2011 124th Annual Show

 

 

 

 

  

 

COMPETITIVE CLASSES

Where  the instructions ‘age to be stated’ appears, the age of the exhibitor

is to be clearly marked on the entry card.

 

(Please read Show Rules on the back cover)

All classes are open unless otherwise stated.

 

COMBINABLE CROPS

Judge: Mr G Capes, Saxilby

  Class No.

      1        Sample of Barley,  2 lbs minimum

      2        Sample of Hard Milling Wheat, 2 lbs minimum

      3        Sample of Soft Milling Wheat, 2 lbs minimum

      4        Sample of Spring Beans, 2 lbs minimum

      5        Sample of Winter Beans, 2 lbs minimum

      6        Sample of Oil Seed Rape, 2 lbs minimum

 

ROOTS

Judge: Mr L Stothard, Blyton  

      7        Heaviest Roots, 4, any one variety, tops approx. 3” long

      8        Red Mangolds, 4

      9        Mangolds, any other colour, 4

  10      Swedes, 4

  11      Sugar Beet, 4

 

PRODUCE (outside)

Judge: Mr L Stothard, Blyton

Note: Class 20 not open to any previous first prize winner in classes 12 to 26.

  12      Cabbages, Green, pair

  13      Cabbages, Red, 2

  14      Cauliflowers, 2

  15      Carrots, Stump-rooted, 3

  16      Carrots, Long, 3

  17      Parsnips, 3

  18      Beet, Round, 3

  19      Celery, 2 heads

  20      Vegetable Marrow, any colour (novice class)

  21      Marrows, any colour, matching pair

  22      Largest Marrow

  23      Largest Pumpkin

  24      Heaviest Carrot – top approx. 3” long

  25      Leeks, Blanched, 3

  26      Leeks, pot – not exceeding 6” of blanch, 3

 

 

PRODUCE (inside)

Judge: Mr A Wright, Worksop

Note: Class 45 not open to any previous first prize winner in classes 27 to 46

  27      Potatoes, Round, 5

  28      Potatoes, Kidney, 5

  29      Potatoes, White Kidney, 5

  30      Potatoes, Coloured Kidney, 5

  31      Potatoes, Size & quality, 5

  32      Potatoes, Collection, 3 varieties, 3 of each

  33      Exhibition Onions, dressed, 3

 34       Onions, Globe, each under ½ lb, 5     

35        Onions, each ½ lb min – 2 lb max., 5

  36      Eschalots, Exhibition, 7

  37      Eschalots, Pickling, under 1”, 7

  38      Tomatoes, 5

  39      A truss of Cherry Tomatoes

  40      Cucumber

  41      Runner Beans, 6

  42      Longest Runner Bean, Green

  43      Truss of Tomatoes

  43a    Heaviest Tomato

  44      Brussels Sprouts, 9 knobs

  45      Collection of 4 different vegetables (novice class)

46         Collection of vegetables, 6 kinds, 1 of each.

46a    Misshaped Vegetable

 

 

FRUIT

Judge: Mr L Stothard, Blyton

Note: Class 55 not open to any previous prize winner in classes 47 to 59

  47      Apples, Bramley’s Seedlings, 3

  48      Apples, Cooking.  any other variety, 3

  49      Apples, Dessert.  any variety, 3

  50      Specimen Apple, Cooking       

  51      Specimen Apple, Dessert

  52      Pears, Cooking  or Dessert, 3

  53      Pears, ripe for eating, 3

  54      Specimen Pear, any variety

  55      Specimen Apple or Pear, (novice class)

  56      Collection of Apples, Dessert, 3 varieties, 3 of each

  57      Collection of Apples, Cooking, 3 varieties, 3 of each

  58      Bunch of Grapes, any variety

  59      Collection of Fruit, 2 or more kinds.  Space allowed 51cms (20” ) square

 

 

