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SEAMER PRODUCE SHOW & CHILDREN’S SPORTS

In aid of Seamer Memorial Hall Funds

SUNDAY 24th JULY

SEAMER VILLAGE HALL

Commencing at 2.00 until 4.30

Refreshments Available

All entries to be put in the Hall BETWEEN 10.00 and 12.00 noon apart from the Scarecrows which can be displayed in the Methodist Chapel Garden from Saturday noon, enabling them to be judged by YOU the public.
Entries to be removed at 4.30 on the show day.

ADMISSION

Adults £1 Children 50p
Free entry for those with over 3 exhibits.

Free entry to traditional Children’s Sports day at 3 p.m. –

sponsored by Seamer Methodist Chapel.

Closing Date for entries – Sunday 10th July

Late Entries will only be accepted in sections with over four entries and at double the normal entry fee.

Entry Fees Adults 50p per entry, Children 20p per entry

Classes 1 to 102 – Prizes:1st £1.50, 2nd £1.00, 3rd 50p
(open to all) – Only one prize may be given, at the judges discretion, for classes with less than four entries.
Classes 103 to 125 – Age to be written on reverse of the entry
(Children only) – Prizes:
(104 – 107) Rosettes and goody bag
(103 and 108 -125) 1st 75p, 2nd 50p, 3rd 30p

ENTRY FORMS

There is one inserted in the April Grapevine. Copies are available from Christine Cooper and Margaret Smith or they can be downloaded from HERE -Click this link to view and to download

Any problems contact:

Christine Cooper, tel., 01642 710294 or Margaret Smith, 01642 710611
Forms to be returned with a cheque to:
Christine Cooper, Lowfields Farm, Seamer, TS9 5NB or
Margaret Smith, 4 Brackenhill Walk, Seamer, TS9 5NN by Sunday 10th July.
Anyone who will be away for the event, but would like to enter, should contact either Christine Cooper or Margaret Smith.

LIST OF CLASSES

FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

1. 1 Cabbage 16. 6 Radishes
2. 1 Cauliflower or Calabrese head 17. 3 Tomatoes
3. 3 Potatoes – any variety 18. 1 Truss Tomatoes
4. 3 Beetroot 19. 1 Truss Cherry Tomatoes
5. 3 Turnips 20. Heaviest Tomato
6. 3 Carrots 21. Tray of 5 varieties of vegetable
7. 6 pod Peas 22. Jug of Herbs
8. 6 pods Sugar Snap or Mangetout Peas 23. 3 Sticks of Rhubarb
9. 6 pods Broad beans 24. Any unscheduled fruit
10. 2 Courgettes 25. 3 Apples
11. 1 Cucumber 26. Dish of Berries
12. 1 head (round) Lettuce 27. 3 Pears
13. 1 head Lettuce (State variety) 28. Misshapen fruit or vegetable
14. 6 Spring Onions 29. Home-grown salad displayed 15. Any unscheduled Vegetable on a plate

FLOWERS

30. Single Rose – Specimen Bloom 39. Cacti or Succulent plant
31. 1 stem Floribunda Rose 40. Ladies Corsage
32. Vase of mixed Garden Flowers 41. Gents Buttonhole
3
33. Vase of Foliage (no Berries) 42. Most unusual flower
34. Single Leaf 43. Single Bloom & single Vegetable
35. Flowering Pot Plant 44. 3 French marigolds
36. Foliage Pot Plant 45. 3 Pansies
37. 6 Sweet Peas 46. 1 Specimen bloom any variety
38. Flowers of one Variety

FLORAL ART

47. An arrangement in a jug 49. Fantasy, (not in a Vase)
48. 3 flowers, can include Foliage. 50. Fit for a Queen’s 90th Birthday!

PRODUCE AND BAKING

51. 1 Jar Jam (any variety) 59. Chocolate Cake (un-iced)
52. 1 Jar of Marmalade 60. Gluten Free Cake
53. 1 Jar of Lemon Curd 61. 4 Cup cakes
54. 1 Jar of Chutney 62. Gingerbread loaf
55. 4 Cheese Scones 63. Fruit Pie (Shortcrust) on a saucer
56. 4 Fruit Scones 64. 1 round of Shortbread
57. 4 Shortcrust sausage rolls 65. 1 breadmaker loaf
58. 1 Quiche 66. 4 hand made Bread buns

EGGS (contents judged on single entries)

67. 3 Brown Eggs 70. 1 Brown Egg
68. 3 White Eggs 71. 1 White Egg
69. 3 Coloured Eggs (natural) 72. Any other Coloured Egg

HANDICRAFTS

74. 1 hand knitted Adult Garment 85. Hand made Box
75. 1 hand knitted Child’s garment 86. Pincushion any medium
76. 1 hand knitted Baby’s garment 87. Patchwork (large)
77. Handmade Pincushion 88. Patchwork (small to medium)
78. Decorated Egg 89. Crochet
79. Embroidery worked on Even- 90. Painting, Oil or Acrylic
weave fabric includes Tapestry 91. Monochrome Drawing 80. Embroidery NOT on Evenweave 92. Watercolour Painting
fabric 93. Collage
81. Gift Wrapped Parcel 94. Portrait (any media)
82. Item of Beadwork 95. Mixed media
83. Item of Jewellery
84. Any Handicraft not in Schedule
( State Craft and size)

PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographs – unmounted – no larger than A5
96. Seamer Village 99. My Pet
97. Flowers 100. Landscape
98. Children

MISCELLANEOUS

101. Named Scarecrow – adult class 102. Largest Weed

CHILDREN’S CLASSES (sponsored by Methodist Church)

Note: Name and Age to be written on the back of Entry.
103. Named Scarecrow – children’s class

PRE SCHOOL AND NURSERY

104. Painting or Drawing 106. Collage or 3D Picture
105. Small model 107. Edible necklace

RECEPTION, YEARS 1 & 2

108. Painting or Drawing 110. Collage or 3D Picture
109. 3D Model 111. Edible necklace

YEARS 3 & 4.

112. Painting or Drawing 114. Any Craft not scheduled
113. Model, Painted Mask or tile 115 . Animal made from
vegetables

YEARS 5 & 6

116. Painting or Drawing 118. Any Craft not scheduled
117. Model, Painted Mask or tile 119. Animal made from
Vegetables

YEARS 7, 8 & 9

120. Design & Technology product 122. Photograph “Best
121. Collage Friends”

YEARS 10 & 11

123. Design & Technology product 125. Photograph “Best
124. Collage Friends”

YOUR VILLAGE NEEDS YOU!

Please support “Seamer Produce Show”

Help needed now to paint placards, distribute posters, tombola prizes, etc.

Help will be needed nearer the time with stewarding, ,serving tea and coffee, baking for the afternoon refreshments and Sponsorship.

Please contact either :

Christine Cooper
tel: 01642710294 e-mail: chris_cooper1@hotmail.com
Margaret Smith
tel: 01642710611 e-mail: margart014@gmail.com

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