The following information should help you with entries for the Produce Show

BRATTON CLOVELLY 72st ANNUAL
PARISH PRODUCE SHOW  (Saturday 5th August 2017 3:00pm)
 

Entries to be sent by Thurs 3th August to the Show Secretary:
Mrs C. Miles, West Burrow Farm, Bratton Clovelly EX20 4JJ. Tel: 01837-871398 or
Mrs. M. Jordan, The Old Post Office, Bratton Clovelly EX20 4JX Tel: 01837-871220

Entry Fee - 20p per exhibit . ~ Admission to show: Adult £1 - Children free. 

 

RULES:
• Exhibits must not have previously won a prize at Bratton Clovelly.
• The decision of the judges is final.
• Exhibitors may make 2 entries in any class.
• Exhibits must be grown in ground occupied by the exhibitor, 
except in Classes 42-46
where flowers may be bought.

• Exhibitors must provide their own trays, dishes, vases etc.
•  All exhibits to be arranged in the Hall by 11 am on the day of the show. 


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2017 Classes
Entry Forms are usually dropped through your Door (BC Residents)
or are available via this website page

SELF GROWN CLASSES
1. Runner Beans - 6 pods
2. French Beans - 6 pods 
3. Round Beet - 3
4. Vegetable Marrow - 1 
5. Carrots - 3 any variety 
6. Any Brassica 
7. Onions - 4 grown from sets 
8. Potatoes - 4 round or oval White 
9. Potatoes - 4 round or oval Coloured 
10. Potatoes – 4 salad variety
11. Shallots - 6 
12. Cucumber- any variety 
13. Longest Runner Bean 
14. Tomatoes - 3 
15. Tomatoes - 3 cherry 
16. Courgettes - 3 
17. Peas - 6 pods 
18. Salad Vegetables - 3 varieties 
19. Display of 5 home-grown vegetables
20. Rhubarb 3 stems
21. Chillies or Peppers - 3
22. Any vegetable not included in the classes 1-21
23.Any fruit not included in the classes 1-21
 
FLOWERS
24. Bouquet of Herbs 
25. Parsley - 5 sprigs in a jar 
26. Herbs - 5 different in a jar 
27. Vase of mixed garden flowers 
28. Three flowering perennials - mixed 
29. Three flowering annuals - mixed 
30. One specimen rose 
31. Dahlias - 5 
32. Dahlia -1 specimen
33.Dahlia -1 specimen - pompom
34. Three stems of one variety of flowering shrub 
35. Five stems sweet peas one colour
36. Five stems sweet peas mixed
37. A foliage house plant 
38. A flowering house plant
39. A flowering orchid
40. One succulent or cacti 
41. Floating fuchsia flower in a wine glass 
  
FLORAL ART
42. A display not greater than 24" 
overall (titled) ~ "FIRE and ICE"
43. An arrangement not greater than 18"
overall ~ Incorporating a Sea Shell
44. A miniature arrangement not greater 
than 4 inches overall
45. An arrangement using a Flower Pot
46. An arrangement using Foliage Only
  
PRESERVES
47. Jar of chutney - any variety
48. Jar of chutney - runner bean 
49. Jar of pickle - any variety 
50. Pot of jelly- any variety 
51. Pot of jam - any variety 
52. Pot of marmalade 
53. Pot of curd - any variety 
54. Pot of honey 
55. Ketchup/sauce in clear bottle

HOME PRODUCE

(All cooked items to be covered in clear film)

56. Three Sausage Rolls

57. Chocolate Orange Cake Ladies Only (given recipe)
58. Three Jam Tarts
59. Three Savoury scones
60. One Jam Swiss Roll
61. One Plait Loaf - white or brown (at least 12 hours old)
62. One Cheesecake - not to exceed 8"
63. One Jelly in a Wine Glass
64. One Savoury Dip
65. Three Biscuits of your choice
66. Four fresh eggs
WINE 
(To be shown in clear bottles, clearly
labelled with type and year)
67. 1 bottle Fruit gin 
68. 1 bottle Fruit vodka 
69. 1 bottle white wine 
70. 1 bottle red wine 
71. 1 bottle any fruit spirit 
72. 1 bottle beer or cider

MEN ONLY
73. A Tea Bread (recipe below)
74. A hand-crafted item 
75. Any other hobby 
76. A Poem 'My Favourite Transport'

HANDICRAFTS
77. Needlecraft- Ladies
78. An item of Cross Stitch 
79. Hand knitted item 
80. Item of crochet 
81. Any Other Craft


ART 

82. Single or mixed-media (colour) - 'Patterns of Nature'

83. Any media - An Original Portrait (Animal or Human)
84. Pencil/Pen/Charcoal (Mono) - 'From Above'
85. Any media.- A Landscape

PHOTOGRAPHY
(5 by 7 inch not mounted)
86. Original Image - The Other Side of the Fence
87. Original Image - Call of the Wild
88. Digitally Enhanced - Out of the Dark
89. Digitally Enhanced - Mirror Mirror 
Original Image means a print from a camera without additional effects (ie digital filters) 
Digitally Enhanced means a print that has been altered by digital filters or by computer manipulation (combining images, colour adjustments etc)

CHILDREN'S SECTION
90. Under 5's ~ A Decorated Paper Plate
91. For  4 - 6 years - Nature Houses & Homes

92. For 7 - 9 years - Animals in Art

93. For 9 - 11 years - Hedgehog Homes

94 . Any Age ~ A Lego Model

95. 
Any Age ~ Animal Sculptures

Given Recipes
 
CHOCOLATE ORANGE CAKE (LADIES ONLY)
 1 medium Orange - 175g (6oz) soft margarine  - 175g (6oz) caster sugar 
3 medium eggs (beaten) - 2 tbs cocoa powder  - 2 tbs warm water  - 1 tsp baking powder 
 200g (7oz) self-raising wholemeal flour  - 5 tbs natural yoghurt 
Icing Ingredients 
115g (4oz) milk chocolate, - 175g (6oz) plain chocolate 
150ml (quarter pint) soured cream
8” greased round cake tin 3” deep  - Oven 170C,  325F,  Gas mark 3

Grate the rind of the orange, retain juice, Beat the margarine until soft, stir in the sugar and the orange rind. Beat until light and fluffy.  Add eggs to creamed mixture. Mix cocoa powder and water to a paste, add to mixture.  Sift the baked baking powder and half the flour into the mixture, then add half the yoghurt and fold in. Add the remaining flour and yoghurt. Add the orange juice. Spoon the mixture into the tin. Bake for approximately one hour until firm to touch. Leave in tin to cool. FOR THE ICING; melt the chocolate over hot water, whisk in soured cream. When cool spread over cake. Decorate with grated chocolate.


 FRUIT TEABREAD (MEN ONLY)
115g (4oz) Soft margarine - 150ml tea - 175g (6oz) mix dried fruit - 115g (4oz) caster sugar 
 250g (9oz) self-raising flour - One level tsp bicarbonate of soda 
Half level tsp salt - Half level tsp mixed spice 

Oven 175 C, 350F, Gas mark 4  ~ Grease and line a 2lb loaf tin. 

In a saucepan melt margarine, tea and sugar over a low heat. Bring to the boil and simmer for 4 minutes. Allow to cool. Mix thoroughly with all the dry ingredients. Place in prepared tin. 
Bake for One to One&Quarter hours until a skewer comes out clean. Leave in tin for 10 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack. 
REMEMBER you can place a sheet of foil over the tin to prevent burning.




Looking forward to your 2017 Entries

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