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Curry Rivel Flower Show
Saturday 12th August, 2.30pm, Village Hall
The entry form for the Flower Show will be available from the 15th June 2017, the 'Schedule' will be available from Sandpits and GTH in Langport.

The 'Flower Show' covers a variety of different classifications, including Vegetables — Flowers — Fruits — Flower Arranging — Home Made Cakes, Jams, Jellies, Sugar Craft etc. and a Men Only Section for Fruit Cakes & Quiches.

Decorative Section Class

  • Home grown plant material to predominate — fruit and vegetables can be included. Not to exceed 18" (46cm) overall
  • Britain in Bloom — Flowers and foliage for a Hall Table to be viewed from the front. Not to exceed 18" by width and depth — height unlimited.
  • Gardeners' Delight — An arrangement to include a cup and saucer. Not to exceed 9" (23cm) overall.

    Children's Section
    Children up to 8 years of age

  • Birthday card for a best friend
  • Garden on a plate
    Children 9 to 12 years of age
  • Birthday card for a friend's 13th birthday
  • Garden on a plate

    Open Class Photography Section
    (photographs 7" x 5" unmounted)

  • Curry Rivel in Bloom display
  • Dawn
  • Photograph of your choice

    Painting Section

  • Single plain glass or glass vase
  • A painting of your choice

    Craft Section

  • Matinee Jacket
  • Embroidered Tray Cloth

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