FLOWERS

Mr G Bartle, Lincoln

Note: Classes 63-66 Early to October flowering

  60      Pot Plant Foliage

  61      Pot Plant in Bloom

  62      Fuchsia in pot

  63      Chrysanthemums, early variety, 3 blooms

  64      Chrysanthemums, 3 sprays

  65      Dahlias—Small or Miniature decorative, 3 blooms in vase

  66      Dahlias, 2 Vases, 2 different named varieties, 3 blooms in vase

  67      Dahlias, Cactus or Semi Cactus, 3 blooms in vase

  68      Dahlias, Pom-Pom, 5 Blooms in a vase, to pass through a 52 mm (2”) ring

  69      Dahlias, Small or Miniature ball , 3 blooms in a vase

  70      Rose, Hybrid Tea, 1 specimen

  71      Roses, Floribunda, any variety, 3 stems

  72      Roses, 3 Blooms in a vase

  73      Vase of Blue Flowers

  74      One flower and one vegetable

  75      Vase of Fresh Flowers, any kind, all material to have been grown by the exhibitor

  76      Vase of Fresh Flowers, any kind, to be staged by the exhibitor at the show (16 years

            and under, age to be stated)

  77      A container of Pansies in flower, grown in the pot, 25cms (10”) max. dia. pot.

  77a    A Collection of 3 Pansies in flower, pots not exceeding 9 cms (3½”)

 

FLORAL ART TITLES

Judge: Rev Kenneth Saunders

 

Height optional unless otherwise stated.

Accessories are allowed in all classes.

Any plant material may be used in all classes unless stated otherwise.

 

   Class No:

78      “As You Like It”.  An arrangement of any flowers/foliage in any container, for residents        within six miles of  the show.  Space allowed 61cm x 61cm (2’x2’)

  79      “Table Talk”.  An arrangement with or without candles, suitable for a dining table. 

            Space allowed 61cm x 61cm  (2’x2’)

  80      “ Keepsakes”.  An arrangement using dried or artificial material in any container.  

            Space allowed 61cm x 61cm (2’x2’)

  81      “Autumn Glory”.  An arrangement of flowers and foliage, which may include fruits and berries in            a basket.   Size limit 61cm x 61cm (2’x2’)

  82      “When Flowers are Few”.  An arrangement using not more than three flowers with foliage in any container.  

Space allowed 61cm x              61cm (2’x2’)

  83      “A Film”.  An arrangement of flowers and foliage.  Title to be stated.  Space allowed 91cm x 91cm  (3’x3’)

  84      “Little and Good”.  An arrangement in any container within height, depth and width 10cm (4” )

  85      “Welcome”.  An arrangement suitable for a guest’s room within height, depth and width         25cm (10”).

  86      A buttonhole for a gentleman

  87      A corsage for a lady

  88      “Junior Choice”.  An arrangement in a basket.  To be arranged at the Show.  

            Age limit 16 years and to be stated on entry.  Space allowed 61cm x 61cm (2’x2’)

 

 

WILD AND TAMED

Judges: Mr & Mrs J Nicholson, Saxilby

 

  89      One Potato grown in a bucket, displayed as grown, judged on weight.  Exhibitor to be 16 and under.        Age to be stated

  89a    Longest Runner Bean, Green.  Exhibitor  to be 16 and under. Age to be stated

  90      “Nature’s Bounty”.  A plate of Wild Fruits.  Plate size 23cm to 30cm (9” to 1’).  Exhibitor to be under 11 years of age.  Age to be stated.  The exhibit to be arranged at the Show

  91      An animal made from fruit and/or veg.   Exhibitor to be under 14 years of age.  Age to be stated

  91a    Largest Sunflower Head.  Exhibitor to be under 16 years.  Age to be stated

 

 

CACTI AND SUCCULENTS

Judge: Mr T Johnson, Scunthorpe

  92      Specimen Cactus

  93      Collection of 3 Cacti.  Pots not exceeding cms (3½” )

  94      Cactus.  Pot not exceeding 9 cms (3½” )

  95      Specimen Succulent excluding Cacti

  96      A collection of Cacti and/or other Succulents.  Space allowed 51cm (20”) square

  97      Succulent.  Pot not exceeding 9  cms (3½” )

  98      Cactus or Succulent in flower or bud

99        Cactus or Succulent.  Under 16 years.  Age to be stated

 

 

DOMESTIC – EGGS & PRESERVES

Classes 101 to 109, Exhibitors must affix a small adhesive label to exhibit showing entry number.

