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Harvest Show Programme 2012

Harvest Show Programme 2012

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You are invited to celebrate local food andproduce by entering the sixth annual:
Glastonbury Harvest Show
A fabulous food competition in the best possible taste!
Glastonbury Town HallSaturday 15
th
September 2012
Public entry from 12:30 pm
 
The Glastonbury Harvest Show highlightsthe importance of local food, andcelebrates local resilience
Members of Glastonbury Country Market willprovide refreshments all dayThere will be stalls selling local produce anddisplaying information about local food projects
The event is supported by Glastonbury Town Council,Glastonbury Gardeners’ Group, Transition Glastonbury,Mendip Community Credit Union, Torganics &Somerset Community Food.Rosettes are sponsored by Glastonbury Spring WaterMany thanks to all of the organisations that have donatedprizes - a full list of their names will be displayed on the day
Timetable of Events
Show entries to be received: 8:45-10:15 amJudging: 10:30-12:15 pmShow open to the public: 12:30-2:45 pmPrize winners collect prize money: 12:30-2:45 pmAward of prizes and rosettes: 1:30 pmRaffle drawn: 2:30pmAfternoon activities: see back of programme – full detailsavailable on the dayAuction of Produce: 3 pm (any entries not collected by 2.55 pmwill be auctioned)
 
GLASTONBURY HARVEST SHOW 2012SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
We want to see useful food, not special exhibition inedibles!We will assess texture, colour, scent, and ease of preparation -homegrown food that is 'sink-ready' for the cook to prepare anduse.1)Squashes, gourds and marrows
2)
Halloween prize pumpkins, specifically for carving
(Not necessarily the biggest!)
3)Leafy greens4)Onions, leeks and garlic5)Roots & tubers6)Peas & beans7)Tomatoes8)Soft fruit9)Other fruit
10)
Anything that does not fit into the classes above!
11)
A Harvest Hamper: A balanced group of useful, meal-makingfood types – can include fruit, vegetables, and homeproduce.
Container to be no larger than 60cm x 45cm x 20cm (24” x 18" x 8").

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