Clayton Horticultural Society
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CONTACTS :
Chairman -
   Jennifer Andrew
   01274 881906
Secretary -
   Sheila Patchett
   01274 690349
Treasurer -
   Helen Simpson
   01274 883906
Webmaster -
   John Andrew

Annual Show - Notes

These notes will help you to ensure that your exhibit is in accordance with the society's requirements.

 

Class Note.
49 A metal, enamel or foil dish is recommended for crisp, evenly cooked pastry.
50 Any kind of cake. Can be an iced cake, chocolate-covered cake, etc. To celebrate an event. Not to be cut.
52/53/54 Exhibit in a glass jar with a wax disc, cellophane top and sterilised screw lid. Type and date of making should be indicated on the jar.
Put the society's class label on the JAR, not on the lid.
55 A non-alcoholic drink in a clear glass screw-top bottle. Type, date of making should be indicated on the bottle.
61 Maximum size 40cm x 30cm.Garnish with parsley, optional.
62 One variety of fruit, not in any other class, displayed on a 20cm paper plate provided by the society.
67 Should be shown in bowl or container large enough to allow the flower head to float freely.
69 Max size 60cm wide, high & deep.
Bought flowers, other plant materials and accessories permitted.
70 Min size 10cm wide, high & deep. Max size 23cm wide, high & deep.
Bought flowers, other plant materials and accessories permitted.
73 & 74 Use natural materials mainly: flower buds, seeds, berries, pebbles. Max size 36cm x 26cm
76 Bought biscuits permitted, e.g. digestive, rich tea, etc. Maybe ice a pattern or decorate with "Hundreds and Thousands".
77 Necklace, bracelet made from a selection of sweets, pasta, dried fruit, etc. Thread on a fine string.