Show 2020 – Entry Form

Please download and complete the show entry form

For entry fees see 2020 Fees, Prizes & Points document

Exhibitors may enter two exhibits in each class

Please post your competed form (excluding fees) into one of the collection boxes located around the village. Boxes will be placed in the Butchers Arms, the British Legion and the village shop from 22nd August and entries close at 8pm on Thursday 3rd September.(It is assumed that both the Butchers Arms and the British Legion will have re-opened)

Please use this form to join/renew your subscription to the Show Society

Show Entry Form 2020.pdf

Show 2020 – Rules and Conditions

The 23rd Greens Norton Village Summer Show 2020.

Please download and distribute the PDF

Rules and Conditions of Entry

1 All classes are open to residents and past residents of Greens Norton, Duncote and Bradden. Classes 2 to 14 are also open to any child who attends any of the village schools, pre-school groups, guiding or scout association groups

2 Entries close on Thursday 3rd September at 8.00pm. Late entries to any class will be accepted on the morning of the Show for a fee of 50p

3 All entries are to be home produced unless stated otherwise.

4 Exhibitors may enter no more than two exhibits in any one Class.

5 No exhibits entered in previous Greens Norton Village Shows will be accepted.

6 The Centre will be open for staging from 9.00 – 11.00 on the morning of the Show. All exhibits must be delivered during this time

7 Judging will commence at 11.15. The Centre will not be open to the public at this time.

8 The judges’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.

9 The judges reserve the right to withhold any award if they consider the exhibits to be of insufficient merit.

10 The Committee cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to the property of any exhibitor at or in transit to or from the Show. All exhibits must be collected by 5.30pm. Property not reclaimed by 6pm may be disposed of.

11 Exhibits will be on show to the public from 2.30pm until 5.00pm. No exhibit may be removed from the Centre before 5.00pm. Prize giving will be at 4.30pm.

12 All trophies remain the property of the Village Show Society and must be cleaned and returned to the Show Secretary by 1st August 2021.

13 The Committee advises that some exhibits in the food categories may pose a risk to health if consumed following lengthy display in warm conditions. Please cover with foil or cling film where appropriate

14 Classes will be judged by a specialist

15 Disposable plates and dishes may be used

16 For the purposes of this competition the competitor should be within the stated age ranges on Saturday 5th September 2020

Please complete your ENTRY FORM

And post it (excluding fees) into one of the collection boxes located around the village. Boxes will be placed in the Butchers Arms, the British Legion and the village shop

from 22nd August.

(It is assumed that both the Butchers Arms and the British Legion will have re-opened)

Entry fees will be collected in the Community Centre on the day of the show

Entries close at 8pm on Thursday 3rd September

2020 Rules and conditions.pdf

Show 2020 – Fees , Prizes and Points

Greens Norton Village Show 2020

Entry Fees

Entry fees in classes 1 to 11 are free

In all other classes entry is free to members of the

Greens Norton Village Show Society

or 30p per Class for non-members

Entry fees will be collected in the Community Centre on the day of the show

Late entries will be accepted on Show Day from 9am to 11am for a fee of 50p

Membership of the Greens Norton Village Show

Society is £2.50 a year (see entry form)

Prizes

Medals will be awarded for every entry in classes 1 – 11

The Walter Perry Cup will be awarded for the

Best Exhibit in the Show

Village Show Points System

A point will be awarded for every entry plus

points will be awarded in each class as follows:

First Prize – 5 Points

Second Prize – 4 Points

Third Prize – 3 Points

Highly Commended – 2 points

For entering – 1 point

A trophy will be awarded to the exhibitor who scores the highest

number of points in each Section

2020 Fees, Prizes & Points.pdf

Classes for Greens Norton Village Show 2020

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Greens Norton Village Show 2020

The Classes

Children’s Categories

Under 4 years

Class 1. A “Keep Safe” Rainbow

Class 2 . A collage

 

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4-7 years

Class 3. A “Keep Safe” Rainbow

Class 4. A bus made from boxes

Class 5. A “Love on the Rocks” style painted stone

 

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7-11 years

Class 6. A “Keep Safe” Rainbow

Class 7. A decorated heart to thank front line workers – any medium including an edible one

Class 8. Design a stamp for the Olympics in Japan in 2021

 

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Take a look at other classes too!

