Photographs

Maximum of 3 entries in each class.  Photographs to be un-mounted Maximum size 10”x 8” (254mm x 203mm)

Class

76. Photograph, subject - Trees at Christmas.  (With a horticultural theme).

77. Photograph, subject - Vegetables.  (With a horticultural theme).


Childrens’ Classes

Class

78.   Age 6 and below     Make a person by decorating a vegetable.

79.   Age 7-9                       Collage of a tree.

80.   Age 10-11                  Decorate 3 cupcakes (  cakes do not  have to be made by child).

NOTICES

 

Eentries will be accepted between 6 and 8pm on the Friday  before the show.  

Show hall is open to competitors from 8:30am – 10:55am on the day of the show, at which time it is closed for the judging.

Show opens from 2pm to 4pm for public viewing.  Admission is free and refreshments are available.

The committee will not be responsible for any damage done to plants, flowers, or receptacles during the show, or loss

or damage to any exhibit.

Award cards  1st, 2nd, 3rd and Highly Commended.

Also award cards will be presented to Best Exhibit in Show, Best Flower in Show and Best Fruit/Vegetable in Show.


New members often ask, “Where do I start if I want to exhibit?” 

It might seem a little daunting at first and you might think that your plants, vegetables etc are not good enough, but

you will never know unless you try.   

The most important thing is to read through the schedule and see which of the classes you could enter and with a little

orward planning you could have some really good exhibits. 

As the Show approaches, look in your garden and see what you have that you could show, whether it be cut flowers,

fruit, vegetables or a pot plant, or maybe you might want to exhibit in the cookery, handicraft or photographic sections.  

Make a list of those classes that you considering entering.  

Read your schedule carefully and make sure the number of exhibits in each class is in accordance with the schedule,

then check your entry form thoroughly and hand it to Show secretary or Assistant Show secretary.

This needs to be done by Friday, the day before the show.

Don’t leave shop labels in your pots but write the name of your exhibit on a card if you know the variety.

Remember everyone  is very friendly and always prepared to help and give advice so if there is something you are unsure of, just ask.

 

Taking part is great fun and it’s even better if you win a place in the class that you have entered!  And remember, the more exhibits

that we have, the better the Show will be and hopefully after your first show, you will want to exhibit even more in next years show. 

Don’t forget to pay your subscriptions in order to qualify for the society’s closed awards.

Equal Opportunities

 

The B.H.S. Society supports the principle of equal opportunities in all areas of its activities and opposes all forms of unlawful or unfair discrimination, particular on the grounds of colour, race, nationality, ethnic or national original, religious belief, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status or disability.