Thank you to everyone who entered the Virtual Competition Classes

Class Winners announced on our Facebook Page

A Video of the Horticultural and Photographic entries can also be found on the Facebook page

 

The 2021 Programme Schedule will be available in early 2021 and we do hope that those of you that entered the Virtual Classes have been inspired to enter next year.

Go on, have a go!

 
Have you been inspired by the Big Allotment Challenge, Kirstie’s Handicrafts or The Great British Bake Off? Then why not enter one of the competitive classes at the Show.   You do not have to be an expert as we have novice sections     There really is something for all ages and abilities.      – If you don’t have a go – we won’t have a Show!
 

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

A pdf of the original 2020 Show schedule with full details of all the classes is available here for download  This is a simplified version as the original is 84.4 Mb!

FURTHER INFORMATION

We can provide hints and tips on showing vegetables and fruit when you bring in your entry form, but if required earlier please email the site.
See also What to do before the Show for further details.
 

Photography

there is always a wide variety of activities to get involved with

Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables, Floral art, Knitting, Textiles, Baking, Poetry and Photography.

Fun for all ages

there's plenty to keep children of all ages occupied

We also have 60 classes for children from pre-school to under 16’s.

Vegetable Creations

come and enjoy the fun

Vegetable creature creations are great fun for kids to enjoy and helps them develop creativity and appreciate freshly grown produce.

Prize Vegetables

champion vegetables

Whether you’re a serious vegetable grower or just want to have a bit of fun this competition is probably for you. We have a new class this year – a misshapen vegetable.
From novice to expert – all are welcome to join in