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VILLAGE DAY INCORPORATING THE ANNUAL FLOWER, FRUIT, VEGETABLE AND CRAFT SHOW FEATURING

BURTLE SILVER BAND BOUNCY CASTLES DOG DISPLAY TEAM GRAND CAR BOOT SALE

CHILDREN’S RACES On Bank Holiday MONDAY 25th AUGUST 2014 To Be Held At St. George's Parish Centre and Wembdon Playing Field ENTRANCE Adults

50p

Children 20p OAP

20p

Artwork by Jane Cornish


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Message From The Chair

Welcome once again to our Annual Village Day. The Wembdon Community Association has once again had a successful year, enabling us to make donations to many organisations and groups within the Village. The committee continue to work hard to fund raise - and with the support of you, the public - we hope to continue supporting organisations within the Village. Our main fund raising event is, of course, Village Day, which attracts over 4,000 people through the gates. Other events over the year include our Professional Aerial Display by Skyburst at our annual Fireworks evening in late October. Keep an eye out once again this year for extra activities during the day. Carols on the Common during the run up to Christmas provided enjoyment on a cold night. Why not come along this year? Watch out for the posters, and the Senior Citizens once again enjoyed a wonderful Christmas meal in January. Sadly, this year we saw the passing of two of our long standing members Jenny Bond and Clive Kett. They both served on the Committee for many year and will be sadly missed. We are always looking for new members to help us raise money for Wembdon and to help us out at our events - so if you are interested in joining the WCA, please come to our AGM on Thursday 20th November 2014 at 8:00pm at Wembdon Parish Centre - or speak to a member of the committee on Village Day. Our Annual Aerial Firework Display will be held on Saturday 25th October 2014 once more in the “Auction� field, Blakes Road. We look forward to seeing you on Village Day - Monday 25th August 2014 and hope that you enjoy the day and all that it has to offer - with its many attractions including the Flower Show, Band, the big Car Boot Sale, Children's Races and Activities, a Bouncy Castle, new attractions in the field and a Dog Display Team from Heavens Gate.

Best Wishes, Helen Peregrine-Wheller (Chair)

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Committee Members 2014/2015

Mr Maurice Davey Mr Elw yn Davies Mrs Helen Peregri ne -Wheller Vacant Mr Graham Grief Mrs Jackie Hubbard Mrs Helen Tasker Mrs Sharon Nicholls Mrs Kirst y Wilton Miss Fiona Grief Mr Graham Grief Mr Geoff How e Mrs Brenda Wasley Mr Clarence Row e

Mrs Nicki Baker Mrs Christine Bannister Mrs Jacqui Bateman Mr Pete Brett Mrs Pat Bright Mrs Cath Clark Mrs Lee Davies Mrs Pat Davi es Mr James Dunn

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President Hon Vi ce President Chairperson Vice Chairperson Treasurer Minutes Secretary Catering Officer Catering Officer Catering Officer Flow er Show Committee Flow er Show Committee Flow er Show Committee Flow er Show Committee Brochure Editor

Mr John Ennals Mrs Jane Hartley Mr John Hartle y Mrs Barbara Robert s Mr Richard Shadri ck Mr Nick Tasker Mr Tom Thayer Mr Jason Wood


Rules 1.

All entries must be grown or produced by the entrant.

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Classes 1 - 14, 34 - 51, 66 - 68, 72 - 76, 85 - 95 and 202 are restricted to residents of Wembdon.

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Classes 106 - 110, 111 - 116, 120 - 128, 132 - 140 are open to residents of Wembdon, pupils of Wembdon St George's School or members of Wembdon young peoples organisations. Proof of membership may be requested. Class 204 is restricted to pupils of Wembdon St George’s School.

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Classes 15 - 33, 52 - 65, 69 - 71, 77 - 84, 96 - 105, 117 - 119, 129 - 131 and 141 144 are open to all.

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All exhibitors must provide their own containers etc. The Committee cannot be responsible for loss or damage to exhibits or receptacles.

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All entries to be staged between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. on the morning of the Show.

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No exhibitor will be allowed to enter more than one exhibit in any one Class.

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No person may handle or move another person's exhibit when staging his / her own.

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The Committee will ensure that no persons other than those officially appointed shall be present in the hall during the judging.

