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Date/Time
Date(s) - 01/09/2019
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Gilcrux, near Cockermouth

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Gilcrux Flower & Produce Show

Come along to Gilcrux and join in traditional village fun at the annual show.
 
And, better even than a Farmer’s Market, you will have the opportunity to bid for exhibits after judging has taken place. Home made cakes anyone? Preserves? Fresh produce from the gardens?
 

  • Registration and staging of exhibits: 10 am to 12 noon
  • Flower and produce judging: 1 pm
  • Doors open for viewing and teas from 2 pm
  • Sale by auction of exhibits donated by exhibitors: 3 pm
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    Admission: includes tea/coffee and biscuits and is £1.50 for adults and 50p for children.
     
    The Bar will be open!

     
    Everyone welcome
     
    Venue: Gilcrux Village Hall. Gilcrux, CA7 2QD.
     
    Contact: Helen Johnson, 016973 21895 or helj@talktalk.net
     
    More info: www.gilcruxvillagehall.co.uk
     
    Both pubs in the village will also be open from 12 pm and serve meals at lunchtime and evening.

    Schedule of Classes

    Note: All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor. Only 2 entries per person in each class. Please put a not for sale ticket on entries that you do not wish to be sold
     

    Adult Classes
    1. 1 Rose
    2. 6 sweet peas
    3. A bunch of tied herbs
    4. A bowl of flower heads
    5. Painting/picture of a village scene with caption
    6. A corsage or buttonhole
    7. A country bouquet
    8. Vase of garden flowers Produce (cont.)
    37. White loaf made in a bread maker
    38. Traditional baked loaf white or brown
    39. 4 butterfly cakes
    40. Decorated chocolate cake
    41. Plate cake ( shortcrust pastry fruit pie)
    42. 4 pieces of same tray bake
    43. ‘Men only’ Posh Nosh!
    (dish to impress sweet or savoury)
    44. Homemade greeting card
    45. Decorative table centrepiece including a candle
    46. Homemade item of jewellery
    47. Shabby chique!
    (Homemade, painted, handcrafted or sewn)
    48. Home brewed alcohol
     
    Fruit and Vegetables
    (judged on eating quality not size)
    9. 3 round potatoes
    10. 3 long potatoes
    11. A green vegetable of your choice
    12. 3 tomatoes
    13. Most comical fruit or vegetable
    14. 3 runner beans
    15. 3 onions
    16. 1 courgette
    17. 1 cucumber
    18. 3 apples
    19. Exotic/unusual vegetable
    20. 3 eggs from home flock
    21. The greengrocer basket/box of Vegetables
    22. Bowl of garden fruit
    Additional classes
    A. Hand painted wildlife
    B. “New from Old”
    C. Woodwork item
    D. Selfie!
    E. Disaster class (something that didn’t turn out as expected!)
     
    Photographs
    (no more than 3 per person per class)
    23. Natures beauty
    24. ‘wish you were here’ holiday
    25. Never work with children or animals!
    26. Solway views
    27. ‘Lights, camera action,!’ action shot
     
    Children’s classes
    No more than 3 entries per person, per class
    Under 9 years
    50. An animal made from twigs & string
    51. A piece of jewellery made from pasta
    52. A painted pebble
    53. Wooden spoon super hero
     
    Produce
    28. Jar of any fruit jam
    29. Jar of marmalade
    30. Jar of chutney
    31. Dish of rum butter
    32. 4 shortbread biscuits
    33. 3 plain scones
    34. Savoury quiche/flan
    35. Victoria sponge
    (baked in one tin, split & jammed)
     
    Under 16 years
    54. A selfie!
    55. A drawn treasure island map
    56. Decorated gingerbread person
    57. The seaside on a paper plate
    58. Piece of art made from pasta

      
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