Download the 2017 show schedule here:

2017 Schedule.pdf

Download a show entry form here:

SUMMER SHOW - whs show entry form summer 2017.doc

AUTUMN SHOW -  whs show entry form autumn 2017.doc

We hope you find the schedule useful. If you have any questions about any of the classes or how to enter, please get in touch through the website. It is always great to welcome new entrants to our shows.

A collection of three types of vegetables from the following list; the quantity of each vegetable required for each is given in brackets:

·        Carrot (3)

·        Cauliflower (2)

·        Onion (3)

·        Parsnip (3)

·        Pea (6 pods)

·        Potato (3)

·        Runner bean (6 pods)

·        Tomato (6)

·        French Bean (6 pods)

·        Sweet corn (2)

·        Pepper (3)

·        Cucumber (2)

·        Courgette (3)

·        Beetroot (3)

·        Aubergine (2)


Each type of vegetable will be judged out of a total of 20 points. This is split into three sections as follows: 7 points for size shape and colour, 7 points for condition and 6 points for uniformity. The overall score is out of 60

All vegetables should be staged for effect within an area measuring 45cm by 60cm (18” x 24”) without bending any part of them. No exhibit may exceed the size of tray. A tray or board can be used to display the vegetables or the area can be simply marked on the staging.

A black cloth is permitted and the tray may be painted. Parsley is allowed for garnishing, but no other foliage or accessories, such as plates, sand, rings and so on is allowed. Raffia or string may be used to tie vegetable tops as appropriate

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