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Entry forms to be handed in no later than 7 p.m. on Saturday 23 th August 2014, except Class 202, which must be handed in by Monday 18 th August 2014.

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The entry fee for the Adult Classes 1 – 105 inclusive and Class 202 will be 15p. For the Children’s Classes 106 – 144 inclusive and Class 204 entrance is free.

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All points awarded on the basis of: 3 points 1st, 2 points 2nd, and 1 point 3rd.

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All exhibits and certificates must remain staged until the cups have been awarded.

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Prize money must be collected on the day of the Show after destaging.

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The Committee will hold winners responsible for the safe custody of any cups or trophies won by them.

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CUPS AND TROPHIES MUST BE RETURNED TO THE SECRETARY (c/o WEMBDON POST OFFICE) 21 DAYS PRIOR TO THE NEXT SHOW.

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In any dispute, the decision of the Stewards shall be final.

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The WCA would appreciate any exhibit for Auction after the show, for the benefit of funds. “For Auction” cards will be available before exhibits are displayed.

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Vegetables – Local Classes CLASS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

3 Onions, large. 5 Onions, culinary, to pass through 3 inch (7.62 cm) ring. 3 Potatoes, white. 3 Potatoes, coloured. 3 Carrots, short or stumpy. 3 Carrots, long or intermediate. 3 Beetroot. 5 Runner Beans, no backing sheet. 1 Cabbage, stem not less than 8 cm long. 1 Cauliflower. 5 Tomatoes, shown with calyx. 3 Courgettes. 5 Varieties of Herbs, labelled, shown in a dish. 5 Shallots.

GRAND RAFFLE Tickets available from all WCA Committee Members, The Cottage Inn and Wembdon Stores and Post Office.

LOTS OF SUPER PRIZES TO BE WON. Draw will take place at approx. 3.30 pm on Monday 25th August on the Playing Field. Our most grateful thanks to everyone who very kindly donated prizes for the Raffle. DON’T FORGET OUR GREAT FIREWORK DISPLAY ON 25th OCTOBER 2014

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Vegetables – Open Classes CLASS 15. Standard size seed tray containing five kinds culinary Vegetables, three of each kind (tomatoes & dressing allowed). 16. 3 Onions, large. 17. 5 Onions, culinary, to pass through a 3 inch (7.62 cm) ring. 18. 3 Potatoes, white. 19. 3 Potatoes, coloured. 20. 5 Shallots. 21. 3 Carrots, short or stumpy. 22. 3 Carrots, long or intermediate. 23. 3 Beetroot. 24. 5 Runner Beans, no backing sheet. 25. 5 Tomatoes, shown with calyx. 26. 2 Marrows, matched pair. 27. 2 Cucumbers, matched pair. 28. 3 Parsnips. 29. 3 Leeks.

Vegetables With A Difference - Open Classes CLASS 30. 31. 32. 33.

Strangest Shaped Potato, any condition. Heaviest Marrow, any condition. Longest Runner Bean, any condition. Heaviest Onion, any condition.

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Fruit - Local Classes CLASS 34. 35. 36. 37.

1 Dish of 3 Eating Apples. 1 Dish of 3 Cooking Apples. 1 Dish of 10 Plums or Damsons. 1 Dish of any Fruit excluding the above.

Fruit - Open Classes CLASS 340. 350. 360. 370.

1 Dish of 3 Eating Apples. 1 Dish of 3 Cooking Apples. 1 Dish of 10 Plums or Damsons. 1 Dish of any Fruit excluding the above.

Flowers - Local Classes CLASS 38. Dahlias, 1 vase, 5 blooms, cactus, any variety or varieties. 39. Dahlias, 1 vase, 5 blooms, decorative, any variety or varieties 40. Dahlias, 1 vase, 5 blooms, pompom, all same variety, excluding cactus or decorative varieties. 41. 3 Individual Rose blooms, 1 vase, any variety or varieties. 42. 1 Specimen Hybrid Tea Rose. 43. 1 Stem Multi or Floribunda Rose. 44. 3 Hybrid Tea Roses, same variety. 45. 5 Asters, single or double. 46. 1 vase mixed Annual Flowers grown from seed this year. 47. Gladioli, 1 vase, 3 spikes. 48. 1 Flowering Pot Plant, rim diameter not to exceed 30cm. 49. 1 Foliage Pot Plant, rim diameter not to exceed 30cm. 50. 1 Specimen Cacti, pot rim diameter not to exceed 30cm. 51. 1 Specimen Succulent, pot rim diameter not to exceed 30cm. 13


