Flower Show Schedule 2015

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  • Dunning Flower and

    Vegetable Show

    Saturday 15th August 2015 2 p.m.

    Village Hall, Dunning

  • Chairperson: Lisa Lafferty-Munro

    Secretary: Judith Slater

    Show Secretary: Susan Gillon

    Treasurer: Carol Dorsett

    Committee: Joelle Broad Lorna Sharp

    Janice Gale Susan Stark

    Myrtle Potter Moira Warren

    Patrons: Lord Rollo Mrs E Taylor

    Mr & Mrs Neill Mrs S Walker

    Mrs V Bowman-Smith

  • Rules and Notes

    1 All exhibits must be exhibitor's own produce and work and produced within the areas indicated except classes 96 - 104

    2 Entries for the General Section to be with the Show Secretary by 13th July and will be judged in situ during the following 7 days

    3 Competitors may enter only one entry in any Class Prize winning exhibits in previous years are not eligible

    4 All entries must be made on the official entry form in each schedule and the declaration must be signed

    5 Entries to be staged by 10am on Saturday 15th August 2015 6 It is recommended that competitors stage suitable entries on

    plates, and all flowers in water 7 Competitors must use and complete the official competition label

    for each entry All labels must be tied to exhibits where possible 8 In judging no regard will be paid to the type of vase used 9 The judges decision is final They reserve the right to recommend

    the withholding or modifying of any of the prizes 10 Trophies will be presented by the Opener at 2.30pm 11 Entries must not be removed before 4.30pm 12 Any complaints must be made to the Secretary in writing

  • Prize Schedule

    The following trophies will be awarded: The Lady Rollo Cup for the Best Garden in Dunning The Jessie Bennie McGhie trophy to the Best Garden Rose Display The Catherine & Jimmy Dykes Salver to the Best Flower Garden

    A Silver Cup, gifted by Mr A M Howie to the competitor with the most points in the Vegetable Section

    "Garden News Shield" to the competitor with the most points in Class 24 (Shallots)

    A Silver Cup, gifted by Mr G Urquhart to the competitor with the most points in the Pot Plant Section

    A Silver Quaich to the competitor with the most points in the Flower Section

    A Silver Rose Bowl, gifted by Mrs C Corigall to the competitor with the most points in Classes 38 - 41 (Roses) The Borestone Salver, gifted by Mr & Mrs Carmichael, to the competitor with the most points in Classes 48 - 50 (Dahlias) A Silver Cup, gifted by Mrs I Hepburn, Findony, to the competitor with the most points in the Beginners' Section A Pewter Cup, gifted by Miss Catherine Fletcher to the competitor with the most points in the Cookery Section A Silver Cup, gifted by Mr & Mrs P Heriot Maitland to the competitor with the most points in the Handcraft Section A Silver Cup, gifted by Mrs MacKinnon to the competitor with the most points in the Decorative Section A Rose Bowl, gifted by Pat Wright to the competitor with the most points in the Children's Section Age 7 and Under A Silver Cup, gifted by Mr & Mrs J Smith, to the child with the most points in the Children's Section A Silver Cup, gifted by Mrs G B Sanderson, Keltie Castle, to the competitor with the most points in the Cookery and Handcraft Section

    The Lady Rolo Championship Silver Cup to the competitor with the most points overall

    The Vegetable, Pot Plants, Flowers, Fruit, Beginners, Cookery and Handcraft Sections are open to the Parishes of Dunning, Auchterarder (including Aberuthven), Blackford, Forteviot, Gask, Forgandenny and Bridge of Earn

    Judges may withhold prizes if quality is not up to standard If any Competitors tie with each other for a trophy, the one with the most first places takes precedence

  • General Section 1 Best Garden In Dunning 2 Best Large Garden In Dunning 3 Best Small Garden In Dunning 4 Best Vegetable Garden 5 Best Flower and Shrub Garden 6 Best Garden Rose Display 7 Best Collection of Container Grown Plants 8 Best Window Box 9 Best Hanging Basket 10 Best Community Display 11 Best Use of Spare Ground Fruit & Vegetable Section 12 3 Cooking Apples 13 12 Gooseberries (Green of Yellow) 14 Half-Pound Blackcurrants 15 3 Dessert Apples 16 4 Cherry Tomatoes (On the Vine) 17 4 Tomatoes (Any Other Variety) 18 6 Broad Beans 19 3 Carrots (Stump Rooted) 20 Parsley (In a Pot - 1 Plant) 21 9 Peas (In Pod) 22 5 Potatoes (Round White) 23 4 Rhubarb (Stalks) 24 6 Shallots 25 6 French or Kidney Beans 26 4 Onions (From Sets) 27 1 Cucumber 28 Collection of Cut Herbs

