Flower and Produce Show
The 2022 Show
The date of the show has been confirmed as Bank Holiday Saturday 27 August. Before then the garden classes will be judged in the week beginning 20 June and troughs and hanging baskets will be judged on the evening of 25 July. All the details are in the show schedules which are now being distributed. If you don't get a schedule or lose it, you can see and download a full copy here.
Please support the show. It's nothing without you.
Flower and Produce Show - An Introduction
The annual Flower and Produce Show encourages people of all ages to grow and display fruits, vegetables and flowers and to demonstrate their skill in making preserves or baking bread and cakes.
It culminates in the annual show in the Reading Room, which is always well attended and raises money for local charities.
The show itself usually takes place on the Saturday of the August bank holiday weekend. To take account of the season, judging of the garden classes takes place in June and of hanging baskets in July.
While we take pride in our show, competition is friendly and the rules are kept simple to encourage as many people as possible to take part.
Although the show's format is well tested, the Committee is always interested in ideas to bring new interest and engage more people in supporting the show. If you have any ideas or suggestions, particularly to involve children, please contact Phillip Ward.
Previous Flower and Produce Shows
2021 Show 4 September
After the forced cancelation of the 2020 show, the show is back for 2021. Please note the change of date to 4 September.
Schedules for this year's show have been distributed to - hopefully- every house in the village. If you haven't received your show schedule - or you have lost it- don't worry you can down-load it here.
Judging has now taken place for the seven garden categories. Entries for all the remaining classes are now open - details are in the show schedule - but since the date has had to be moved back the last date for entries is now 2 September.
Please support the show and help us raise funds for our chosen charities supporting the NHS Horton Hospital and Dogs for Good.