Exhibitors in classes 1 to 8 are reminded that they are not limited to entering these classes only but are encouraged to enter any other classes

 

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Plants and Flowers

Class 9. A specimen rose

Class 10. A specimen dahlia

Class 11. A vase of herbs

Class 12. An Orchid in flower

Class 13. A vase of cut flowers from your garden

Class 14. 5 stems of Annuals in one vase

Class 15. 3 stems of Perennials in one vase

Class 16. A cactus or succulent

Class 17. One spike of Gladioli

Class 18. A vase of grasses

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Fruit

Exhibitors are asked to name the variety, if known

Class 19. 3 Dessert apples

Class 20. 3 Cooking apples

Class 21. A plate of 9 raspberries

Class 22. A plate of 5 plums

Class 23. 3 Pears

Class 24. A plate of any other fruit

 

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Vegetables

Exhibitors are asked to name the variety, if known

Class 25. A plate of 3 salad vegetables

Class 26. 3 Carrots, long

Class 27. 3 Carrots, stump

Class 28. 5 French beans

Class 29. 3 non-white potatoes

Class 30. 3 Onions

Class 31. 3 Courgettes

Class 32. 3 Potatoes

Class 33. 5 Runner beans

Class 34. 5 Shallots

Class 35. 5 Tomatoes

Class 36. 9 Small tomatoes – cherry or plum varieties – not to exceed 35mm in  diameter

Class 37. 3 Leeks

Class 38 3 Parsnips

Class 39. 3 Any other vegetable

Class 40. A collection of one of each of 5 different vegetables on a tray –maximum size

30cm x 30cm

 

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Handicraft

Class 41. Made for a special person – any medium

Class 42. “Make do and mend” – an item of clothing to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the introduction of rationing

Class 43. An embroidery – any medium

Class 44. A knitted or crocheted bobble hat in the colours of your favourite team

Class 45. You’ve made it, let’s see it

 

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Art

Exhibits need not be framed. Maximum size, including frame 54cm x 54cm

Class 46. A poster to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE or VJ Day

The winner will be decided by public vote on the day of the show

Class 47. A Keep Safe Rainbow Class 48. An animal – any medium Class 49. A watercolour Class 50. The National Trust – any medium

Class 51. It’s artwork so let’s see it

Class 52. Your village – any medium

 

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Photography

Photographs must be unframed but may be mounted. Maximum photograph size 20cm x

15cm. If mounted the overall size should not exceed 26cm x 20cm

Class 53. The National Trust Class 54. Windows

Class 55. Water

Class 56. In bloom

Class 57. Sport

Class 58. Mini beasts

 

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Bakery

Class 59. A tea loaf to a set recipe

Class 60. I’ve grown it and now I’ve cooked it – show recipe

Class 61. My favourite cake – show recipe

Class 62. 5 savoury muffins

Class 63. 5 wholemeal bread rolls

Class 64. 5 rum truffles – to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Black Tot Day

Class 65. A Victoria sponge to a set recipe – MEN ONLY

 

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Preserves

The minimum weight of preserves is to be 350g unless stated.

Preserves should be presented with either a new twist top or a waxed disc with cellophane cover to achieve a seal

Jars and bottles should be labelled with the contents and the day, month and year of making

Class 66. A jar of jelly – minimum weight 225g

Class 67. A jar of fruit curd – minimum weight 225g

Class 68. A jar of fruit chutney

Class 69. Fruit liqueur – not more than 200ml

Class 70. A jar of marmalade

Class 71. A jar of jam

Class 72. A jar of pickles

2020 Classes.pdf