES (Carden Trophy)

(Paper Plates will be provided for staging)

  1. Courgette Cake (not iced)
  2. 3 Gingerbread Figures
  3. 5 Fruit Muffins
  4. 5 Bread Rolls
  5. 5 Mini Bakewell Tarts
  6. 5 Savoury Scones
  7. Jar of Jelly
  8. Jar of Marmalade
  9. Jar of Chutney
  10. 6 Eggs
  11. Jug of Summer Drink
  12. Gentlemen's Class – Queen Elizabeth Cake, using the Recipe Provided

DECORATIVE CLASSES (Charnick Trophy)

(Flowers may be purchased for these classes)

  1. Arrangement celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday – max. 60cm/24” overall.
  2. Foliage Arrangement including a frame - “Berried Treasure” max. 38 cm/15”overall.
  3. Hand held Posy for a child to give to the Queen
  4. Photograph – “Pets”
  5. Photograph – “Unusual Building”
  6. Painting or Drawing – “Royal Theme”
  7. Drawing or illustration using Pencil, Pen and Ink, Pastel or Charcoal of your choice
  8. Hand Knitted or Crochet Item
  9. Hand or Machine Sewn Textile Item
  10. Other Hand-crafted Item e.g. Pottery, Woodcarving
  11. Decorative item for the Garden incorporating Recyled Materials


The organisers have discretion to move exhibits after staging if necessary.

REGULATIONS FOR EXHIBITORS

All classes are open to anyone eligible for the class. All exhibits must be the bona-fide produce of the exhibitor, excluding decorative classes.

The decision of the judges is final. The committee, in consultation with the judges, may withhold any points in any class and award points at their discretion.

Entry Fees
The entry fee is 10p per class.

Trophies
Trophies will be awarded to the Club member with the most points in each category. The overall Show Trophy, which is open to all, will be presented to the entrant with the highest total points.

Prizes and Points

	lst		8 points
	2nd		6 points
	3rd		4 points
	

One point will also be awarded for each class entered.

All entry forms, duly completed and accompanied by the total entrance fee, should be handed in by 7 p.m. on Thursday 1st September.
Although late entries may be accepted on the day, it would be much appreciated if entries could be in by the designated time.
All exhibits must be staged ready for the judges between 9.00 a.m. and 11.45 a.m. on Saturday morning.

Doors will close between 12 noon and 2.30 p.m. for judging.

Doors open to the public at 2.30 p.m. Teas will be served.
Exhibitors who do not wish their produce to be auctioned will be asked to remove them before the Auction. Please DO NOT remove them until requested.

Auction of exhibits about 3.30 p.m.

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DGC 2016 SHOW – ENTRY FORM

Please print this form and when completed return to:

Mrs A. Godsmark, Mill Farm, Darrow Green Road, Denton, Harleston, IP20 0BA

or

Mrs A. Carden, Chapel Farm, Chapel Hill, Denton, Harleston, IP20 0AW

Please put a circle round the number of those classes you wish to enter.

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All entry forms, accompanied by entrance fees (10p per class), to be returned by 7 p.m. on Thursday, 1st September if possible, although late entries will be accepted on the day.

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