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PDHS Thank You

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PDHS Show

Big thank and congratulations to all those involved in organising and running the show yesterday and of course to all those who exhibited.

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The PDHS Needs YOU!

Apologies, as we don’t normally publish personal opinion pieces on the blog, but here goes….

Tomorrow it’s time once again for the PDHS show. Usually the  second major PDHS event, first Open Gardens then the Show, with summer sandwiched nicely between them. A chance to show off how kind the summer has been to our gardens, or how skillful we’ve been in mastering whatever the gods have thrown at us, after the early promise of open gardens. Sadly, as we all know, this year is a bit different. The cancellation of Open Gardens was a big blow to the PDHS and the village. You may have seen the note on the Show entry form “Prize money has been reduced to the loss of revenue from Open Gardens this year”. Open Gardens usually brings substantial revenue to the PDHS so this year they will be feeling the loss. But this doesn’t just affect the PDHS and their ability to run trips and events it affects the whole village. Over the years the PDHS have been extremely generous in sharing their funds with other organisations and groups in the village including this blog, so we will all be feeling the pinch. Speaking for the blog, we have annual costs for provision of web hosting, storage, etc which we would struggle to pay without the generous donations we receive from the PDHS.I’m sure other groups will be hit similarly.

So now it is our turn. Time to say thank you to the PDHS and give them our support, like they have supported us through the years, and make this the best show ever! Everyone with a garden, you have something growing you can enter in the show. Don’t worry if it wouldn’t win at Chelsea or Chatsworth, it’s just for fun and to support the PDHS, and you never know….

Then there’s the cookery section, we all fancy ourselves as the next Bake Off champion. Now’s your chance to shine and show off a little.

And for the kids, who can’t pick a jam jar full of flowers or take a picture of a tree?


So come on everyone it’s time to support the PDHS and thank them for what they’ve quietly done for the village over the years.

Steve J

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PDHS Show Sunday!

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“We are looking forward to seeing everyone’s lock-down efforts!

Full measures will be in place  to keep exhibitors, visitors and volunteers safe throughout the day, details to follow and on display on the day.

Please note there will be no auction this year and all items must be collected between 3.30 and 4pm; anything left behind will be disposed of by the committee”

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PDHS Show

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“We are looking forward to seeing everyone’s lock-down efforts!

Full measures will be in place  to keep exhibitors, visitors and volunteers safe throughout the day, details to follow and on display on the day.

Please note there will be no auction this year and all items must be collected between 3.30 and 4pm; anything left behind will be disposed of by the committee”

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PDHS Show – Safety Guidelines

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PDHS Show Categories

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PDHS Show – updated

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On behalf of the Parwich and District Horticultural Society, we are pleased to inform you that the annual Village Produce Show will go ahead on Sunday 13th September.
 
The society is committed to following guidelines set out by the government. A risk assessment will take place, and nearer the time we shall update the village on operations and how it will work according to government instructions and to ensure the safety and well-being of all who attend.
 
Programmes will be delivered soon and if you have any questions, please contact Jill Love, Sue Ash or our Facebook information for more information. 

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PDHS Show

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On behalf of the Parwich and District Horticultural Society, we are pleased to inform you that the annual Village Produce Show will go ahead on Sunday 13th September.
 
The society is committed to following guidelines set out by the government. A risk assessment will take place, and nearer the time we shall update the village on operations and how it will work according to government instructions and to ensure the safety and well-being of all who attend.
 
Programmes will be delivered soon and if you have any questions, please contact Jill Love, Sue Ash or our Facebook information for more information. 

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PDHS Village Show

We hope you’re all excited for the village show and pouring extra seaweed feed on your tomatoes and measuring your runner beans! We have another exciting event taking place very soon – an Apple Pressing Day! More news coming soon so keep an eye out on the blog and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook.
 
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Horticultural Show

Thank you to everyone who took part in this year’s produce show. We’d love to hear your feedback so that next year’s show is even better! This is a community event and we want everyone to be involved and have FUN!

Caroline G

 

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Parwich Village Show

This year the Show will be held on Sunday 9th September in the Memorial Hall.
To enable everyone to get their entries ready here is an early copy of the Schedule.  Entry forms will be delivered to your homes later in the summer along with your own copy of the Schedule.

Thanks Sue Ash

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Village Show

Many thanks to Caroline G for these photos of yesterday’s successful show. Thanks too to all who entered, it was a great exhibition!

Preparation

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Are You Ready?

The esteemed ladies of the Horticultural Society preparing for tomorrow’s show. Don’t forget there’s also raffle prizes to win for adult entries as well as trophies and prize money. You’ve got to be in it to win it!

The Woolley-headed Gardener (Caroline G)

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This Sunday

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Village Show 2017

Schedules and entry forms have been distributed to all households. If you haven’t received your and you would like one,, or you have any other query please contact Jill Love 390535, Sue Ash 390724 or Nina Martin 216268 For the full schedule .

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Village Show Raffle

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Village Show

Village show leaflet correction

Our apologies, the Horticultural Society Village Show leaflet should have stated the proceeds of the auction will go to the Parwich Independent Welfare Fund.

Nina

Village show 2017 blog post

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Village Show 2017

Schedules and entry forms have been distributed to all households. If you haven’t received your and you would like one,, or you have any other query please contact Jill Love 390535, Sue Ash 390724 or Nina Martin 216268

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This year’s show will take place on Sunday 24 September and will be linked  to the Harvest Festival at the Legion. So that no opportunity for snapping is lost, the categories for the Photography section are notified in advance. This year the categories are:

  • Reflection
  • Birds
  • Farm Machinery

Photographs should be unframed and no larger than A4. They must be taken within 20 miles of Parwich.

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With some new categories this year, the standard of entries was high, here are some

images from today’s show.

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Calling All Bake Off Fans

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On Sunday you can show what magic you can perform in the kitchen by entering your creations in the Horticultural Show.  Don’t forget that you can take them home with you after the show so the family will not miss out!

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Horticultural Show Cups

Please could anyone who still has a cup from last year’s Show, return it to Lesley Goodman, Jill Love or Liz Henbery.

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Horticultural Show Schedule 2016

Please remove your items after the presentation. Any items not collected will be auctioned

Copies of the schedule are available at The Sycamore and the Legion

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imageLots of people will have their cameras out during Wakes, so don’t forget that there is a Photography section in the Horticultural Show in early September. Here is a reminder:

The Photography categories are:

  • All in a row
  • Purple
  • A single flower in focus

Photographs to be no bigger than A4 in size and to have been taken within 20 miles of Parwich.

Time to get snapping!!!

Also please do share you Wakes photos through the Blog by emailing them to parwich@hotmail.co.uk.

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This years Horticultural Show  on 4 September will have 4 new categories of Craft classes:

  • A greetings card
  • A piece of handmade jewellery
  • An item crafted from wood
  • A handmade soft toy

The Photography categories are:

  • All in a row
  • Purple
  • A single flower in focus

Photographs to be no bigger than A4 in size and to have been taken within 20 miles of Parwich.

Time to get crafting and snapping!!!

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Star of The Show!

Congratulations to Glynis on running off with quite a few trophies at the Horticultural Show this afternoon!

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Big thanks to the Horticultural Society for all their hard work in preparing for and running the show and congratulations to all exhibitors for a great effort in producing some superb displays and produce.

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