Classes

 

The following competitions for Nidderdale Show 2017 are hereby given prior notice:

Veg (2)FARM CROPS, VEGETABLES & FLOWERS

FARM CROPS
Two Swedes, untrimmed (one to be cut when judged)
Two Fodderbeet, untrimmed (one to be cut when judged)
Three stems of Maize as cut
Sward of Grass, 45 cm (18″) square, permanent or ley
Traditional Meadow Hay (sample to be displayed – one flap or bagged)
1 to 2 kilos of Grass Silage (to be exhibited in a rigid, clear plastic, lidded container)

VEGETABLES
Four White Potatoes
Four Coloured Potatoes
Two Beetroot, Round – leaves removed leaving approx. 7.5 cm (3”) leaf stalk (one may be cut at the judge’s discretion)
One Cauliflower
Three Onions – each onion to be 280 g (9.8 oz) or under – Dressed
Three Onions – each onion to be 281 g (9.8 oz) or over – Dressed
One White Cabbage, Round (may be cut at the Judge’s discretion)
Four Home Grown Tomatoes (not Cherry)
Six Cherry Tomatoes
Four Runner Beans
Three bulbs of Garlic
Five Chillies – any colour
Two Leeks, Pot – max. 15 cm (6”) to tight button
Two Carrots, Long – tops trimmed to approx. 8 cm (3.2”) long
Two Carrots, Stump rooted – tops trimmed to approx. 8 cm (3.2”) long
Two Parsnips – tops trimmed to approx. 8 cm (3.2”) long
Vegetable Marrow – NOT to exceed 38 cm (15″) in length
Two Courgettes (one may be cut at the judge’s discretion)
Six Shallots
Tray of Vegetables, to comprise of five different vegetables
Trug of Garden Vegetables, minimum of three varieties – arranged for effect as well as quality (NOT to be judged on points)
A Potato Grown in a Bucket – Heaviest Crop.
ONE potato grown in a 2 gallon* container – must be benched as grown. To be judged on weight, not number of potatoes grown. Each container will be emptied and the contents weighed after the tent re-opens to the public. *Any other size will be excluded.

LOCAL CLASSES
Four White Potatoes
Four Coloured Potatoes
Four Onions as grown (with top and roots)
Four Runner Beans
Two Beetroot, Round – leaves removed and approx. 7.5 cm (3”) stalk
Four Tomatoes
Six Cherry Tomatoes
Five Chillies
Three Baking Apples
Six Plums or Damsons (or combination of both)
Ten Blackberries – stalk intact
Two Sticks of Rhubarb

FLOWERS
Three Dahlias, any sort – 20 cm (8″) diameter or larger
Three Decorative Dahlias – Medium, 15 to 20 cm (6″ to 8″) diameter
Three Cactus or Semi-Cactus Dahlias – Medium, 15 to 20 cm (6″ to 8″) diameter
Three Decorative Dahlias – Small, 10 to 15 cm (4″ to 6″) diameter
Three Ball Dahlias – Small, 10 to 15 cm (4″ to 6″) diameter
Three Cactus or Semi-Cactus Dahlias – Small, 10 to 15 cm (4″ to 6″) diameter
Three Pom-Pom Dahlias – not exceeding 5 cm (2″) diameter
Three Chrysanthemums, reflex or reflexing, outdoor grown
Three Chrysanthemums, incurve and incurving, outdoor grown
Three Chrysanthemums, intermediate, outdoor grown
Three Sprays of Chrysanthemums
Vase of Three Specimen Roses, one or more varieties
One Spray of Floribunda Roses
Vase of Three Stem Roses staged as ‘cycle of bloom’ (one bud, one perfect stage bloom, one full bloom)
Vase of Perennials (minimum three species)
Vase of Annuals (minimum three species)
Five Sweet Peas
Vase of Cut Herbs – vase not to exceed 15 cm (6″) in diameter. Arranged for all-round effect. At least one must be in flower.
Flowering Begonia, any type – diameter of pot not to exceed 25 cm (10″)
Flowering Fuchsia – diameter of pot not to exceed 25 cm (10″)
Pot Plant in Flower, any other variety – diameter of pot not to exceed 25 cm (10″)
Ornamental Foliage House Plant, excluding Ferns – diameter of pot not to exceed 25 cm 10″)
A Flowering plant, any type, in an unusual container

LOCAL CLASSES
Five Sweet Peas
One Sunflower – large head, max 30 cm (12”), displayed in vase
One Sunflower – head not to exceed 15 cm (6”), displayed in vase
A Vase of flowers to be judged on scent/fragrance only

 

Handicrafts

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1. Hand knitting – A hat and scarf set (piece of yarn used to be displayed with item).
2. Hand knitting – A toy (please state age of child).
3. An item in/with Bobbin Lace
4. An owl – in any medium.
5. A decorated door stop.
6. Money gift envelope – papercraft.
7. Hand embroidery – Wall hanging to include beads and/or buttons.
8. A French knitted item – any fibre.
9. A wooden item. To fit in a display area of 20 cm square.
10. CHARITY ITEM – A Twiddlemuff (a knitted muff with items attached so that a patient with dementia can twiddle in their hands. People with dementia often have restless hands and like to have something to keep their hands occupied. It provides a wonderful source of visual, tactile and sensory stimulation and at the same time keeping hands snug and warm). All entries will be kept and given to a local Dementia Charity for this reason entry is free – max 3 entries per person. Pattern will be available on request.

Photographs

Classes 1 to 3 are unmounted, max size 18 cm (7 in) x 13 cm (5 in)
1. Getting in Close
2. Wonders of Nature
3. Yorkshire Water
4. Alternative Class – Any photo mounted to fit in 12 in x 12 in space.

 

Schedules and Entry Forms for the Nidderdale Show 2017 will be available to download here from July 2017.

 

 

Plus all the usual competitive classes in the following categories:

All Classes

Dairy, Beef and Store Cattle
Young Farmers’ Competitions
Sheep, Pigs, Goats
Sheep Dog Trials
Fur and Feather
Childrens’ Pet Classes
Walking Sticks, Farm Crops
Vegetables, Flowers, Produce
Home Produce, Handicrafts, Art and Photography
Childrens’ Classes

Open Dog Show

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Open Dog Show held under Kennel Club Rules and Show Regulations. Schedules and further information available from Canine Section Secretary:

Mr Peter Broadbent
89 Acres Hall Crescent
Pudsey
LS28 9DY
Tel: 0113 239 4510

Horses

Affiliated and Unaffiliated Show Jumping
Open Equitation Class
Breeding and Ridden Hunters
Childrens’ Riding & Turnout
Heavy Horses
Mountain and Moorland
Ridden and In-hand Coloured Classes

 

 

 

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