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Flowers - Open Classes CLASS 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

Gladioli, 1 vase, 3 spikes. 5 Asters, singles or doubles. Chrysanthemums, 1 vase, 3 stems, any variety or varieties. 1 vase Annuals, any variety or varieties. Sweet Peas, 1 vase, 5 stems. 3 Hybrid Tea Roses, 1 vase, any variety or varieties. 3 Floribunda Roses, 1 vase, any variety or varieties. Dahlias, 1 vase, 5 blooms, cactus, any variety or varieties. Dahlias, 1 vase, 5 blooms, decorative, any variety or varieties. Dahlias, 1 vase, 5 blooms, pompom, all same variety, excluding cactus or decorative varieties. Carnations, 1 vase, 5 blooms with own foliage. 1 Flowering Pot Plant, rim diameter not to exceed 30cm. 1 Foliage Pot Plant, rim diameter not to exceed 30cm. 1 Specimen Fuchsia, bush or standard, pot rim diameter not to exceed 30cm.

WCA Donations for 2013/14 Wembdon St George’s Primary School Wembdon Cricket Club

1st Bridgwater (St George’s) Wembdon Scout Group 4th Bridgwater (Wembdon) Brownies Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch Bridgwater Guy Fawkes Carnival British Red Cross Senior Citizens Tea Party St George's Parish Centre Salvation Army Lions Club

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Floral Art - Local Classes CLASS 66. Shades of Green (including variegated), foliage arrangement 45cm wide max, unlimited height. 67. An Arrangement incorporating a Candle using fresh flowers. 68. An Arrangement entitled “In The Pink”, size not to exceed 20 x 20cm.

Floral Art - Open Classes CLASS 69. Snow White, an Arrangement not to exceed 30 x 30cm. 70. An Arrangement in an Unusual Container, not to exceed 12cm overall. 71. An Arrangement incorporating a Cup & Saucer using fresh flowers.

Wembdon Community Association would like to thank the following for their most generous sponsorship or donation of raffle prizes: 1st Prize £50 cash Wembdon Motors Bower Flowers Enmore Park Golf Club Evolve Pro Fitness Gym The Cottage Inn, Wembdon

Blackmore Farm Shop Bridgwater College Gym Timeless Images Wembdon PO & Stores Ken Baker Hair Design

Please patronise those who have advertised, sponsored or given prizes for the Grand Raffle. Thank You! 17


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Domestic - Local Classes CLASS 72. A Victoria Sandwich, jam filling, no icing or sugar cover, in 18cm tin. (180g S.R. Flour; 180g Butter or Margarine; 180g Sugar; 3 Eggs). 73. A Fruit Cake, no icing, in 18 or 20cm tin. (240g S.R. Flour; 120g Margarine; 120g Sugar; Âź tsp. Salt; 2 Eggs; 300g Mixed Fruit; 75ml Milk; Little Grated Lemon Rind.) 74. 1 Savoury Flan, 20cm max. 75. Pot of Fruit Jam, transparent cover only (home-made). 76. Pot of Marmalade, transparent cover only (home-made). Class 75, & 76 Pot to be not less then 360g.

Domestic - Open Classes CLASS 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84.

5 Shortbread. 5 Fruit Scones. 1 Apple Pie - top and bottom pastry. A Fruit Cake - no icing. Loaf of Bread - Any variety. Novelty Cake - max 20cm. Pot of Fruit Jam, transparent cover. Not less than 360g. 1 Pot of Chutney - Any variety.

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Handicraft - Local Classes CLASS 85. Any item, handmade, i.e. leatherwork, pottery, metalwork, jewellery. Not to exceed 45 x 45cm. 86. 1 Soft Toy, hand knitted, crochet, felt or fabric. 87. 1 Piece of Embroidery or Tapestry. 88. 1 knitted child’s garment not worn. 89. 1 knitted adult’s garment not worn. 90. Original Painting in watercolours. 91. Original Painting or Drawing using any other medium. 92. One Humorous photograph with caption. 93. A Photograph entitled “My Favourite Pet”. 7 x 5 inches max. unmounted. 94. A Photograph entitled “Colours”. 7 x 5 inches max. unmounted. 95. A Photograph entitled “My Holiday”. 7 x 5 inches max. unmounted.

