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Thank you all for your entries so far, the photography and swiss roll made by a gentleman classes have received many entries.


Entry is open for floral art and juniors.  The box of mixed vegetables and Easton top vase can be entered anytime before August 2nd.  For any late entries please submit to eastonshow2020@yahoo.com 


For all entries and any questions do contact us eastonshow2020@yahoo.com 


We look forward to publishing the virtual show day on Sunday 9th August.


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Easton on the Hill Horticultural & Crafts Society 

The 99th Horticultural and Crafts Show Programme, 2018 - Results

Click on each page to see the winners!!!

Horticultural News...

 

Welcome to the Easton on the Hill 101st 'Virtual' Show.

We have received 87 entries from 26 entrants over 30 classes.  The show is displayed below over 3 presentations.  

The Society advised at the start of the show that there would be no official judging and no awarding of the usual trophies.  Last year was the Society centenary, in the same year shortly before the show a former Society treasurer and committee member, Harold Gregory, passed away.  Harold's commitment to the Society, among other village groups and activities, has been recognised with an award kindly donated by a villager.  The winner of Harold Gregory Centenary Award has been chosen by the committee.  We are also awarding the Banksian Medal and runner up prizes.

We do have one last class to go.  The sunflower competition for junior members.  Look out for instructions on how to enter at the end of the month.

Thank you to all our entrants this year, without whom there would be no show.  A special shout out to Olly Beardsall with 15 entries.  

Many thanks to Graham Lilley for supporting the publishing of the show on the website.

See you next year!

Show Team

Click on the pictures below to view the entries, winners and runners up.

(please allow a short while for the images to load as they are quite large files)

Update from Easton-on-the-Hill Horticultural & Crafts Society



 PLANT FAYRE

 

Saturday 22nd May 2021 – 2pm – 4:30pm


Village Hall, New Road, Easton on the Hill

Vegetables and fruit plants on sale including tomatoes, cucumbers, runner beans, climbing beans, French beans, courgettes, various brassicas and much more.

Can’t make the Plant Fayre?  Ask for an order form online eastonshow2020@yahoo.com

If you have surplus plants and would like to donate plants to the sale or for more details contact Joy 01780 762156

 

 

LINCOLN AGRI-ROBOTICS

 

University of Lincoln’s Institute for Agri-Food Technology are running a citizen science initiative and are inviting our local community to get involved. Photos of garden crops are needed with the goal of amassing a database that will be used by researchers in various agri-tech projects. Everything from leeks to lettuce to blackberry brambles in all stages of growth will all help towards the project goals.

If you would like more information or would like to take part contact eastonshow2020@yahoo.com

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ANNUAL SHOW

 

We also want to share with you our plans for the society’s 102nd Annual Show – scheduled for Sunday 8th August.  We are delighted, that we will be hosting a “real” Show.  There will be fewer categories, restricted to Easton Residents only and members, and again we have decided not to have our usual judges as many of them have to travel to do so.  Instead, we are having a system similar to the Rose Day formula – whereby all visitors to the Show pick their favourites.

Full details on how to enter will follow in due course, meanwhile get planting, growing, photographing, crafting and arranging your entries ready for Show Day. List of classes detailed below.

 

For a full list of the rules and guidance, please refer to the Horti Soc section of the village web-site: http://www.eastononthehill.com

Any questions please contact us eastonshow2020@yahoo.com  

 

Best Wishes

Show Team

 

Show Schedule – 2021

 

Vegetables, Flowers and Fruits:

     1     Runner beans (5)

     2     Any root vegetable (5) max 15cm top

     3     Tomatoes Any (standard or large) (6)

     4     Potatoes, any colour (5)

     5     Disaster Corner (the thing that didn’t work out as expected….)

Flowers:

     1     Roses 6 blooms  or Floribunda 3 clusters(same variety or mixed)

     2     Mixed annual flowers

     3     Spray Chrysanthemums

     4     Mixed Sweet Peas

     5     Mixed perennial flowers

     6     Vase of Dahlias

Fruit:

     1     Basket of mixed fruit (minimum 3 types, maximum 7)

     2     Dish of Dessert Apples (6)

     3     Dish of Cooking Apples (6)

     4     Dish of Pears (6)

     5     Dish of plums (6)

Easton Rules Top Tray and Top Vase:

     1     Easton Rules Top Tray – see detailed rules

     2     Easton Rules Top Vase–see detailed rules

 

Photography:

Photography should be in colour.  Max size 17cms x 12cms. Photographs may be mounted on plain card, with border not exceeding 1cm all round

     1     Covid Capers – perhaps things you made/baked/did during lockdown

     2     Pandemic People

     3     Plant Life

     4     Four Legs

     5     Extreme Weather

Art:

     1     Painting, any medium, mounted but framing not necessary

     2     Pen/pencil drawing, mounted but framing not necessary

Handicrafts:

     1     A bouquet made from re-cycled items (min. 3 flowers)

     2     An item made from wood, stone or clay

     3     Vegetable Art – an artwork made out of vegetables and/or any plant material

     4     An item of wool: knitted, crocheted or felted

     5     Your home-made Covid mask

Floral Art:

     1     A Summer / seasonal door wreath (home made please!)

     2     Ikebana

     3     A display of succulents

     4     Big, bold and beautiful blooms (minimum 50 cm in height)

     5     Display in a Cocktail Glass

Juniors: (Children up to 16 years of age)

     1     A painting or picture from any medium

     2     A piece of jewellery made from any material

     3     A model made from a kit

     4     A model made from scratch (i.e. not from a kit)

     5     Any vegetable or fruit grown by the entrant

All our members receive newsletters from the Society with handy tips and advice for the current season so please do look out for these. We also have a growing Junior Horti membership (under 16s) who will shortly be receiving a Spring pack of Horticultural and Crafts activities. 

If you would like to join the Society please do contact the Membership secretary, Christine, 01780 767917.

For more details on joining the society or any other information please contact us on eastonshow2020@yahoo.com