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  2. 2017 Prestatyn Flower Show Prize Money The following table shows the prize money allocated for the various competition classes:- Classes First Second Third ALL except £2.00 £1.00 £0.50 9,12,18,18a,42,49,51,55,58,65,76,86. £5.00 £3.00 £2.00 20,44,48,50 £15.00 £10.00 £5.00 46 £30.00 £20.00 £10.00 47,83,84 £25.00 £15.00 £10.00 90 £25.00
  3. Prestatyn Flower Show Art exhibits can be viewed at The Artisans Collective from 27th July 2017! http://artisans-collective.org.uk/
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  10. 2017 Prestatyn Flower Show Competition Class Information VEGETABLES, FRUIT AND HERBS 1. 3 Bulbs of Garlic 2. 1 Green Cabbage any variety, with at least 2" (5cm) of root 3. 3 Carrots with 3" (8cm) foliage. 4. 3 Beetroot with 3" (8cm) foliage. 5. Dish of 5 tomatoes. 6. The heaviest truss of tomatoes. 7. 6 pods of broad beans. 8. 6 pods of peas. 9. Collection of home grown culinary herbs (clearly labelled). 10. Dish of 5 Potatoes. 11. A Cucumber. 12. A salad collection of 5 varieties. Space 2' x 1' 3" (60cm x 38cm). 13. A model of a monster vegetable for adults 14. 3 Onions 15. 6 Runner Beans. 16. The longest runner bean. 17. 3 Courgettes 18. A basket or trug containing a minimum of 5 varieties of fruit and/or vegetables max size 2' x 2' (60cm x 60cm) 18a Junior Class 8-16yrs A basket or trug containing a minimum of 5 varieties of fruit and/or vegetables max size 2' x 2' (60cm x 60cm) 19. Dish of soft fruit any variety. 20. Local Gardener Class An arrangement of between 3 and 6 species of vegetables and/or fruit of your choice and a vase of flowers in a box not exceeding 2' x 1' 6" (60cm x 45cm) 21. Any vegetable not in schedule. FLOWERS AND HERBACEOUS CLASSES See Regulation 12 22. Bowl of Roses. 23. Vase of roses not less than 3 varieties. 24. Vase of 3 roses, any colour. 25. 3 specimen stems miniature roses any variety 26. 1 specimen stem floribunda roses any variety 27. 1 Specimen rose, any colour. 28. Vase of mixed cut flowers. 29. Vase of one species excluding shrubs. 30. Vase of mixed flowering shrubs 31. Largest diameter Hydrangea head. 32. Vase of Carnations or Pinks. 33. Vase of 12 Sweet Peas. 34. Vase of 3 spikes of Gladioli. 35. Vase of Dahlias. 36. 1 Orchid. 37. 1 Fuchsia in flower, excluding standards 38. 1 standard Fuchsia. 39. 1 Pelargonium / Geranium any variety 40. 1 specimen Cactus/Succulent 41. A Collection of 3 Cacti or Succulents in a container 42. 1 Hanging Basket or Pot up to 18" (40cm) in diameter. 43. 1 Hanging Basket or Pot up to 8" (20cm). 44. 1 Patio Container, any size. 45. Any plant not in schedule. FLORAL ART 46 “Gardens of the World” An elaborate design using flowers with or without accessories in a space of 3' x 3' (91.5cm x 91.5cm) 47 “Busy in the Kitchen” using flowers with or without accessories in a space of 2' x 2' (61cm x 61cm) 48 “A Woodland Walk” An arrangement using Foliage with or without accessories in a space of 2' x 2' (61cm x 61cm). 49 A miniature exhibit of fresh material not exceeding 4" x 4"x 4" (10cm x 10cm x 10cm) FLORAL ART NOVICE CLASS “Novice” see regulation 5 50 “Summer Picnic” An arrangement using flowers with or without accessories in a space of 18"x 18" (45cm x 45cm) 51 An arrangement in an unusual container using flowers with or without accessories not exceeding 12" x 12” (30cm x 30cm) JUNIOR CLASSES see regulation 4 7 years and under 52. A decorated wooden spoon. 53. An alien (model made from vegetables) 54. A vase of paper flowers made from recycled materials. 55. Miniature garden on a standard seed tray 9.5" by 15" (24cm x 38cm). 56. A rubbing of something in the garden. 8 to 11 years 57. A card for the Queen to celebrate her Sapphire Anniversary 58 Miniature garden on a standard seed tray 9.5" by 15" (24cm x 38cm). 59. A decorated pebble 60. 3 decorated cupcakes 61. A painted pottery item that can be used as a flower pot or planter. 62. An animal made from an egg box or egg tray 63. An alien (model made from vegetables) 12 years and over 64. 3 decorated cupcakes 65. Unframed, untitled photograph titled “A Flying Visit”. Max size 7" x 5" (Entries in by 22nd July 2017) Please note the Junior Class basket or Trug 8-16 years on Class 18a DOMESTIC CLASSES 66. 