  • Pot Plant Section 29 1 Geranium 30 1 Fuchsia 31 1 Ornamental Foliage Plant 32 1 Fern 33 1 Begonia 34 1 Pot Plant (Pot not exceeding 4" Diameter) 35 1 Plant Exotic Specimen 36 1 Bonsai in a Pot Flower Section 37 10 in Vase of Mixed Flowers 38 Vase of Roses (Max 4 Blooms) 39 Single Rose Bloom 40 Vase of Roses - Floribunda (3 Stems) 41 1 Vase Hybrid Tea Roses (3 Stems) 42 Vase of Sweet Peas (Max 12 Blooms) 43 3 Spikes Gladioli (Any Kind) 44 6 Pansies 45 6 Violas 46 3 Begonia Blooms 47 1 Vase Marigolds (6 Blooms) 48 1 Vase Dahlias (Max 8 Blooms)

    49 1 Vase Dahlias - Small Pompoms (6 Blooms, Max 2 in Diameter) 50 1 Vase Dahlias - Cactus (6 Blooms)

    51 10 in Vase of Herbaceous Borders 52 1 Vase Phlox (3 Spikes) 53 1 Vase Annuals (1 Distinct Variety)

    54 3 - 8 in Vases Flowers cut from Open Border (Annuals Excluded, 1 Distinctive Variety in Each Vase)

    55 1 Agapanthus in Vase 56 3 Lillies in Vase 57 Clematis Stem

  • Beginners' Section 58 4 Varieties of Vegetables 59 4 Varieties of Flower in 1 Vase 60 Any 4 Herbs in a Pot 61 1 House Plant Cookery Section 62 3 Pancakes 63 3 Oven Scones (Fruit) 64 Fruit Loaf 65 Carrot Cake 66 Gluten Free Bake 67 3 Pieces of Rocky Road 68 3 Flap Jacks 69 3 Shortbread Fingers 70 3 Muffins (Sweet) 71 3 Chocolate Chip Cookies 72 Savoury Quiche 8" 73 3 Melting Moments 74 3 Pieces of Tablet 75 3 Chocolate Truffles 76 Blackcurrant Jam (Glass Jar) 77 Marmalade (Glass Jar) 78 Lemon Curd (Glass Jar) 79 Jar of Tomato Chutney 80 Small Bread Loaf (Own Choice) 81 Flask of Cream of Mushroom Soup

  • Hand Craft Section 82 Snapshot: - "Trees" (Named & Unframed) Max 6" x 4" 83 Article of Baby's Clothing (Hand Knitted/Any Ply) 84 Scarf (Hand Knitted)

    85 Sewn Patchwork Cushion Cover (16"x16"/Machine or Hand Sewn)

    86 Best Wrapped Parcel 87 Decorative Bracelet 88 Soft Toy 89 Christmas Tree Decoration 90 Article in Cross Stitch 91 Greetings Card (Hand Made) 92 Draught Excluder (Any Craft) 93 Article of Decoupage 94 Article of Deco patch 95 Folded Napkin Decorative Section 96 Arrangement in Candle Stick 97 Disney Film (Accessories Allowed) 98 A Musical (Accessories Allowed) 99 Flower Arrangement in a Shell 100 Flower Arrangement in a Wine Glass 101 A Fruit and Flower Arrangement 102 Container of Floating Flower Heads 103 Scarlet and Cream Arrangement 104 Animal made from Fruit or Vegetables

  • Childrens' Section

    Age 7 and Under 105 Decorated Digestive Biscuit 106 Finger Print Painting of a Flower 107 Drawing/Painting of an Animal 108 Bertie Bassett Figure from Liquorice Allsorts 109 Mustard or Cress Head (Grown in an Egg Cup) 110 Mobile 111 Tallest Sunflower 112 Miniature Garden 113 Bunch of Garden Flowers in a Vase 114 Lego Model (Own Creation Not a Set) 115 Scarecrow Age 8 - 12 116 1 Decorated Cup Cake 117 Homemade 8" Pizza 118 Animal Made from Fruit/Vegetable 119 Pair of Planted Old Boots 120 Knitted Item of Clothing for a Toy (Put Toy on Display too) 121 Tallest Sunflower 122 Miniature Garden 123 Bunch of Garden Flowers in a Vase 124 Lego Model (Own Creation Not a Set) 125 Photograph of an Animal Outside 126 Paper Aeroplane 127 Scarecrow

  • Age 13 - 16 128 3 Decorated Cupcakes 129 Homemade 8" Pizza 130 Tallest Sunflower 131 Miniature Garden 132 Close up Photograph of Wildlife 133 Flower Arrangement (In Oasis) 134 Bracelet (Own Choice of Materials) 135 Model of a Building (Own Choice of Materials, Not a Kit) 136 Knitted Scarf 137 Drawing/Painting of a Garden

    Sunflower entries to be with the Show Secretary by 1st

    August 2015 and will be judged in situ during the following 7

    days

  • Dunning Annual Flower and Vegetable Show

    Saturday 15th August 2015

    Competition Entry Form Entries, along with all fees, are to be returned to Sue Gillon by 10am on Saturday 15th August 2015. Entry Fees: Adults 2.00; Children 0.50 Please enter me as a competitor in the following classes from the 2015 schedule: -

    and I hereby declare that every article so entered by me is my own produce and work and grown within the

    areas mentioned in the schedule.

    Name: Address:

    Telephone Number:

    Email:.. . payment enclosed Contact Sue Gillon on 01764 684854 or suegillon@sky.com

  • All Photographs Simon Warren