Handicraft - Open Classes CLASS 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101.

1 knitted Child's Garment (not worn). 1 patchwork article, size not to exceed 60 x 60cm. 1 Piece of Embroidery, Tapestry, or Crochet. A Photograph entitled “My Favourite Place”. 7 x 5 inches max. unmounted. A Photograph entitled “My Garden”. 7 x 5 inches max. unmounted. Original Painting or Drawing using any medium. ALL HANDICRAFT ITEMS MUST BE FIRST TIME ENTRIES ONLY

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CLASS NUMBER AS PER SCHEDULE No’s

ENTRY FEE

Adults 15p Per Class Children's Classes Free

TOTAL ENCL.

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I hereby declare that the specimens I propose to exhibit in the above classes were produced by me (Rule 1) and that I agree to abide by the regulations. This entry form is only accepted on the conditions set forth in the rules. The Committee reserve the right to reject any entry. Name of Exhibitor (Mr Mrs Miss) : ____________________ Address : _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Tel : _________________________________ Further copies of this form may be obtained from Wembdon Stores and Post Office. 27


ANNUAL FLOWER, FRUIT, VEGETABLE & CRAFT SHOW MONDAY 25th AUGUST 2014 St GEORGE'S PARISH CENTRE, CHURCH ROAD, WEMBDON. The Entry Form (on reverse of this page) should be filled in by the intending exhibitor and sent to either of the following. 7, Wares Lane, Wembdon, Tel : 457973 or

Wembdon Stores & Post Office To arrive on or before Saturday 23th August 2014 at 7pm Class 202 to arrive by Monday 18th August 2014 In Sealed Envelopes Please. EARLY ENTRIES WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED NOTE: Local residents are able to enter Local, Open or both Classes ALL POINTS AWARDED ON BASIS OF:-

3 Points - 1st

2 Points - 2nd

1 Point - 3rd

Prize monies for all classes 1st - 50p 2nd - 30p 3rd - 20p 28


Wine - Open Classes CLASS 102. 103. 104. 105.

1 Bottle home-made wine. 1 Bottle home-made wine. 1 Bottle home-made wine. 1 Bottle home-made wine.

Red, Sweet. Red, Dry. White, Sweet. White, Dry.

WINES SHOULD BE EXHIBITED WITH FLANGED CORKS OR SCREW CAPS. BOTTLES SHOULD NOT BE LABELLED

Gardens – Local Class CLASS 202. Best Garden Visible to the Public. Entries to be handed in by Monday 18th August (mark envelope Gardens), for judging in the week preceding the Village Day. 208. Allotments Competition. All Allotment automatically entered.

Grand Car Boot Sale With Cars on

Wembdon Playing Field

When the Playing Field is full additional cars will be directed to the

Car Park Field

Cars On The Day £7.50 Larger vehicles will be charged pro rata. Gates Open at 8:00am All cars to be on site By 11:00 am.

For General Enquiries

Relating to the Village Day (other than Show entries) Tel: 01278 457973 before the event, or email grahamgrief@talktalk.net 29


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Children's Classes ALL ITEMS MUST BE CHILD'S UNAIDED WORK. DO NOT SPECIFY AGE OR NAME ON EXHIBIT. THIS YEAR’S THEME “CARNIVAL”

Children 5 Years And Under On Day Of Show Local or Open Classes CLASS 106. 107. 108. 109. 110.

A Jam Jar of Flowers. (NOT PICKED FROM THE WILD!). A “Finger Print Design on a sheet of A4 size paper. A Paper Plate face, max 30cm diameter. A “Firework“ Collage on a sheet of A4 size paper. A Model of a Carnival Cart made from recycled material. No larger than 30cm x 30cm x 30cm.

Children 6 To 8 Years Of Age On Day Of Show Local Classes CLASS 111. A Jam Jar of Flowers. (NOT PICKED FROM THE WILD!). 112. A “Carnival“ Model made from recycled material. No larger than 30cm x 30cm x 30cm. 113. An Illustrated Poem entitled “Carnival”, A4 size paper. 114. A Carnival Character made only from fruit & vegetables, not to exceed 25cm. 115. A Carnival Mask, 30cm max. 116. A “Firework Painting” or Collage on a sheet of A4 size paper.

