Handicrafts 2022

Handicrafts

The Handicrafts Section this year is kindly sponsored by WooltexUK Ltd

A wonderful opportunity to showcase and celebrate your creative art and craft skills by exhibiting them in our Arts and Crafts Exhibition and Competition.

Our new marquee will show your works for all to see. A group of specialist judges will view the exhibits and award rosettes for exhibits which show the highest skills and impact. No entry fee is required.

All you need to do is complete the Entry Form, which you can find below, or in the Schedule of Events ’22 available from the 1st April, from the Section Secretary or local businesses and libraries.

Please ensure you give the details of exhibit size and the medium used.

Exhibits can be brought to the Handicrafts marquee either before 6pm on Friday 22nd July, or on Show Day, 23rd July, before 9am.

Section Secretary

Mrs K Butterworth
1 Dennington Lane
Crigglestone
Wakefield
WF4 3ET
Tel No: 01924 252 860

Regulations and conditions for all exhibitors in these sections
All exhibits to be in the marquee by 9am on the day of the show.
All exhibits must be the production and property of the exhibitor and must not have been previously entered at Honley Show.
The Society cannot be held responsible for loss or damage to exhibits during or after the exhibition.
No exhibits to be removed before 4pm on the day of the show.
Prizes will be awarded entirely at the Judge’s discretion and can be collected from 4pm.
The exact age of the exhibitor must be stated on all Children’s Entry forms.
All Entry Forms should be received by the Handicraft Secretary by 16th July 2022

Judges:
Mr V Cunningham, Mr I Pheasey and Mr Hayward – Arts, Crafts and Photography
Mrs K Sharp – Baking and Preserves
Mrs Christine Askew – Textile Skills

Entry Fees: Free

Prizes: Rosettes to 3rd place.

Trophies:
The Honley Show Perpetual Trophy – Best Exhibit in Adult Classes.
Honley Kennels Trophy – Best Photograph
The Nimrod Roebuck Trophy: Best Floral Arrangement.
The Olive Roebuck Trophy: Best Petite Arrangement

All trophies to be held for one year and remain the property of Honley Show Society Ltd.
Please return trophies in good clean condition before the day of the Show.

Download Entry Form
Download Schedule

Arts and Crafts


Judges:
The Theme for 2022 will be ‘Reflecting on Recent Times’
Class 1 – An exhibit on this year’s theme. Exhibits may be 2D or 3D, drawing, painting, digital art, mixed media or photography (monochrome or colour)

Textile Skills
Judge:
Class 2 –
Canvas work, cross stitch or embroidery
Class 3 –
Crochet article
Class 4 –
Knitted article
Class 5 –
Patchwork or quilting

Children’s Classes
Age 3 – 17 years inclusive

Rules:
Exhibitors must be under 17 years of age on show day.
Exhibits must have the exact age of the child clearly shown.
For school entries, a maximum of 10 exhibits in each class entered.

Entry fee: Free

Prizes: Honley Show rosettes awarded to 3rd place.

Trophies:
NHW Wood Memorial Shield – Best Children’s Exhibit.
Eileen Langley Trophy – To be awarded for the best group or classwork, 7 years and under. Held by the school and retained for one year.
Sue Asher Trophy – To be awarded for the best artwork, any medium, 7 years and under.
Holme Valley Trophy – To be awarded to a unique/original/independent piece of Child’s Art or Craft work

All trophies to be held for one year and remain the property of Honley Show Society Ltd.
Please return trophies in good clean condition before the day of the Show.
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Judges : Ms R Harrison

Lego Competition *New for 2022*

The Judge will be looking for the most creative, freestyle construction. The exact age of the exhibitor must be displayed on the exhibit. It must have been constructed independently. Try to create a ‘Wow’ response.
Class 22 – Age 5 – 7 years.
Class 23 – Age 8 -11 years

Arts and Crafts Exhibition

Exhibits may be either 2D or 3D, using any medium, e.g. drawing, painting, digital art, photography, sculpture, modelling or mixed media. Maximum of 10 exhibits per school for each class entered. We would like schools to exhibit an assortment of creative pieces.

