The Village Hall
Saturday 18th August 2012
Staging of Exhibits 8.30 am. to 10.30 am.
Potato Competition 10.30 am. latest
Judging Commences 10.45 am.
Open to Public 2.00 pm.
Prize Giving 3.00 pm.
Auction & Raffle 3.30 pm.
Prize Giving: Mrs Ann Lenton
All exhibits not previously reserved by Exhibitors will be auctioned after the Prize Giving.
Challenge Cups will be awarded as follows :-
Chapman Challenge Cup, overall winner
The Bill Davies Memorial Challenge Cup, winner in the Photographic Division
The Toogood Challenge Cups, winners in Adult & Childrens’ Christian Art Classes
The Sam Bruce Cup, winner of Childrens’ Poster painting
The Andrews Challenge Cup to overall winner in the Art Class
The Reed Challenge Cup, overall winner in the Childrens’ Classes
The Reed Potato Challenge Cup awarded to the winner with the heaviest crop
The Anne Porter Vegetable Shield for the overall winner in the Vegetable Division
Other cups will be awarded in the Floral Art, Domestic and Flower Division
Rosettes by West
Small monetary prizes will be awarded within each class
Prizes for “Best in Show” for Flower and Vegetable classes and Overall Winner
All exhibits must be arranged, made or grown by the Exhibitor
All Cookery Exhibits must be covered with cling-film or similar material
Vases will be supplied for Flower Division
ADMISSION BY DONATION
Recipe - Marbled Cake
Butter 225g (8oz) softened
Caster Sugar 225g (8oz)
Self-raising flour 350g (12oz)
Milk 150ml (1/4 pint)
Vanilla essence 1tsp.
Cocoa powder 25g (1oz)
1. Preheat oven to 170oC/325oF/Gas 3. Grease and line a deep 20cm (8in) diameter cake tin.
2. Cream butter and sugar until soft. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well, and alternating with spoonfuls of flour. Then add remaining flour, a pinch of salt and the milk and vanilla essence.
3. Divide mixture between two bowls. Fold cocoa into one, mixing well. Spoon mixtures alternately into cake tin to give a “marble” effect.
4. Bake for 1-1.25 hours or until well risen and a skewer comes out cleanly when inserted into the centre of the cake. Leave to cool and turn out on a wire rack. Store in an airtight tin.
N.B Please ensure entries are in correct classes
Judge Mr Eric williams
Annuals & Perennials
1. A vase of Annuals, any kind or kinds, grown from seed
2. A vase of Perennials, including shrubs, any kind or kinds
3. Marigolds any type (6)
4. Pompom Dahlias, (under2” dia.), any colour. (3)
5. Decorative Dahlias, any colour. (3)
6. 3 dahlias same type and colour
7. Specimen bloom. (1)
8. Stems of H.T. Roses. (3 mixed)
9. Stems of Floribunda Roses. (3)
10. Specimen H.T. Rose. (1)
11. Bowl of mixed Roses
12. Vase with 5 stems any variety
13. Vase of 3 stems of the same kind.
14. Cactus or Succulent.
15. Flowering Plant.
16. Foliage Pot Plant.
17. 1 Double tuberous-rooted Begonia in a pot.
18. Fuchsia in a pot. Pot not to exceed 9”.
Judge: Mrs. P. Morton
19. A petite arrangement - not exceeding 6” in height, width and depth.
20. A basket of foliage and berries. ( No flowers)*
21. Diamond Anniversary*
22. Olympic Gold*
23. An arrangement featuring herbs*
* Classes 20 – 23, space available 2’ x 2’
