Show Classes for 2022

Please note that classes will be fixed at the end of March 2022 and may be subject to change prior to that date

SECTION 1 – VEGETABLES

1.  Collection of 5 kinds of vegetables as in classes 2-35.

2.  Carrots, long pointed ,3

3. Carrots, other than long 3.

4.  Potatoes, white, kidney, 5.

5. Potatoes, white, round, 5.

6. Potatoes, coloured, kidney, 5.

7. Potatoes, coloured, round, 5.

8. Potatoes, any other type, 5.

9. Garlic, 3.

10. Broad beans, 6

11. Runner beans, 6

12. Dwarf beans, 6

13. Beetroot, 3.

14. Shallots, hybrid, 9

15. Shallots, pickling, 9 (Not to exceed 30mm diameter)

16. Onions, untrimmed, 3

17. Onions, sets, trimmed and bound, 3

18. Marrows, should not exceed 38cm (15in), 2.

19. Cabbage, 1.

20. Leeks, 3

21. Courgettes, should be between 10cm and 20cm (4in - 8in), 3

22. Peas, 6 pods.

23. Parsnips, 3

24. Tomatoes, red, 5. (Calyx attached) not including cherry

25. Tomatoes, cherry, on a vine. (Not to exceed 35mm diameter)

26. Cucumbers, frame, 2.

27. Cucumbers, ridge, 2.

28. Lettuce, 1

29. Radish, round red 5.

30. Spring/Salad Onions, 5.

31. Peppers, hot (chilli) or sweet, any colour 2

32. Collection of 4 kinds of salad vegetables

33. Herb collection - must be named

34. Any vegetable not listed in the classes above - must be named

35. Longest Runner Bean

NB: Please check number of specimens required in each class.

SECTION 2 – FRUIT & FLOWERS

45. Gooseberries, 10

46. Blackcurrants, 5 strings.

47. Raspberries with stems, 10.

48. Rhubarb, 3 sticks, without foliage.

49. Any other fruit, (To be named)

50. Redcurrants, 5 strings.

51. H. T. Rose, 3 blooms in a vase.

52. Rose, specimen in a container, own foliage only.

53. Floribunda roses, 1 stem or spray in a container.

54. Dahlias, 3, in a vase, decorative, small or medium.

55. Dahlias, 3, in a vase, decorative, large.

56. Dahlias, 3, in a vase, cactus, small or medium.

57. Dahlias, 3, in a vase, cactus

58. Dahlias, 3, in a vase, pompon. (up to 52mm)

59. Dahlias, 3, in a vase, pompon, large (53mm or over)

60. Hydrangeas, 3.

61. Sweet Peas, 10.

62. Marigolds, 5.

63. Asters, 3.

64. Pansies, 5.

65. Vase of flowers, one variety, not exceeding 12 blooms (To be named)

66. Vase of mixed flowers.

67. Gladioli, 3.

68. Gladioli, 1

69. Lilies, one pot

70. Zinnia, 3

71. Hanging Basket

72. Patio Container

73. Largest Sunflower, tallest in bloom in pot

SECTION 3 - FLORAL EXHIBITS

Except where stated, entries should not exceed 60cm (2ft) overall

81.  Arrangement in an unusual container.

82. Table Decoration.

83. Arrangement entitled ‘Scarecrow’

84. Small arrangement - not to exceed 25cm (10in) in any dimension.

85. A Button Hole, 1 bloom

86. Corsage, 3 blooms

SECTION 4 - CHILDREN'S CLASSES

Age to be clearly stated on all entry forms Exhibits 90-93 not to exceed (45cm) 18in in any dimension

90. A Lego model

91. Arrangement of Flowers in an unusual container

92. Model made from Recyclable Material

93. Miniature garden, in a seed tray.

94. Hand-made greetings card

95. Any hand-made needlework or knitted article.

96. Painted pebble Age 6 years and under

97. Painted pebble Age 7 to 10 years

98. Painted pebble Age 11 and over

COOKERY

103. Biscuits, 4 - any type

Six Fairy Cakes, creatively decorated.

104. 7 years and under 

105. Age 8 and over

Gingerbread Person, creatively decorated.

106. 7 years and under

107. Age 8 and over

ANIMAL - made from vegetables, fruit, pasta, seeds or nuts.

108. 7 years and under.

109. Age 8 and over.

PAINTING or DRAWING - A4 sheet, TITLE - Scarecrow

110. 7 years and under.

111.  Age 8 and over

PHOTOGRAPHY - Any Subject

112 .7 years and under

113. Age 8 and over

Handwriting Writing

to be presented on 1 sheet of A4 paper, Include an illustrated frame around your work

114. 11 Years and over

115. 10 Years and under

SECTION 5 - CAKES, BISCUITS & BREAD

    

All exhibits in Classes 126 to 134 to be loosely covered with Clingfilm.

Ingredients and Oven temperatures on page 24 of Schedule.

For All Recipes please use either metric or imperial measures,

NOT both in the same recipe.

124       Bread - White

125       Bread - Wholemeal

126       Victoria Sponge, 18cm (7in). Filled with raspberry jam,

              and dusted with caster sugar. - See Recipe.

127       Fruit Cake, 18cm (7in) - See Recipe.

128      Celebration Cup cakes, 4

129       Shortbread, 4 pieces.

130      Scones, Cheese, 4 - See Recipe.

131       Scones, Plain, 4 - See Recipe.

132      Carrot Cake.

133      Dave Trezise Fruit Cake. Men Only. Own Recipe.

134      Meringue 4 shells, not decorated.

 

JAMS, PICKLES,CHUTNEY – 340gm (12oz) or 450gm (1lb) jar no metal tops,

Entries will be judged on the content and overall presentation.

140       Honey

141       Strawberry

142       Raspberry

143       Blackcurrant

144       Redcurrant

145       Gooseberry

146       Any other jam – labelled

147       Jelly – any fruit

148       Marmalade

149       Lemon Curd

150       Chutney

      

EGGS

151      6 brown hens eggs

152      6 white hens eggs

153      6 eggs, any variety or colour

SECTION 6 - CRAFTS

160. A cushion, fabric or knitted, max 50cm in any dimension.

161.  Embroidery in Cotton, Silk, other threads or a combination.

162. Knitted Garment

163. Crochet, any item

164. Any other Hand-crafted article, including lacework

165. Home-made Soft toy

166. Handmade item, any medium (Not to cost more than £3)

167. Decorated Hoop using a wire coat hanger formed into a circle, not necessarily floral. 168. Article in Wood – any method. Incl driftwood Sculpture

169. Handmade Jewellery Item

170. Painting

171.  Handmade greetings card.

SECTION 7 - PHOTOGRAPHY

181. Landscape or Seascape

182. Portrait

183. Reflections

184. Axmouth Village Life

185. Black and White Photograph

186. Birds/Animals/Insects

188. Flowers/Trees/other Plants

189. A Group of 4 Photographs

The show welcomes entries from far afield, and if you would like to have a schedule posted to you in May next year;

then please leave £1 and your name and address with Barbara Down,  Hawksdown close, Axmouth,EX12 4BN

or Sandra Millman, 7 Coombe Terrace, Axmouth EX12 4AX

or by 4.30pm at the stage in the main marquee on the day of the show.