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Suggestions of what you may be cultivating, brewing, cooking or fabricating have been posted here, with sections listed below

The full classes list is now available to view & download here.

Download the Class Entry Form here.

Vegetables, Fruit and Flower Section

Well you could virtually grow anything and there would be a class for it. 

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In Memory of Alby Dale 

Potatoes, all sorts of beans, onions and eschalots, carrots, peas and leeks, salad vegetables and tomatoes, not forgetting novices, who have not won first prizes before, who can try a trug of vegetable or flowers, or a vegetable and a flower together - someone must be proud of something.  The novice section for children this year is a cress head or tallest flower.

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In Memory of Celia Clarkson 

Flowers range from annuals to pom pom Dahlias, which are in memory of prize winning resident and councillor John Tubby,  sweet peas, pansies, roses and fuschias, plus pots for the patio.  All we need now is some sunshine and only a little bit of rain.

Flower Arranging

Were looking for dazling arrangements with the theme of "The Olypmics" this year, plus an arrangement of mixed garden flowers and foliage in a vase, or a corsage -  for beginners, a table center piece. Have a go, you might win!

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Photography

Photography

Titles in this section are - A sports event, Yorkshire view, cutest baby, Generations and Pet (digital entry) - what pictures have you taken in the past year.

Beverages

Classes include a bottle of cordial, homemade liguer, homebrew and a flavoured gin.  Cocktails of "The Olympics", and a non-alcoholic Fruit Energy drink!

Cocktails

Bygones

Again a nice selection this year, we're moving from pre 1980 to pre 1990's, we must all have a something tucked away at the back of a book case or in the attic - select an item of Sporting memorabilia, a musical item, Photo of a sporting event, a postcard or an item of sports kit - next stop Antiques Roadshow!

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Farmers

Usual classes of wheat, barley, oats and oilseed rape, plus potatoes, eggs, and weed identification, then also a Vintage or a Modern farming photo (you don't have to be a farmer).

Art

Topics this year are a painting in watercolour, or in any other medium, or a drawing, 3D sulpture or local landscape in any medium. Start composing your limericks for "The Olympics".

Crafts

Classes this year include any article machine sewn, any wollen item, an item of cross-stich or embroidery, a homemade soft toy, a mended or repaired cloth or woolen item, a piece of handmade jewellery, an upcycled article.  If you've been busy crafting other things, there's an any other handicraft class and a seperate one for novices and men, so have a look and see what class you can enter!

And finally...

Special Family Entry - Snail

This year we will again be providing cutouts of a Snail for families to decorate.

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In Memory of Ruth McLeod

On your marks, get set, BAKE!   In our bake off tent you will be judged on an decorated "The Olympics" cake, a citris drizzle cake, tear 'n' share loaf, fruit or cheese scones, lemon tart, shortbread, oat based trau bake or a sausage roll - to name but a few! Also a Chocolate Swiss Roll with jam using the recipie provided in the Schedule - what a choice!

 

Men's Baking class this year is for a vegetable cake .

 

Under 16's can have a go at fruit muffins, 5 decorated buns with an Olympic theme, plate of colourful open sandwiches or a chocolate brownie tray bake. Yum!

 

In the preserves section, the usual classes of marmalade, curd, jams, honey and chutney or relish appear together with a jar of pickles and flavoured vinegar

Children's Entries - ages between 4 and 25

Age sections are 4 and under, 5-7, 8-11, and 12-15 and a NEW SECTION for this year 16-25.  More information and more classes in the Schedule.

 

Lots of  free time activity here. Under 4's can make a hand or finger footprint flower painting, a gold medal, a playdoh model or a collage. Older 5-7's can get creative making a lego sulpture, a paper plate with a floral design, a photo montage of your life, "Sports Day" in a tin lid and more!  8-11's can be imaginative in making an upcycled item or a drawing of thier favourite character from a book plus lots of other art and crafty ideas, 12- 15's can also make a comic book style drawing or painting, an upcycled plastic pot or get creative with a selfie in an unusual (but safe!) place.  For our new section of 16-25 years, we have baking of 4 chocolate muffins, or gardening with vegetable in a pot or have a go at some photography of animals.

 

There's many more classes and details in the schedule, so click the link above or get one and be creative.  Don't forget the Fancy Dress in the Arena too.

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