CANTLEY & DISTRICT FLOWER SHOW
Saturday 9th September 2023 at 2pm
CLASSES TO ENTER
Please select the classes you wish to enter this year and enter them on your Entry Form. Completed Entry Forms to be handed in by Thursday 7th September 2023. Late entries may be accepted on the day of the Show at the discretion of the committee.
No exhibitor may make more than one entry per class. Please use a separate Entry Form for each person entering. For older children entering both adult and children’s classes please use two separate forms.
Entry Forms are provided in the Flower Show Programme or may be printed from the opening menu.
(All flowers to have been grown by the exhibitor except Classes B1, B2 & B3 below.)
A1… Bowl of mixed Annuals
A2… 3 Stems of rose
A3… 3 Different Perennials
A4… 1 Specimen Rose
A5… 3 Chrysanthemums
A6… 3 Asters (single)
A7… 3 Asters (double)
A8… 1 Specimen Gladioli
A9… Pot Fuchsia
A10. 3 Stems of different Shrubs
A11. 3 Dahlias decorative
A12. 3 Dahlias Pom Pom
A13. 3 Dahlias cactus
A14. 3 Marigold blooms
A15. 1 Geranium-Pelargonium
A16. 3 Carnations/Pinks
A17. 1 Flowering Begonia
A18. Indoor planted bowl 12”max
A19. Your best garden flower
A20. 1 Indoor Pot Plant-grown specifically for its flowers
A21. 1 Indoor Pot Plant-grown specifically for its foliage
A22. 1 Indoor Pot Plant-cactus
A23. 1 Indoor Pot Plant-succulent
B1… Arrangement for frontal effect without accessories
B2… Miniature arrangement (max 4” in any direction)
B3… Themed flower arrangement depicting a Song Title.
(18” max in any direction)
(All vegetables to have been grown by the exhibitor)
C1… 3 White Potatoes
C2… 3 Coloured Eye Potatoes
C3… 3 Coloured Potatoes
C4… Longest Runner Bean
C5… 6 Runner Beans
C6… 3 Onions-white
C7… 3 Onions-coloured
C8… 3 Carrots
C9… 3 Beetroot
C10. 6 Shallots
C11. 5 Cherry Tomatoes
C12. 5 Indoor Tomatoes
C13. 3 Outdoor Tomatoes
C14. Largest Tomato
C15. 3 Courgettes
C16. 3 Leeks
C17. 1 Lettuce
C18. 1 Cucumber
C19. 1 Vegetable Marrow
C20. Largest Marrow
C21. 2 Parsnips
C22. Collection of Veg (6 varieties)
C23. Most unusual shaped Veg
C24. Any Veg not mentioned
C25. Collection of 5 Herbs
(All fruit to have been grown by the exhibitor)
D1… 12 Cultivated Blackberries
D2… 12 Raspberries
D3… 3 Eating Apples
D4… 3 Cooking Apples
D5… 3 Pears
D6… 5 Plums
D7… Collection of Fruit
D8… Any Fruit not mentioned
(All cookery items must have been prepared by the exhibitor. Any exposed cookery items should be covered. Cling film is acceptable)
E1… 3 Sausage Rolls (short crust)
E2… 4 Cheese Scones
E3… Savoury Flan
E4… 1 Jar of Pickles/Chutney
E5… Any other savoury item
E6… 1 White Loaf of Bread
E7… 1 Brown Loaf of Bread
E8… Fruit Cake (see recipe)
E9… Victoria Sandwich (Jam Filled)
E10… Decorated Cake
E11…Round of Shortbread
E12… 6 Biscuits
E13… 4 Fruit Scones
E14… Lemon Drizzle Cake (see recipe)
E15… 6 Jam Tarts
E16… Any other cake/buns
E17… Fruit Tart (Pastry top & bottom)
E18… Any other dessert
E19… 1 Jar of any Fruit Jam
E20… 1 Jar of Lemon Curd
E21… 1 Jar of Fruit Jelly
E22… Confectionery 5 items
E23… 1 Bottle Home Made Wine/Liqueur
E24… 3 Eggs (of one type from your chickens/ducks etc)
RECIPE FOR FRUIT CAKE (COOKERY CLASS E8)
Put the sultanas, currants, raisins, sugar, water, cherries, marge and salt into a saucepan, bring to the boil and simmer for 20mins.
