FLORAL ART - Classes 1-5 compete for the Hartley Cup Materials may be bought – each class dimensions should not exceed 60cm width/depth and can be any height.
1. A table centrepiece for the Queen's Jubilee garden party 2. Make a greetings card decorated with flowers 3. Make a garland for a head 4. Flowers for a cake 5. A hand-tied bouquet made from garden flowers
HORTICULTURE - Classes 6-18 compete for the Craythorne Rose Bowl. All items to be home grown. Can be mixed colours apart from Class 15
6. Scabious 6 stems 7. Dahlias, 4 stems of the same variety 8. Pinks 6 stems 9. Osteospernum 6 stems 10. Alstromeria 4 stems 11. Achillea 4 stems 12 Kaffir Lily 6 stems 13. Lavatera 4 stems 14. Geum 4 stems 15 Vase of yellow flowers 16 . Pot of sedum 17. Penstemon 4 stems 18. Sweet Peas 6 stems
ROSES - Classes 19-23 to compete for the Silver Rose Bowl. Donated by Margaret Hopper in memory of Redvers Hopper. All items to be home grown.
19 One bloom of any variety 20. Floribunda rose, 2 stems 21. 3 scented blooms, same variety 22 A buttonhole 23 A small spray of rosebuds decorating a gift box
VEGETABLES - Classes 24-53 to compete for the Shackleton Cup Exact number of vegetables in each class should be observed. All items to be home grown
24. 4 white Potatoes 25. 4 red Potatoes 26. 1 Cabbage 27. 1 head Calabrese (Green Sprouting Broccoli) 28. 4 Runner Bean pods 29. 4 French Bean pods 30. 4 Broad Bean pods 31. 4 Pea pods 32. 3 Onions from sets, with roots and leaves, washed, not peeled 33. 3 Onions from sets, dressed 34. 4 Spring Onions, with roots and leaves, not peeled 35. 4 "Cherry" sized Tomatoes, as picked,with stalk 36. 1 truss Tomatoes, ripe or unripe, untrimmed 37. 1 green Lettuce 38. 1 red Lettuce 39. 2 Garlic bulbs, dressed 40. 4 Shallots, dressed 41. 3 Chillies 42. 3 Carrots, tops trimmed to 3cms. 43. 4 Radishes 44. 3 Courgettes 45. 3 Beetroots, any variety, tops trimmed to 10cms. 46. The longest Cucumber 47. 2 mini Cucumbers 48. 2 Leeks, with roots and leaves, washed, not peeled 49. Plate of Salad veg. (min 4) 50. Posy of mixed, named, culinary Herbs 51. 1 Marrow 52. 4 of any Fruit 53. A box containing 4 different vegetables or fruit (max box size 40 x 30cm) 54. Your most successful vegetable this season (just for fun) 55. Your worst vegetable disaster (just for fun)
EGGS - Classes 56-58 to compete for the Askrigg Pottery Egg Cup. All eggs to be from livestock owned by the entrant. Egg carton sections will be provided on show day for displaying.
56. 4 brown home produced hens eggs any breed of hen 57 4 home produced hens eggs of the same colour (other than brown) - any breed 58. 4 home produced eggs of a different type – eg. Bantam, Duck
PRESERVES - Classes 59-67 to compete for the Hopper Cup All preserves are to be home made
59. Jar of orange curd 60. Jar of orange marmalade, hand cut fruit 61. Jar of lemon marmalade 62. Jar of blackcurrant jam 63. Jar of herb jelly 64. A salad dressing or mayonnaise 65. Bottle of ketchup – any fruit or vegetable 66. Jar of courgette chutney 67. Jar of honey – from bees kept in the local area
HOME-MADE TIPPLES - Classes 68-74 to compete for the Widdows Cup All tipples to be home produced, from a kit or natural sources.
68. A bottle of wine – any colour 69. Raspberry cordial 70. Spiced rum 71. A fruit liqueur 72. Beer or lager from a kit 73. Lemonade 74. An unusual drink – must be named, can be alcoholic or not
HOME COOKERY – Classes 75-85 to compete for the Miller Cup All exhibits to be displayed on paper plates – provided on show day. Registration cards will be attached to the paper plate – staplers or sticky tape will be available on show day.