5 Fruit scones on a plate. 67. Traditional Victoria sandwich cake (6ozs Flour, 6ozs Sugar, 6ozs of butter and 3 eggs). 68. Jar of home made jam (to include waxed disc) 69. Jar of home made marmalade (to include waxed disc) 70. Jar of chutney 71. 6 decorated cupcakes (Judged for decoration only) 72. A lemon drizzle cake in a loaf tin 73. A traditional Bara Brith in a loaf tin 74. An apple Pie 75. A small hand made loaf of bread 76. ‘Lunch for the Gardener’ to be presented in a suitable container or tray to include a savoury pie, a scone, a small cake or slice of cake and a jar of chutney or jam. CRAFTS See regulation 6 77. A piece of creative embroidery or beadwork 78. Any sample of patchwork (3 layers) 3ft x 3ft maximum 79. A knitted or crochet garment 80. A cross-stitch picture. 81. An article in wood or metal 82. A decorated cushion—any medium—not exceeding 18 ins square BEST GARDEN 83. The best private rear garden within 3 miles of the Town Centre, Prestatyn 84. Wales in Bloom Front Garden Competition (Closing date for both 10th July 2017) ART See regulation 6 85 Framed Picture, any paint medium. (frame size not to exceed 2' x 2' (60cm x 60cm) Entries by 22nd July 2017 Art work to be exhibited from 27th July in the Artisans Collective (Old library building) GARDEN PHOTO COMPETITION (See also class 63) 86. “A Doorway” taken this summer in your garden/allotment, not to exceed 40 square inches (260 sq cm) e.g. 7" x 5" Photos to be unmounted and untitled. Entries to Show Secretary by 22nd July 2017 BUSINESS IN BLOOM 87. Shops and Offices. 88. Public Houses, Clubs and Nursing Homes. 89. Holiday Camps (Entrances and Reception) CLASSIC CARS 87. The best judged motor vehicle Pre-war up to 1939 88. The best judged motor vehicle Post-war up to (1945-1960) 89 The best judged motor vehicle Classic up to (1961-1975) BEST PLANT STALL 90 Best Plant Stall at Show JUDGES Flowers and Vegetables - Mr. J Edwards Herbs & School /Community Group - Miss P. Burne-Jones Junior classes - Mrs. M. Muracca & Mrs. B Newell Domestic Classes - Mrs. J. Cook & Mrs. S. Gorton Crafts - Mrs. V. Harrison-Jones Art - Mr. K. Millward Garden Photo Competition - Mr. C. Porteous Business in Bloom - The Mayor Classic Cars - Mr. R Newby Best Garden - Miss J. Espley & Mrs M. Muracca Floral Art - Mrs. R. Roberts
  11. 2017 Stallholder Information and Stall Application Form (Prestatyn Flower Show) Prestatyn Flower Show is held annually across two days in the grounds of Cerrig Llwydion, located conveniently in Prestatyn's High Street. About Prestatyn Prestatyn is a seaside resort situated on the North Wales coast between Chester and Llandudno. The population doubles during the summer months with visitors to the popular holiday camps, hotels and excellent caravan sites. The town is beautifully decorated during the summer months by the local council with hanging baskets and troughs, making it an ideal venue for a Flower Show. Stall Prices N.B. PRICES QUOTED ARE FOR TWO DAYS Single standard Gazebo - Max. size 3m x 3m single frontage £30 Double standard Gazebo - Max. size 3m x 3m double frontage (open to at least 2 sides) £50 Plant or other stall not requiring cover approx. 4m x 2m area £30 Gazebos, Tables and Chairs must be provided by the stall holders. Valid Insurance (& for food stalls a Food Hygiene Certificate) are compulsory to attend the Prestatyn Flower Show. DOWNLOAD A COPY Stall Application Form Please download a copy of the application form and once completed send to: Mrs Ann Williams c/o ‘Bonne Amie’ 121 High Street, Prestatyn LL19 9AS E-Mail: ann@prestatynflowershow.co.uk Tel. 01745 854434 Fax. 01745 853983 Stallholder Time Table Set up times are Thursday 27th July between 7.00pm and 8.00pm, or Friday 28th July 2017 between 8.00am and 10.00am. Stalls may only be considered booked when the appropriate fee has been received with a copy of your valid insurance. Stall types will be allocated on their availability. 