Preheat oven to 170 deg C (325F).
Grease and line an 8-inch cake tin.
Add the egg to the cooled fruit, mix and stir well.
Add the flour and mix well.
Turn into the prepared tin, smooth top and arrange almonds on top.
Bake for 1 ¼ to 1 ½ hours until risen and golden brown.
Allow to cool slightly before turning out.
6oz (175g) Demerara sugar, 5oz (150g) Sultanas, 4oz (110g) Currants,
5oz (150g) Raisins, 10 fl oz (275 ml) Water, 4oz (110g) Margarine or Butter,
3oz (75g) Glace cherries, 10oz (275g) Self-raising flour,
2oz (50g) Blanched almonds, Pinch of salt, 1 Beaten egg.
RECIPE FOR LEMON DRIZZLE CAKE (COOKERY CLASS E14)
Sift the flour and baking powder into a large mixing bowl, add the remaining cake ingredients and beat until smooth.
Spoon the mixture into a greased and base-lined 2lb (1kg) loaf tin.
Bake in a preheated oven at 180C, 350F, Gas 4 for 50 minutes or until cooked.
Turn on to a wire tray.
Put the lemon juice and sugar in a saucepan and heat gently until the sugar has dissolved.
While cake is warm, drizzle the syrup over so that it soaks into the cake.
6oz (175g) self-raising flour, 1 teaspoon baking powder,
6oz (175g) Baking spread (margarine or softened butter)
6oz (175g) caster sugar, 3 medium eggs, 2 tablespoons milk, Finely grated rind of 2 large Lemons
Juice of 2 large lemons, strained, 4oz (115g) caster sugar
All items of handicraft must have been made by the exhibitor within the last 2 years and must not have been exhibited previously at this Show.
F1… Any Knitted Adult Garment
F2… Any Knitted Baby/Child Garment
F3… Any Sewn Garment
F4… Item of embroidery (to include cross stitch, tapestry, embroidery and applique)
F5… Model made of any material
F6… A Painting/Sketch
F7… A Greeting Card (Any occasion/Medium)
F8… Any unfinished Item of handicraft
F9… A Soft Toy
F10… An Item of Crochet
F11… Any other type of Handicraft
(Photographs must have been taken by the exhibitor and must not exceed 10 inches by 8 inches, 25cm x 20cm, including any mount. There is no time limit on when the photograph was taken. Any frame should be removed.)
P1…Black & White
CHILDREN (O to 6 years)
G1…grow your own veg (e.g. mustard and cress or carrot top)
G2…a creature from natural materials
G3…a model from kit or cereal box or other junk/recycled material
G4…a thumbprint painting of poppies
G5…a birthday card
G6…a photograph – Pets
G7…a piece of artwork done at school or home that you are proud of
G8…a decorated egg (hard-boiled)
CHILDREN (7 to 10 years)
H1…grow your own veg (any vegetable that you have grown)
H2… an item of cookery
H3…a model from a cereal box or other junk/recycled material
H4….a model from a kit
H5…a greetings card
H6… a photograph – Countryside
H7…a piece of artwork done at school or home that you are proud of
H8…a hand-drawn comic strip with speech bubbles
H9…a mini floral display
H10…any item of handicraft
CHILDREN (11 to 16 years)
J1…grow your own veg (any vegetable that you have grown)
J2…an item of cookery
J3…a model from a cereal box or other junk/recycled material
J4…a model from a kit
J5…a greetings card
J6…a photograph – Transport
J7…a piece of artwork done at school or home that you are proud of
J8…a hand-drawn comic strip with speech bubbles
J9…a mini floral display
J10…any item of handicraft