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Children 6 To 8 Years Of Age On Day Of Show Open Classes CLASS 117. A Jam Jar of Flowers. (NOT PICKED FROM THE WILD!). 118. A model of a Carnival Cart, shoebox size. 119. A Firework Painting or Collage on a sheet of A4 size paper.

Children 9 To 11 Years Of Age On Day Of Show Local Classes CLASS 120. 121. 122. 123. 124 125. 126. 127. 128.

A Jam Jar of Flowers. (NOT PICKED FROM THE WILD!) A Cereal Box Model of a Carnival Cart. A Bridgwater Carnival Postcard. An Illustrated Poem entitled Bonfire Night. A Miniature Garden in a standard seed tray. A Handmade Carnival Mask, 30cm max. A Guy Fawkes made only from fruit and vegetables, not to exceed 25cm. 5 home-made , decorated, Cakes or Biscuits on a plate. Design and make A Carnival Collection Box.

Children 9 To 11 Years Of Age On Day Of Show Open Classes CLASS 129. A Carnival Collage, A4 max. 130. A Sock Puppet. 131. 5 home-made, Sweets or Chocolates on a plate.

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Children 12 To 16 Years Of Age On Day Of Show Local Classes CLASS 132. A Flower Arrangement in an Unusual Container 30cm max. 133. A Miniature Garden in a standard seed tray. 134. A Model with a Carnival Theme. No larger than 30cm x 30cm x 30cm. 135. A Photograph you have taken, with caption. 136. A Hand Written Poem entitled “Carnival”, A4 max. 137. 1 Novelty Sponge Cake. 138. 1 Fruit Cake, no icing, in 18 or 20cm tin. (240g S.R. Flour; 120g Margarine; 120g Sugar; ¼ tsp. Salt; 2 Eggs; 300g Mixed Fruit; 75ml Milk; Little Grated Lemon Rind.) 139. A computer generated Bridgwater Carnival Poster, A4 max. 140. 1 Handmade article e.g. woodwork, metalwork, jewellery, pottery, needlework etc.

Children 12 To 16 Years Of Age On Day Of Show Open Classes CLASS 141. 142. 143. 144.

A Humorous Photograph with caption. A Painting or Drawing of a Carnival Cart, A4 max. Design and make a “Carnival” Hat. 1 Novelty Sponge Cake.

Open to Pupils of Wembdon St Georges’ School CLASS 204. A Music Competition held at Wembdon St Georges School. Shield to be awarded on Village Day

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DON’T FORGET OUR GREAT FIREWORK DISPLAY ON 25th OCTOBER 2014

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Adult’s Cups And Trophies 1.

JACK ARBERRY MEMORIAL CUP

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COATE PERPETUAL SHIELD

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JOE SEAMAN PERPETUAL CUP

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RAY MILLARD PLATE

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JUBILEE PERPETUAL CUP 1977

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G. AND M. BERRY PERPETUAL SHIELD

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WIN ROSSITER MEMORIAL CUP

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MARJORIE TAPSCOTT CUP

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MAURICE DAVEY PRESIDENTS CUP 2010

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MALCOLM CLARKE PERPETUAL TROPHY

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CHILCOTT PERPETUAL TROPHY

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HOLY WELL PERPETUAL CUP

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JIM DAY PERPETUAL ROSE BOWL

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JENNY BOND MEMORIAL SALVER

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DOROTHY DAY MEMORIAL TROPHY

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TONY ESCOTT MEMORIAL TROPHY

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THE WEMBDON PAINTING GROUP SALVER

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GERRY MOORE MEMORIAL TROPHY

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To be awarded to the person with the most points from Classes 1 to 14 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 15 to 29. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 1 to 14 and 34 to 51 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from classes 34 to 37 inclusive. To be awarded to the person winning the most points in classes 1 to 14 and 34 to 51 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Class 41.

To be awarded for the best single rose in Class 42 to 44 inclusive. To be awarded to the person with the most points from Classes 48 to 51 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from classes 1 to 65 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 52 to 65 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Class 66. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 69 to 71 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 72 to 76 inclusive. To be awarded to the person with the most points from Classes 72 to 74 & 77 to 82 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 86 to 89 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Class 90. To be awarded to the best Original Painting or Drawing using Any Medium - Open. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 102 and 103.


