Proud of your plants? Are your blooms a cut above the rest? Are your cacti on point?
Calling all gardeners, bakers, marmalade makers, creatives and photographers. Our 2023 Spring Show takes place on Saturday 1 April at St Luke’s Church, West Norwood and there are a lot of prizes to be won.
The show is open to non members as well as members. The fee for all entries is 15p, except the Children’s Classes, which are free. See a gallery of pictures from Spring 2022 here.
|STAGING OF ENTRIES||9am to 12.15pm|
|EXHIBITORS TO VACATE HALL||12.20 pm|
|JUDGING STARTS||12.30 pm|
|OPENING OF SHOW TO PUBLIC||2 pm|
|LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED UNTIL||4.30 pm|
|DRAWING OF RAFFLE||4.45 pm|
|CLOSING OF SHOW AND CLEARING OF EXHIBITS||5 pm|
The classes are:
- Container Grown Section
- Cut Bloom Section (all vases provided)
- Display Section
- Children’s Section
- Handicraft Section
- Floral Art (may be arranged at home or in the Hall)
- Domestic Section
- Photographic Section
How to enter
By email to email@example.com or hand in notification at the Hut.
“I wish to enter an exhibit in the following classes … “(please enter the class number for each of your entries)
The closing date for entries is Wednesday 29 March.
Rules and regulations, notes for floral art exhibitors, definitions and general notes to assist exhibitors are available here.
St Luke’s changed car parking arrangements – avoid a penalty
In order to park at St Luke’s car park, penalty free, car owners should ensure that their car’s registration number is entered into the permit system. The permit system is located within the church. As soon as you have parked, please ask the show secretary, or stewards, for assistance on how to register.
St Luke’s will not take responsibility for cancelling any penalty charges issued to volunteers and visitors who do not have permits.