Judge: Mrs K Davis, Welton

 

Class No.

  100    Eggs.  Any colour, 6

  For classes 101-108 the jar size is 12-16 oz/340-454g

  101    Jar of Jam, Blackcurrant

  102    Jar of Jam,  Raspberry

  103    Jar of Jam, Strawberry

  104    Jar of Jam, any other variety

  105    Jar of Lemon Curd

  106    Jar of Jelly, any variety

  107    Jar of Marmalade

  108    Jar of Chutney

  109    Pickles, any variety, any size jar

 

DOMESTIC COOKERY

No sugaring or dusting to any exhibit

Judges: Classes 110 – 115  – Mrs K Davis, Welton

Classes 116  – 135  – Mr N Tindall, Lincoln

 

 

  110    Lemon Meringue Pie

  111    Plate Apple Tart, short crust pastry

  112    Half dozen Short Pastries, 2 distinct varieties

  113    Half dozen Short Bread Biscuits

  114    Rich Fruit Cake, not iced, not exceeding 8” (20.5 cm)

  115    Madeira Cake

  116    Cherry Cake, not exceeding 8” (20.5 cm)

  117    Swiss Roll, any type, no icing

  118    Victoria Sandwich Cake, jam filling, not exceeding 6 oz. mixture., no decorations

  119    Chocolate Sandwich Cake, any filling, not exceeding 6 oz. mixture, no decorations

  120    Quiche, max. diameter 8”

  121    Fruit Scones, 6

  122    Small Fancy Cakes, 6

  123    Baked Custard in pastry case, in dish

  124    Plum Loaf, no yeast

  125    Teacake with yeast

  126    Loaf of White Bread, 1lb flour weight

  127    Loaf of Brown Bread, 1lb flour weight

  128    Bread Rolls, 6

  129    Choc-chip Muffins, 4

  130    Small Fancy Cakes (Aged 14 to 16 years)

  131    A Parent’s Lunchbox.  (Age 16 and under, age to be stated)

  132    Decorated Gingerbread Man (Age 16 and under, age to be stated)

  133    Healthy Pizza.  Purchased base.  (Age 16 and under, age to be stated)

  134    Butterfly Cakes, 6 (Age 7-10 years)

  135    Sandwich Cake, not iced, with list of ingredients (not exceeding 6 oz mixture) 

            (age 11 to 13 years)

 

NEEDLEWORK and CRAFTWORK

Judge: Mrs C Plummer, Wickenby

Note: In Classes 136 & 137 all exhibits to have been completed since the 2008 Show.

Exhibitor cards to be affixed to the exhibits.

 

Class No.

  136    An article made from old clothing, age limit 11 years and under, age to be stated

  137    An article made from old clothing, age limit 12 to 16 years, age to be stated

  138    Hand Knitted Garment or Article

  139    Cross Stitch

  140    Embroidered Article or Picture

  141    Tapestry (wool)

  142    Crocheted Garment or Article

  143    Child’s Soft Toy

  144    Any other Hand-made Article

  145    Any item of decorative craftwork incorporating textiles

  146    A Handmade Greetings Card

  146a  Design your own birthday card, age limit 11 years and under, age to be stated

  146b   Design your own birthday card, age limit 12 to 16, age to be stated

 