2 Stall Holder passes will be included in your stall fee! Additional Information Parking Adequate parking is available to the rear of Cerrig Llwydion. The top car park is free and the lower one is Pay and Display. We would request that no vehicles are parked on the private lane leading to the nearby Church. Refreshments A refreshment tent will be open in the Flower Show for tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes and there are also a wonderful array of nearby cafes and restaurants in the town centre, and at the Retail Park. Toilets Public Toilets are available adjacent to the site. Refuse Disposal There are no facilities on site for disposing of rubbish. Please remove your refuse from the private garden at the end of the show. Accommodation There are some very good B&B's in the area and there is also the convenient Beaches Hotel, Beach Road East, Prestatyn LL19 7LG (see map), and also a Premier Inn located in the nearby town of Rhuddlan, approximately 6 miles away (See map).
  12. 2017 PRESTATYN FLOWER SHOW REGULATIONS PLEASE READ THE SCHEDULE AND REGULATIONS CAREFULLY FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY LEAD TO DISQUALIFICATION All classes in the show are open to amateur exhibitors only. An exhibitor may have not more than TWO exhibits in each class. All Flower, Herbaceous and Vegetables (including Junior Classes) must be the property of the exhibitor and must have been in his or her possession for at least 3 MONTHS prior to the show All entrants in the Junior classes must declare their age on the entry form. A Novice is a person who has not won a first prize in a floral category at any show prior to the current year. Artwork and Crafts must have been made in the last 12 months. Entries to class 65, 85 & 86 - Saturday 22nd July 2017 . Class 83 & 84 - Monday 10th July 2017, all others close at 5.00pm on Wednesday 26th July 2017 The Judges will take into consideration the quality of the exhibit and in respect of plants/flowers the quality of the blooms and foliage. Once staged, an exhibit must not be moved without the consent of the show secretary. The Judges have the authority to award, withhold or amend prizes; their decision is final in all matters. All exhibits must be clearly labeled with the section and class on a sealed envelope containing the competitor’s name and address. Please indicate on the envelope if you wish the exhibit to be auctioned for charity ALL PLANTS ARE TO BE IN AN APPROPRIATE CONTAINER WITH A SAUCER Staging of exhibits may only take place between 7.00 p.m. and 8.00 p.m. on Thursday evening 27th July 2017 and between 8.00 a.m. and 10.00 a.m. on Friday 28th July 2017. Entries brought outside these times will not be accepted. Judging will commence at 10.30 a.m. prompt on Friday 28th July 2017. All persons other than Judges, Show Secretaries and Stewards must leave the marquees whilst judging is in progress. Winners of perpetual trophies shall hold them for 11 months and should ensure that they are returned to the Show Secretary not later than Friday 30th June 2017. Whilst every precaution will be taken the committee does not hold itself responsible for any loss or damage to exhibits, accessories or personal belongings, before, during or after the show. Entrance Fees 25 pence per entry for each class, Junior classes 10 pence per entry , Classic cars - free No exhibit to be removed before the end of the auction or 5 p.m. on Saturday 29th July 2017, which ever is the later. DURING THE AUCTION, NO ENTRY IS PERMITTED INTO THE ADJACENT SHOW TENT TO COLLECT EXHIBITS OR FOR ANY OTHER REASON without the consent of the Show Secretaries. Any exhibit not collected by 6.00 p.m. on Saturday 29th July 2017 or one hour after the end of the auction, whichever is the later will be disposed of at the discretion of the show secretaries. No livestock may be incorporated into any exhibit. All prize money not claimed during the show may be claimed from the Show Secretary at “Bonne Amie”, 121, High Street Prestatyn until Monday 7th August 2017 unless prior arrangements have been made. After that unclaimed prizes will be donated to a charity chosen by the Show Secretaries. The Show Secretaries will deal with any matters not provided for in these regulations and their decision is final.
