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The Hodder Valley Show
Saturday 12th September 2020

 

at Langden Holme Farm, Dunsop Bridge BB7 3AU

By Kind Permission of The Duchy of Lancaster and The Carr Family

President 2020 : Mr Edward Parkinson

Notice of 2020 Hodder Valley Show Classes 

Young Farmers' and Children's Classes to be added later

RECIPES CLICK HERE

CBP 1 Fruit Cake -Not Iced (Must follow recipe click here)
CBP 2 4 Pieces of Millionaires Shortbread
CBP 3 4 Raspberry Buns
CBP 4 4 Pieces of Chocolate Brownie
CBP 5 Undecorated Marble Cake - to be judged on Colour mix
CBP 6 4 Ginger Biscuits (Must follow recipe click here)
CBP 7 A Victoria Sandwich Cake- Jam Filled with Castor Sugar Topping
CBP 8 A Pineapple Loaf (Must follow recipe click here)
CBP 9 An individual Lemon Possett presented with a  shortbread biscuit.
CBP 10 Lemon Drizzle Cake (Must follow recipe click here)
CBP 11 An Unbaked Cheesecake
CBP 12 A Savoury Quiche
CBP 13 Worst baking mistake - A Reject Cake (Entries taken on day by Stewards)
CBP 14 4 Savoury Scones
CBP 15 A Sourdough Loaf - no display boards
CBP 16 Any other form of Bread (e.g. Plait, Focaccia Ciabatta)  no display board.
CBP 17 4 Sweet Truffles - judged on taste and presentation
CBP 18 4 buttercream filled Viennese biscuits
CBP 19 A cake made including a Vegetable - please state  vegetable alongside cake
CBP 21 A Decorated Chocolate Cake- judged on taste and decoration
CBP 22 2 Decorated Gingerbread people (U16)
CBP 23 A round of shortbread (U 16) 

Eggs, Preserves and Fudge

EPF 1 4 Fresh Hen Eggs on a Plain White Saucer, extra saucer to be provided
EPF 4 One jar of Jelly (Savoury or Sweet)
EPF 6 One Jar of Chutney
EPF 7 One Jar of Marmalade
EPF 8 One Jar of Jam- Soft Fruit
EPF 9 One Jar of Jam- Hard Fruit
EPF 10 One Jar of Lemon Cheese
EPF 11 6 Pieces of Fudge to be displayed on a side plate
EPF 13 Home-made Fruit Liqueur - tasting glass to be provided by exhibitor
EPF 14 Jar of Preserved Fruit 

Floral Art

Flowers may be purchased for this section.

FA 1 " Going for Gold "
FA 2 An Arrangement in an unusual container
FA 3 An exhibit depicting a pantomime (Title to be displayed)
FA 4 A Floral Ring
FA 5 " Seasons of Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness "
FA 6 An arrangement using 3 flowers

Flowers

Flowers in this section must be grown by the Exhibitor

F 1 Bowl of Mixed Roses (Vases disqualified) Roses must be grown by Exhibitor
F 2 A Single Bloom - any variety
F 3 A Vase of Sweet Peas ( 5 Spikes)
F 4 Vase of Nasturtiums displayed with their leaves
F 5 3 Gladioli Spikes displayed in a vase.
F 6 Basket of Garden Flowers - arranged for effect
F 7 Bowl of Mixed Dahlias- space 90cm x 60cm to be arranged by exhibitor for effect- no extra foliage to be  used
F 8 A Variety of Pink Flowers - displayed in a vase
F 10 A Vase of assorted Garden Flowers
F 12 Cacti or Succulents displayed in a Kitchen Container
F 14 Garden Flowers displayed in a Baked Bean tin (Under 16)
F 16 A bowl of floating flowers (Under 16)

Handicrafts and Art Section

HA 1 Place Mat, Table Mat or Table Runner
HA 2 A Handmade length of Bunting
HA 3 A Miniature Garden on a Dinner Plate
HA 4 Any item or picture in cross stitch
HA 5 A Handmade Birthday Card
HA 6 A Handmade Bag -Any technique
HA 7 A Soft Toy
HA 8 A Handfelted Picture - can be embellished
HA 9 A Christmas Tree Decoration Any Medium
HA 10 An Item of Patchwork and/or Quilting And/or Applique - please state approx size on Entry Form
HA 11 Dressmaking - any garment
HA 12 Knitting or Crochet or Lace
HA 13 A Pencil, Coloured Pencil or Ink Sketch or Drawing (Max. size A3, max. 2 entries per exhibitor)
HA 14 A Painting in any Media (Max size A3, max 2 entries per exhibitor)
HA 15 An item using recycled materials - Please state size on Entry Form
HA 16 Any kind of Handicraft to be judged on workmanship  and ingenuity


Photography

PLEASE NOTE : ALL CLASSES : Photographs will be accepted up to 10" x 12" including mount) AND must be marked on the reverse side with class number or the entry will be disqualified. Professional photographers or professionally taken photographs are excluded from this section.

MAX. OF 2 ENTRIES PER EXHIBITOR PER CLASS

P 1 Lancashire Landmark
P 2 Abandoned Buildings
P 3 Summer View
P 4 Down by the Water
P 5 A Monochrome View
P 6 Dogs 
P 7 Graffiti or Wall Art
P 8 Any Subject - entrant to be Under 16 years of age
P 9 Spring Colours
P 10 Village Life

Vegetables and Fruit

 Maximum of two entries from a single exhibitor in any one class allowed. All exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor. 

VF 1 Four Pods Of Peas
VF 2 Four Runner Beans
VF 3 Four French Beans
VF 4 Four Broad Beans
VF 5 Six Tomatoes on a Plate
VF 7 One Cucumber
VF 8 One Lettuce with Root
VF 9 One Green Cabbage with Root
VF 10 One Marrow
VF 11 A Vegetable Animal (under 16)
VF 12 Two Roots of Beet with Tops
VF 13 Three Carrots with Tops
VF 14 Two Courgettes
VF 15 Basket/Trug of Produce from your garden greenhouse. Max Size 50cm x 50cm
VF 16 Misshaped Vegetable (entries to be taken on the day)
VF 17 Four Potatoes
VF 19 An Entry of Own Choice from Garden or Greenhouse. One entry per exhibitor.
VF 20 School Gardening Club "Basket of Produce Display" To include anything grown by the children in the school garden.
VF 21 Three Onions
VF 22 Two Leeks

Young Farmers Handicrafts – Open

YFHO 3 4 pieces of Rocky Road
YFHO 4 Photograph ‘New Life’
YFHO 5 Flower arrangement in the theme of the Olympics
YFHO 6 Design a new NFYFC logo
YFHO 7 Cress in an unusual container
YFHO 8 4 Yorkshire Puddings
YFHO 9 Revolution - a recycled item
YFHO 10 A handmade brooch
YFHO 11 A card for a child’s 1st birthday
YFHO 12 1 metre of handmade bunting

Young Farmers Handicraft – Slaidburn only

YFHS 1 Any other handicraft item - girls only
YFHS 2 Any other handicraft item - boys only

 

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