The show schedule will soon be available but as usual there will be classes for the heaviest and largest vegetables, presentations of vegetables, fruit and herbs, cut flowers, pot plants and succulents, flower arrangements, jams, chutneys, cakes, tarts as well as handicrafts, photography, and children’s classes.
Topics for the following classes are as follows:
Photography – 2 classes,
Lady Debenham Cup – will be awarded to the most colourful garden seen from the road.
Novelty Cup – any handicraft that was made between 1969 and 2018. There will be no entry fee for this class so you can enter as many items as you wish and the show organisers are hoping that you will look in your cupboards, loft or shed for your current or past handicrafts and that there will thereby be a wide range of items on display covering the period over which the show has taken place.
If you have not entered the show before now is the time to have a go, or if you are a regular entrant why not try one of the classes that you don’t normally enter. Don’t be put off if your fruit, flowers or vegetables aren’t perfect due to weather conditions, etc. remember everyone is in the same boat and ‘you have to be in it to win it’!
To get an idea of the day click on The Church Fete
If you would like to advertise an event open to the public taking place in the parish please use the Contact form to advise. You will then be asked for all the details – place, start and finish time, copy of any flyer produced etc. This a free service for public use of the Briantspuddle village hall where the proceeds go to the village hall and for fund raising activity within the parish in aid of public endeavour.