  13. 2017 Prestatyn Flower Show Trophy Categories List Please find listed below of the various Trophies for the 2017 Prestatyn Flower Show. The Hazeldene Trophy - Best collection of herbs The Prestatyn Horticultural Soc. Trophy - Best exhibit in the local gardener class The Dennis Parry Cup - Best exhibit in the vegetable classes The Ron Gray Memorial Cup - Most points in the vegetable classes The Wilf Storey Rose Bowl - Best exhibit in specimen rose class The E. Jones & Son Cup - Best exhibit in the rose classes The Prestatyn Horticultural Soc. Cup - Best exhibit in the cut flower classes exc roses The Norman Cumberlidge Cup - Most points in the cut flower classes exc roses The John Lewis Cup - Best exhibit in the pot plant classes The Mrs Mabel Williams Trophy - Most points in the pot plant classes The Lobitos Cup - Best exhibit in hanging basket / patio container The Mesie Birch Rose Bowl - Best exhibit in “Gardens of the World” arrangement The Joan Walkden-Williams Cup - Best exhibit in “Busy in the Kitchen” arrangement The Joan Gray Cup - Best exhibit in “A Woodland Walk” arrangement The England Cup - Best exhibit in “A miniature exhibit of fresh material ” The Beach Club Shield - Best “Summer Picnic” arrangement The Wynyard Cup - Best exhibit in floral art novice class The Prestatyn Town Council Cent. Cup - Best exhibit in the floral art classes The Chamberlain Cup - Best decorated wooden spoon The Glyn Jones Cup - Best alien vegetable 7 years and under The Radcliffe Trophy - Best vase of flowers made from recycled materials The Mr & Mrs Isfryn Ellis Trophy - Best children’s miniature garden 7 years and under The Pearl Stephenson Plate - Best rubbing of something in the garden The Carol Fogerty Cup - Best card for the Queen’s Sapphire Anniversary Hallmark Gold Crown Cup - Best children’s miniature garden 8-11 years The Morris Cup - Best Decorated Pebble 8 - 11 years The Joe Irving Trophy - Best 3 decorated cupcakes 8-11 years The Prestige Carpets Trophy - Best decorated pottery item The Prestatyn Flower Show Cup - An animal made from an egg box or egg tray The Prestatyn Flower Show Cup - Best alien vegetable 8 to 11 years The Q Care Trophy - Best 3 decorated cupcakes 12 years and over The Prestatyn Flower Show Cup - Best photograph 12 years and over The Jean O’Reilly Trophy - Best Lunch for the Gardener The Bon Cup - Best exhibit in the domestic classes The Ruth Hunt Cup - Most points in domestic classes The Richard Davies Cup - Best exhibit in the craft classes The Ellen Jevons Cup - Best basket or trug of fruit and/or vegetables 8-16yrs The Cyril Taylor Cup - The best rear garden The Guy and Ann Horobin Cup - “Wales in Bloom” front garden competition The Erica Edwards Trophy - Best exhibit in the art class The John Thompson Cup - Garden photo competition The Prestatyn Business Assoc. Cup - Business in bloom (Shops and Offices) The Gift Shop Trophy - Business in bloom (Pubs, Clubs & Nursing Homes) The Bancroft Leisure Trophy - Business in bloom (Holiday Camps) The Prestatyn Flower Show Cup - Best judged motor vehicle pre-war - 1939 The Prestatyn Flower Show Cup - Best judged motor vehicle 1945 – 1960 The Les Edwards Memorial Cup - Best judged motor vehicle 1961 – 1975 The Peter Roberts Cup - Best judged vehicle in show The Bonne Amie Cup - Best exhibit in show The Powell Cup - Exhibitor with the most points in show
  14. The Flower Show is held annually in the town centre at Cerrig Llwydion, High Street, Prestatyn, Denbighshire, North Wales. Please see our website and our Twitter page for the most up to date details. Visiting Us By Car The postcode to use for 'Sat Nav' programming or route finders is LL19 9AR. Personalised directions can also be calculated by using the Google Map below, just click on the marker pin and click on the Directions link. There is a FREE car park at the back of the Church, and also 'Pay and Display' Car Parking if the free one is full, again at the rear of the church. There is additional free parking