ART

Judge: Mrs P Ruff, Lincoln

Note 1: All classes limited to 3 entries per exhibitor per class

Note 2: Classes 147 to 153 are for Sturton Primary School use only

Classes 147-157, 159, may be in any medium

 

  147    Picture.  School class ‘Reception’ ages 4/5

  148    Picture.  School class ‘Year 1’ ages 5/6

  149    Picture.  School class ‘Year  2’ ages 6/7

  150    Picture.  School class ‘Year 3’ ages 7/8

  151    Picture.  School class ‘Year 4’ ages 8/9

  152    Picture.  School class ‘Year  5’ ages 9/10

  153    Picture.  School class ‘Year  6’ ages 10/11

  154    Picture.  Pre-school play group only

  155    Picture.  5 years and under.  Age to be stated

  156    Picture.  6 to 11 years.   Age to be stated

  157    Picture or Design.  12 to 16 years.  Age to be stated

  158    A Drawing

  159    Picture or Portrait

 

POETRY

Judges: Ann & David Lucas, Sturton by Stow

 

  160    A Poem.  Any title.   Any style

  161    A Poem.  Any title.   Any style.  Age under 16 years.  Age to be stated

 

HANDWRITING

Judge: Mrs K Taylor, Lincoln

Note: Classes 162 to 167 are for Sturton School use only

See test pieces later in this schedule

Class No

  162    School Class ‘Year 1’ ages 5/6

  163    School Class ‘Year 2’ ages 6/7

  164    School Class ‘Year 3’ ages 7/8

  165    School Class ‘Year 4’ ages 8/9

  166    School Class ‘Year 5’ ages 9/10

  167    School Class ‘Year 6’ ages 10/11

  168    5 years and under.  Age to be stated

  169    6 to 11 years.  Age to be stated

 


HANDWORK

Sponsored by K W Timmins & Sons

Judge: Mr M D Finney, Welton

 

  170    Any Article mainly in Wood—NOT made from a Kit

  171    Any Article mainly in Metal—NOT made from a Kit

  172    Any other Article, Model or Ceramic—NOT made from a Kit

  173    An item of Jewellery

  174    Any Article or Model made from a Kit.  Age 11 and under.  Age to be stated

  175    Any Article or Model made from a Kit.  Age 12 to 16 years.  Age to be stated

  176    Any Article or Model.  NOT made from a Kit.  Age 11 or under.  Age to be stated

  177    Any Article or Model.  NOT made from a Kit.  Age 12 to 16.  Age to be stated

  178    Decorated Plant Pot not exceeding 4” (10 cms).  Age up to 10 years.  Age to be stated

  178a    Decorated Plant Pot not exceeding 4” (10 cms).  Age 11 to 16 years.  Age to be stated

  179    Computer drawing or design.  Age 12 to 16 years.  Age to be stated

  180    Computer picture or pattern.  Age 11 years and under. Age to be stated

  181    Decorated Egg.  Age 16 and under.  Age to be stated

  182    Face Mask.  Age 16 and under.  Age to be stated

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Judge: Mr M White, Sturton-by-Stow

Note: Classes 184 to 191 have a maximum 12” x 12”  display

All classes limited to 3 entries per exhibitor per class.

 

  183    A Person(s) (photograph must include at least one person)

  184    Black and White photograph (monochrome)

  185    Animals or Plants or Birds

  186    Landscape photograph (can include land, sea or town).  Print size over 7” x 5”.

  187      A snapshot in colour restricted to those aged 10 and under—age to be stated.   Max. print size 7” x 5”.

  188    Colour photograph taken at any previous Sturton & Stow Show or Ploughing Match

  189    Colour photograph.  Subject in Movement.  Maximum print size 7” x 5”.              

  190    A snapshot in colour restricted to those aged  11 to 16 years —age to be stated.  Max. print size 7” x 5” . 

  191    “Magenta Interest.”  Important element of picture to be Magenta.  (In 2012 the colour will be Silver)

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