24. Potatoes. (5 white)
25. Potatoes. (5 red)
26. French Beans dwarf or climbing (5)
27. Onions. (3 prepared for show, to pass through a 3” ring)
28. Long carrots. (3 over 3.5”)
29. Short carrots. (3 between 2 and 3.5”)
30. Runner Beans. (5)
31. Beetroot. (3 of one variety)
32. Shallots (5)
33. Cucumber. (1)
34. Any other vegetable not in the schedule.
35. Tomatoes with calyx. (5)
36. Dish of 5 small fruited, plum / novelty Tomatoes with calyx.
37. Matched pair of courgettes not to exceed 6”
38. Longest Runner Beans (combined length). (2)
39. Collection of 5 vegetables (15” x 9” seed tray)
40. Eating Apples. (5)
41. Cooking Apples. (5)
42. Dish of 12 Blackberries with calyx. (Wild)
43. Dish of any other fruit.
44. Plums. (5)
Judge: Mrs A Kimber
45. A pair of gloves or mittens knitted or crocheted.
46. Any quilted article
EMBROIDERY OR TAPESTRY
47. An article of embroidery, kit or non kit.
48. An article of canvas work, kit or non kit.
49. An item of beaded jewellery.
50. An article of handicraft in hard material, e.g. cane, wood, metal, pottery.
Judge: Mr K Polwin
51. Fun in the Garden
52. My Pet
53. A Bramley View
54. A Sporting Activity.
Entries limited to 3 exhibits per class. Not to exceed 7” x 5” in either direction
PAINTING OR DRAWING
(Not previously exhibited, must be titled on the day)
Judge: Mrs Perkins
55. My Family Portrait, in any medium.
56. A Country Lane, in any medium
57. A Tree, in any medium
58. A Bird, in any medium.
CHRISTIAN ART, FOR CHALLENGE CUP
(Not previously exhibited, must be titled)
60. A sculpture, painting or drawing
Judge: S. Handforth
61. Marbled Cake (see recipe)
62. Home-made bread rolls (4) (brown or white)
63. Cup Cakes (5 decorated) - not to use cake mix
64. Cheese scones (4)
65. Shortbread (6 pieces)
66. Biscuits, any kind. (6)
67. Sausage rolls, not more than 3” long.(4)
68. Victoria Sponge, raspberry jam filling.
69. Jar of jam.
70. Jar of chutney.
71. Jar of marmalade.
72. Jar of pickle
73. For men only, Fruit Cake. (see recipe)
(Age 1 – 8 : 9 – 11 : 12 – 15 )
Must state age on entry form
74. Miniature farm in a ½ seed tray.
75. A dish of 6 decorated rich tea biscuits
76. Decorated fruit / vegetable to represent a vehicle.
77. A Lego Model – not to exceed A4 size paper.
78. A painted poster for Bramley Show 2013, size A4.
79. Toogood Challenge Cup for Christian Art
80. A wooden spoon in a flower pot and decorated to look like a flower.
PAINTING OR DRAWING
81. 12-15 year olds Still Life in any medium
82. 12-15 year olds Abstract, in any medium
83. 12-15 year olds A view in Bramley, in any medium
84. 12-15 year olds My Pet(s), in any medium
POTATO COMPETITION FOR CHILDREN and MUMS AND DADS
85. Potato competition
There will be prizes (for the children only) for the largest potato, the heaviest total crop and the greatest number of potatoes on a plant.
A plant pot no more than 11” (27.7cm) or a 2 gallon bucket will be required
(Children: see if you can beat mum and dad)
Potatoes MUST be at the Village Hall by 10.00am
FAMILY OR GROUP
86. A Scarecrow
(for men only)
225g (8oz) plain flour + 5ml (1 tsp) baking powder
100g (4oz) butter or margarine
100g (4oz) caster sugar
225g (8oz) dried fruit
2 eggs, beaten
60ml. (4 tbspn) milk
1. Grease and line a 18cm (7cm) round cake tin.
2. Rub fat into flour until it resembles breadcrumbs.
3. Add sugar, fruit, eggs and enough milk to give a soft dropping consistency.
4. Turn into a prepared tin.
Fan Oven; 150oC 1 hour.
Conventional Oven: preheat shelf 3 170oC 1.25 – 1.5 hours.
Second Oven: preheat shelf on base 160oc 1.25 – 1.5 hours.
Gas Oven: preheat Mark2 shelf 3 1.25 – 1.5 hours.
Entry forms to be returned to the address below,
before 16th August, 2012
9, Longbridge Road
Tel : 01256 881691
I wish to enter the following classes (insert numbers only) at 25p per adult, 10p per child, per exhibit, for which I enclose the sum of :-
No. of entries Money sent
(Children to state age)
Name ( Block letters)………………………………………………...
All exhibitors cards to be collected at the HALL on Show Day