in Fern Avenue Car Park, Prestatyn and additional but time limited time parking available at the new Prestatyn Retail Park (please refer to local signage). Visiting Prestatyn By Train Our local Prestatyn railway station is conveniently located in the centre of town at the bottom of the High Street. Visiting Prestatyn By Bus Prestatyn's bus station is located adjacent to the High Street, on Ffordd Pendyffryn (B5120). Taxi Ranks There are two taxi ranks either side of the Railway Station, and another up the top of the High St by Archie's Bar. Location Cerrig Llwydion is a private house located in the heart of the town centre, opposite the Chynna Garden Restaurant (or head for the largest Church on Prestatyn High Street). The family friendly Flower Show event takes place in the gardens of Cerrig Llywydion by kind arrangement with the property owners, and spreads out into the adjacent area. Please remember to properly dispose of any personal litter (or pet waste). Dogs are welcome in the grounds but should be kept on a lead and under control at all times, especially in the presence of children. Thank you. Parking There is a FREE car park at the back of the Church, and also 'Pay and Display' Car Parking if the free one is full, again at the rear of the church. There is additional free parking in Fern Avenue Car Park, Prestatyn. There is additional but time limited parking available at the new Prestatyn Retail Park. Local Weather You can view the latest Prestatyn weather forecast and conditions here at the BBC Weather website. Accommodation We have a list of excellent B&B's and Camp Sites upon request. There is also the convenient Beaches Hotel, Beach Road East, Prestatyn LL19 7LG (View map), and also a Premier Inn located in the nearby town of Rhuddlan, approximately 6 miles away (View map). Contact If you require any further information, please e-mail Show Secretaries: Ann Williams - ann @ prestatynflowershow.co.uk
  15. Friday 28th July - Saturday 29th July 2017 Art exhibits can be viewed in The Artisans Collective from 27th July 2017. (Restricted Disabled Access) Thursday 27th July 2017 7.00pm - 8.00pm Staging of Exhibits Friday 28th July 2017 8.00am-10.00am Staging of Exhibits 10.30am Judging Commences 12.30pm Show Opens Refreshments on the Lawn Exhibition Marquees Craft and Specialist Plant Stalls 2.00pm Official Opening by the Mayor of Prestatyn 2.30pm A talk by Miss Pam Burne-Jones: "Folklore and Herbs " Entertainment by Hotfoot Jazzmen 3.30pm Pirates and Princesses Picnic Party 5.00pm Show Closes Saturday 29th July 2017 10.00am Show opens Refreshments on the Lawn Classic Cars in Ty Nant and the Civic Square Exhibition Marquees, Specialist Plant Stalls, Craft Marquees, Punch and Judy, Two fifteen minute performances by The Clwyd Choir. Children’s Entertainer - Various times between 12 & 3pm Face Painting, Hotfoot Jazzmen & Rhyl Silver Band to entertain throughout the day 3.30pm Raffle Draw & Prize Giving by the Mayor of Prestatyn 4.00pm Auction by Donated Exhibits by Peter Large 5.00pm Show Closes 6.00pm Final Time for Collection of Exhibits DOWNLOAD You can download a copy of our 2017 Prestatyn Flower Show Schedule here: Flower Show Schedule Booklet Rev 2 (09.06.17) Prestatyn Flower Show Schedule 2017 (Rev2).pdf
  16. Entry Forms for Prestatyn Flower Show 28th and 29th 2017 You can download a copy of the Entry Form for the 2017 Prestatyn Flower Show directly from this page. IF YOU WON A TROPHY LAST YEAR, PLEASE RETURN IT BY 1st JULY 2017 - THANK YOU! DOWNLOAD A COPY Entry_Form_2017_Prestatyn_Flower_Show_online_version.pdf Please send the completed Entry Form to Ann Williams, c/o Bonne Amie, 121 High Street, Prestatyn, Denbighshire LL19 9AS. CLOSING TIMES FOR 2017 ENTRIES: CLASSES 83 & 84 ON MON 10th JULY 2017 CLASSES 65, 85 & 86 ON SAT 22nd JULY 2017 ALL OTHER CLASSES CLOSE AT 5PM ON WED 26th JULY 2017