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QUARRY TROPHY

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HARRY SMITH MEMORIAL SHIELD

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QUEENS GOLDEN JUBILEE CUP

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JIM DAY MEMORIAL SHIELD

To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 102 to 105 inclusive. To be awarded to the person winning most points in Open classes 15-29 and 52-65 inclusive. To be awarded to the best exhibit from Class 202. To be awarded to the best Local Allotment.

Children’s Cups And Trophies 23.

PRINCE HENRY CUP 1984

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IMAGINATION TROPHY

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STONE PERPETUAL CUP

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CRIPWELL MEMORIAL CUP

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HOBBS CUP

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PRINCE WILLIAM CUP 1982

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FRED SWEET PERPETUAL CUP

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ROYAL WEDDING CUP 1981

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ERNIE GEORGE MEMORIAL TROPHY

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HANDEL PEREGRINE MEMORIAL SHIELD

To be awarded to the child winning the most points in Classes 106 to 110 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 106 to 110 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Class 111. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 111 to 116 inclusive. To be awarded to the child winning the most points in Classes 117 to 119 inclusive. To be awarded to the child winning the most points in Classes 120 to 128 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Classes 120 to 128 inclusive. To be awarded to the child winning the most points in classes 132 to 140 inclusive. To be awarded for the best exhibit from Class 140. To be awarded to the best entry in Class 204.

Show’s Best Exhibits 33.

DIANA PRINCESS of WALES MEMORIAL SHIELD

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PARDOES SOLICITORS SHIELD

To be awarded to the best exhibit in the show.

To be awarded to the best Adult/Child exhibit in the opposite age category to the winner of the above trophy.

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LIFE IN ST. GEORGE’S PARISH CENTRE To hire a room in the

PARISH CENTRE Contact:- Pat Bright Tel:- 457760 Great For Parties

ST GEORGE’S TODDLERS

LADIES KEEP FIT

Thursdays 10.00 a.m.-12.00 Contact:- Ceri Douglas Tel:- 422702

Mondays 9.45 - 10.45 a.m. Contact: Viv Tolcher Tel:- 424491

JAY SINGERS Tuesdays 7.45 p.m. Contact:- Tim Loveday Tel:- 425422

SEDGEMOOR STITCHERS 2nd Monday of each month 7 p.m. - 9.30 p.m. Contact:- Barbara Taylor Tel:- 423409

WEMBDON LADIES

Alternate Fridays 7.45 p.m. Interesting speakers Starting Sept. 5th Contact:- Lyn Poile Tel:- 424431

SCOUTS

Tuesdays 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

CUBS

Mondays 6.30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

BEAVERS

Wednesdays 6.15 p. m. - 7.15 p.m. Contact:- John Ennals Tel:- 451974 44

COFFEE SHOP Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 12 noon Tea / Coffee and Cake for £1

ART GROUP Painting for leisure

Tuesdays 10 a.m. - 12.00 midday Contact:- Kay Robbins Tel:- 423212

BROWNIES

Thursdays 6 p.m. - 7.30 p.m. Leader:- Sue Sly Tel:- 410911

WEMBDON BRIDGE

Thursdays 1.45 p.m. Contact:Ernie Whitehead Tel:- 424134

BRIDGWATER SCRIBES Alternate Wednesdays 10.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m. Contact:- Fiona Rossiter Tel:- 07974 129586

WEMBDON SUNSHINERS

Playgroup School Terms Only Monday - Friday mornings Mon., Tues., Wed., Friday afternoons Contact:- Session times Jen Hillier Tel:- 457100

TEA TIME SPECIAL

For Senior Citizens 1st Thursday of each month 2.30 to 4.30 p.m. Contact:- Katherine Cannell Tel:- 457100


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Cup and Trophy Winners 2013 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