Class 24 – Age 3 – 5 years
Class 25 – Age 6 – 7 years
Class 26 – Age 8 – 11 years
Class 27 – Age 12 – 14 years
Class 28 – Age 15 – 16 years

Product Design and Design Technology

Class 29 – Exhibit a finished product in Textiles, Graphics or Design Technology, with it’s supportive design work.
Age 15 – 16 years. Maximum of 10 exhibits per school for each class entered.

Baking
Class 30 – Decorated Buns. Age 11years and under
Class 31 – A monster pizza. (Homemade base) Age 12 – 14 years

Handwriting
Maximum of 10 exhibits per school for each class entered.
Class 32 –
A piece of handwriting of your choice. Age 7 years and under.
Class 33 – A piece of handwriting of your choice. Age 8 – 11 years.

Group work
Class 34
– Group or class work. Age 3 -5 years
Class 35 – Group or class work. Age 6 – 7 years
Class 36 – Group or class work. Age 8 -11 years

Floral Arrangement

Judge:
Class
18
– ‘A Floral Summer Ring (door wreath). An exhibit – size optional. May be brought already assembled
Class 19 – ‘A Floral Arrangement in an Unusual Container’. An exhibit – size optional. May be brought already assembled

For more experienced florists
Class 20 – ‘Fit for a Queen’. Exhibit W75cm x D75cm, height optional
Class 21 – ‘Tempting Taste Buds’ – a petite exhibit. Max dimensions w25cm x D25cm x H37cm. May be brought already assembled

Please prepare and stage your arrangement in the Marquee on Friday 22nd before 6pm, or early morning on the 23rd July to be completed by 9.am. A table will be provided in the marquee. Exhibits should be composed of natural plant materials, with or without accessories within the space of the exhibit.

Homecraft

Baking
Judge:
Mrs K Sharp
Class 6 – Brown or white bread loaf
Class 7 – A cake of your choice (with a list of ingredients used)
Class 8 – A biscuit of your choice (with a list of ingredients used)
Class 9 – Decorated cake to celebrate ‘the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II’
Class 10 – Scones
Class 11 – A Savoury Quiche

Preserves
Judge: Mrs K Sharp
Class 12
– Jam
Class 13 –
Jelly
Class 14 – Marmalade
Class 15 – Lemon Curd
Class 16
– Chutney
Class 17 – Pickles

Sponsors:

We are delighted that due to the generous sponsorship of all Children’s classes by Richard O’Hara Joinery Ltd:
www.rohjoinery.com, we are able to award a gift voucher to all 1st place winners in the Children’s section.
Sue Asher
Richard Carter – the original hand tool manufacturer. Neiley Works, 72, New Mill Rd, Honley, HD9 6QQ
CAT Alarms, Moorside Rd, Honley, HD9 6ER
Calder Graphics. www.calderartsupplies.co.uk
Wagstaffs Shoes. Waggiesshoes@aol.com
Honley Boarding Kennels. 58, Scotgate Rd, Honley, Holmfirth HD9 6RE
Andrew’s Greengrocers. 64, Huddersfield Rd, Holmfirth HD9 3AZ
Thongsbridge Tennis Club. www.thongsbridge.org
Bea Maynard
Tracy Peto Hair. Tracypeto66@hotmail.com
Dixon and Franks. www.dixonandfranks.co.uk
TL Dallas & Co Ltd. www.tldallas.com
Chain Reaxtion. Find us on Facebook – Chain Reaxtion, Honley.
Drop In Centre sponsors of Class 3, Sycamore Ave, Golcar, Huddersfield HD3 4SA
Linda Needham
Cozy Paws Cattery. info@cozypawscattery.co.uk
Lily Pickles of Holmfirth. www.lilypicklesholmfirth.co.uk
Changes Beauty Therapy. 1 Eastgate, Honley HD96PA
Colne Valley Museum sponsors of Class 2. www,colnevalleymuseum.org.uk
Sue, Hayley, Thomas and George Starr sponsors of Class 28.
Scholes J&I School, Wadman Rd, Scholes, Holmfirth HD9 1SZ
Unravel Crafts, Denby Dale. Tel,767502 www.unravelcrafts.co.uk

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