Affiliated Society and Junior classes can be found towards the end of the form.

Early Autumn Show Entry Form

CUT FLOWERS

* Classe 4, Novice class restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize for Chrysanthemums at any of this Society’s shows.
* Class 7, Novice class restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize for Chrysanthemums at any of this Society’s shows.
* Class 20 Novice class restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize in Dahlia classes at this Society’s shows.
* Class 25 Novice class restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize in Dahlia classes at this Society’s shows.
* Class 30, Novice class restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize in Dahlia classes at this Society’s shows.
(Flowers, excluding Dahlias, raised from seed in the twelve months preceding the show)

POT PLANTS

(Plants can be shown in pots, half-pots or pans)
* Classes 75 & 76 Novice classes restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize for Cacti and/or Succulents at any of this Society’s shows.
* Classes 75 & 76 Novice classes restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize for Cacti and/or Succulents at any of this Society’s shows.
* Class 85 is a novice class for exhibitors who have never won a first prize in the Fuchsia classes at this Society’s shows. The length of clear stem from the soil to the lowest branch should be as follows:- Standard: not less than 750mm, Half Standard: at least 450mm, but less than 750mm. Quarter Standard: 305mm to 450mm. Miniature Standard: 152mm to305 mm. Pyramid: not less than 25mm.
Shown as grown, pots not necessary.
* Class 90 is a novice class for exhibitors who have never won a first prize in Pelargonium classes at this Society’s shows.

FRUIT

(The centre specimen on a plate of fruit may be supported)

VEGETABLES

*Class 187 is a Novice class, restricted to exhibitors who have never won a first prize for vegetables at any of the Society’s shows.

COOKERY

Affiliated Society Classes

Junior Classes

Exhibitor Entry Fees and Notes

Entry Fees:

  1. Entry is free to paid up members or joint members of the society.
  2. Non-members fee of 50p per entry (No Maximum entry limit).

Fees are payable on arrival to exhibit.

Notes:

  1. To avoid waste of time and staging space, all exhibitors are requested to refer to the show regulations and schedule, and check they are entering the right class(s).
  2. Wherever possible exhibitors should notify the Show Secretary the day before the show if they are unable to compete, or wish to withdraw an entry.