JACK ARBERRY MEMORIAL CUP COATE PERPETUAL SHIELD JOE SEAMAN PERPETUAL CUP RAY MILLARD PLATE JUBILEE PERPETUAL CUP 1977 G. AND M. BERRY PERPETUAL SHIELD WIN ROSSITER MEMORIAL CUP MARJORIE TAPSCOTT CUP MAURICE DAVEY PRESIDENTS CUP 2010 MALCOLM CLARKE PERPETUAL TROPHY CHILCOTT PERPETUAL TROPHY HOLY WELL PERPETUAL CUP JIM DAY PERPETUAL ROSE BOWL DOROTHY DAY MEMORIAL TROPHY TONY ESCOTT MEMORIAL TROPHY THE WEMBDON PAINTING GROUP SALVER GERRY MOORE MEMORIAL TROPHY QUARRY TROPHY HARRY SMITH MEMORIAL SHIELD QUEENS GOLDEN JUBILEE CUP JIM DAY MEMORIAL SHIELD PRINCE HENRY CUP 1984 IMAGINATION TROPHY STONE PERPETUAL CUP CRIPWELL MEMORIAL CUP HOBBS CUP PRINCE WILLIAM CUP 1982 FRED SWEET PERPETUAL CUP ROYAL WEDDING CUP 1981 ERNIE GEORGE MEMORIAL TROPHY HANDEL PEREGRINE MEMORIAL SHIELD DIANA PRINCESS OF WALES MEMORIAL SHIELD (BEST IN SHOW) PARDOES SOLICITORS SHIELD (BEST OPPOSITE AGE RANGE IN SHOW)

Mr P Prole Mr R Sprod Mr Mike Higgins Mr P Prole Mr P Prole Not Presented Mrs S Murray Mr P Putnam Mr R Sprod Mr Mike Higgins Mrs B Roberts Ms Charlotte Farrow Mrs J Thompson Mrs Susan Hendy Mrs J Riddle Mrs H Hawkins Mrs Gillian Kett Mrs Gillian Kett Mr R Sprod Mr & Mrs C D Mc Kinley Mr L Woodley Bethany Moss Bethany Moss Matthew Williams Lois Thayer Matthew Williams Isabel Rendell Samantha Hughes Mary Lockyer Naomi Watts Patrick Lockyer Mrs Susan Hendy Mary Lockyer

The WCA committee would like to offer our grateful thanks to all members of the community who assist with our functions throughout the year. We do need your continued help and support to enable these functions to thrive. The WCA Annual General Meeting will be held at 8pm on Thursday 20th November 2014 at the Parish Centre. ALL VILLAGERS ARE WELCOME 49


Time Table of Events 8:00 9:00 10:00 - 1:00 11:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 1:30 1:45 - 2:30 3:00 3:00 - 3:45 3:30 3:45 Followed By

Parish Centre open for Flower Show Exhibitors. Car Boot opens. (Playing Field) Flower Show closes for judging. Barbecue available. (Playing Field) Light refreshments available. (Parish Centre) Fete and Stalls open. (Playing Field) Flower Show opened by President. (Parish Centre) Dog Display Team (Playing Field) Burtle Silver Band (Parish Centre) Children’s Races (Playing Field) Burtle Silver Band (Parish Centre) Raffle Draw (Playing Field) Flower Show Auction (Parish Centre) Presentation of Cups. (Parish Centre)

Destaging of exhibits & Presentation of Prize Money to be after the auction

Attractions to Include CHILDREN’S RIDES BARBEQUE BURTLE SILVER BAND DOG DISPLAY TEAM CHILDREN’S RACES BOUNCY CASTLES Laser Guns Face Painting Cake Stall

And Lots More!

Crockery Smash Hook a Duck Coconut Shy

St George's Church will be open throughout the day

LICENSED BAR AND REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON 50


LAYOUT OF EVENTS Footpath from Chilton Street

Car Park and Overflow Car Boot Entrance

Wembdon Church will be open to the public

Church Car Park (Disabled Only) Blakes Road

Car Park

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1. Flower & Craft Show 2. Refreshments 3. Band 4. Raffle 5. Bar 6. Barbeque 7. Soft Drinks 8. Game Stalls 9. Charity Stalls 10. Portaloos 11. Tombola 12. Games & Rides 13. Displays

8 8 Footpath from Church Path

Parish Centre

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First Aid

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Children's Play Area

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Car Boot Vehicle Entrance from Crossacre Entrance via Footbridge

DRIVERS PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY THROUGH THE VILLAGE

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Wembdon Village Day 2014  
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