75. 4 sweet muffins of any flavour 76. 4 savoury scones 77. 1 fruit tart 78. 4 pieces of any tray bake 79. 4 pieces of any cake made using a vegetable 80. 1 decorated cake (of any type) for the jubilee. Judged on decoration alone 81. 1 granary loaf 82. 1 plaited white loaf 83. 1 pasty (any filling) 84. 4 pieces of shortbread 85. 1 swiss roll any flavour
HANDICRAFTS - Classes 86-95 to compete for the Craven Award 86. An acrostic poem using the words "Produce Show” 87. “All the fun of the fair” any medium, max 45cm in any direction, let your imagination go wild! 88. Yarn bomb - to go round the pump in Askrigg centre! 89. Collage of something royal 90. Handmade wooden item, max 1 metre in any direction 91. 3D abstract object in any medium, max 45cm any direction 92. Knitted item 93. Sampler showing lines of as many different hand stitches as possible. Items to be judged on stitch regularity and neatness. 94. A ‘Heath Robinson’ style diagram of a machine that uses no fossil fuels. 95. Homemade toiletry or cosmetic
ART - Classes 99-105 to compete for the Ingilby Trophy Work should not be a reproduction of another piece of artwork or a work submitted previously. Entries can be any medium except photography (unless otherwise stated). Framed or mounted entries are equally acceptable. Framed entries require string on the back to facilitate hanging. To be eligible, work must be brought to the Village Hall on the Saturday 27th August between 12 and 1pm.
99. A watercolour seascape 100. Pencil or ink drawing – any subject matter 101. A portrait – any medium 102 An artwork featuring a bridge – any medium 103 Design a Cover for the 2023 Schedule in black and white. This should be A4 in size, can be in any medium, including computer produced, and should include the words “Askrigg Produce Show 2023” 104 An A4 computer generated piece of art on a royal theme (can include photos) 105 Charcoal and/or pastel drawing of any animal
PHOTOGRAPHY Classes 106-114 compete for the Woodmas Rosebowl. No article to have been exhibited in the Askrigg Produce Show before. The max dimension must not exceed 7 inches or 18cm (except class 106).
106. A Dales landscape - max. length 10 inches or 25cm 107. 3 photos on a named theme of your choice - mounted vertically on a card - provided on registration night 108. Red skies 109 Jubilee! 110. Wildlife 111. Along a path 112. A study in black and white 113. An amusing photo with a caption 114. A special place in Wensleydale
THE BAINBRIDGE TROPHY is awarded to the exhibitor gaining the most points in all classes
OTHER SPECIAL AWARDS A prize presented for the best exhibit in the Cookery section. A gift of local produce for guest exhibitor with most points.
Entry is free for all children’s classes. All children’s entries to have the age on the front of the entry card, and name, school year on the back. The Infant Classes are for Reception Y1 and Y2 children. The Junior Classes are for Y3 - Y6. Children between Pre-School and Infants at the time of the show should enter the Pre- School Classes. Children between Infants and Juniors at the time of the show should enter the Infants Classes. Children between Junior and Senior schools at the time of the show should enter Junior classes.
Local Children Classes 118-121 - winner to receive a special prize for Pre-School Children Classes 122-126 - to compete for the Mayor’s Shield for Infant Children Classes 127-132 - to compete for the Kings Award for Junior Girls and the Banks Award for Junior Boys.
Guest Children A separate prize, will be presented to the highest scoring “guest” child in any age category.
Pre school classes 118. A collection of shiny things on a plate 119. A decorated cup cake (in a Crown Jewels theme) 120. Make a colourful flag 121. Photo of a toy tea party or teddy bear’s picnic
Infant classes 122. A picture of a Queen (any medium) 123. A decorated cup cake (in a Crown Jewels theme) 124. Make some bunting for the jubilee (any medium, max 1.5m long) 125. A bouquet for the Queen (a 3D model in any medium. For example, a vase or jam jar of paper/fabric/real flowers) 126. A photo of a jubilee celebration
Junior classes 127. Design a coin or postage stamp for the jubilee 128. Make up a jubilee pudding recipe (can be a written illustrated recipe, or a photograph of a pudding made at home and the written recipe, or even the actual pudding and recipe) 129. Make some bunting for the jubilee (any medium max 1.5m long) 130. A bouquet for the Queen, (a 3D model in any medium. For example, a vase or jam jar of paper/fabric/real flowers) 131. A photo of a jubilee celebration 132. Finish the thought “If I was king or queen for the day, the first thing I would do is… “ (and why). On A4 paper, can be illustrated.