Sadly, the Annual FLower and Produce Show 2021 is now cancelled.
11th September 2021 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Memorial Hall
- Brown's Lane
It is with regret that we announce the cancellation of the Annual Flower and Produce Show. This decision was based on the Covid risk assessment which showed that the mitigating actions available could not guarantee everyone’s safety.
It is a great disappointment which many of you will share but we look forward even more to the Show next year.
If you wish to show your entries then Enstone Horticultural Society’s Show is on 4th September and anyone who would like to submit is welcomed.
It is very much hoped that this will be the last disruption caused by the Covid pandemic and that the Garden Society can resume normal activities this Autumn.
Having had to cancel the Spring Show, we want to encourage all gardeners, including children, to have a go at entering flowers, vegetables and produce for a bumper Annual Show in the Memorial Hall this autumn.
Shows are open to everyone, members and non-members!
At the show, anyone joining the Garden Society for 2022 will be given free membership for the rest of 2021.
- Date: Saturday 11 September 2021
- Location: Memorial Hall, Brown’s Lane, Charlbury
- Entry fees: 10p per entry, no fees for children’s classes
- Staging: 8.30am - 10.45am
- Open to public: 2.00pm - 4.00pm
- Admission: 50p (free for children)
- Presentation of awards: 3.45pm
- Prize money: Available for collection after 2.00pm
Our children are the gardeners of the future.
The children's classes, therefore, include at least one aspect of 'growing', plus some craft or cookery.
Some entries will need to be planned for or prepared well in advance!
There will be two age groups for judging the children's categories: 4-7 years; and 8-12 years.
SCHEDULES AND ENTRY FORMS
Show schedules and entry forms can be downloaded and printed off by clicking the links below.
Schedules will also be available at various points around Charlbury a week or so before the Show.
Annual Show Schedule (also contains the General Exhibition Rules and the Entry Form)
The following reference document has been compiled to help both experienced exhibitors and new exhibitors:
Click the link below to read about the history of the cups awarded, going back to 1958! Including fascinating details about who originally donated the cups, and when they were first engraved.