  17. Please find below a copy of the updated 2017 Classic Car Static Display Entry Form for the Prestatyn Flower Show. The static car displays take place on 29th July 2017 at the Town Square/High St area of Prestatyn. Perpetual awards will be presented for the following classes: Car of the Show - The Peter Roberts Cup Best judged Motor Vehicle Pre-war to 1939 Best judged Motor Vehicle Post-war (1945-1960) Best judged Classic Motor Vehicle (1961-1975) Don't forget that there is NO CHARGE for participating in this event, and there is complimentary entry into the Prestatyn Flower Show for two, for each car entered in the show! DOWNLOAD AN ENTRY FORM Classic Car Static Entry Form Simply complete and return to the address on the form. Thank you.
  18. PRESTATYN FLOWER SHOW 2017 SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS COMPETITION Sponsored by Mr Adam Frobisher Tegid O. Jones and Son, part of the Co-operative Group Local schools and Community groups were invited to enter the competition. This year the theme for 2017 is ‘Prestatyn Grows’ and the challenge is to create a collage to interpret this title. You can follow the progress of the competing groups in the local press and find out who the lucky winners were early in July.
  19. The annual Prestatyn Flower Show is easy to get around and thoughtfully laid out. The show-ground contains various stalls and tents containing exhibits, colourful displays and beautiful arrangements. Don't forget that you can have a stall of your own, forms are available to download or just contact Ann Williams for details (see the main page for Contact Details).
  20. Classic Cars and Motorcycles at the Prestatyn Flower Show The Classic Cars and Motorcycles are on display only during the second day of the show (Saturday), not on the first day (Friday). The cars are displayed in the car park, on the road at the back and side of the Vicarage gardens and are a must see for all. From Model T's to pre and post war vintage motorcycles, you'll be amazed at how well preserved and cherished the vehicles are! Please note that vehicles in attendance may vary from previous years and are subject to availability. If you wish to enter in the competition, you can find an entry form here: Prestatyn Classic Car Show The completely separate Prestatyn Classic Car Show usually takes place on the last bank holiday weekend in May. The show is held over two days. On the Sunday a Prestatyn road run takes place. Enjoy a tour of North Wales in your classic car, with a choice of 2 runs through our picturesque Welsh countryside and historic towns. Late Bank Holiday Monday May is the static Car Show. Why not visit the Prestatyn Classic Car Show website to learn more at http://prestatyncarshow.blogspot.com A video showing various Classic Cars arriving at the Prestatyn Classic Car Show, kind courtesy of Robin Harrison on Youtube:-
  21. The Prestatyn Flower Show Committee would like to thank:- Dave and Allyson Evans for the use of Cerrig Llwydion Garden, Prestatyn Town Council, Prestatyn and District Horticultural Society, Mr. Peter Large, Flt. Lt. Jeremy Kent and the Crew of ATC, and the many other individuals and organisations without whom the Show would not be possible.
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  25. Prestatyn, in beautiful North Wales, is a lovely town to visit at any time of the year, but especially so during the warm, sunny weather of mid-summer. This year, we're looking forward to the 23rd annual Prestatyn Flower Show to be held on Friday the 28th and Saturday 29th July 2017. The Prestatyn Flower Show is a relaxing, family friendly event for people of all ages with many interesting exhibits, stalls, fun and entertainment, but the event also presents a good opportunity to visit the many wonderful independent shops, boutiques, cafe's, restaurants and attractions in the town centre, the retail park and surrounding areas. We'll be updating our website with this year's relevant information, forms and content over the coming week. We look forward to seeing you in July.
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