This year´s July Mini-Show is on Thursday 2 July starting at 6:30pm in the field next to Hurst Village Halls. This is an informal show that is free to enter and all are welcome. A list of classes and details of how to enter can be downloaded from the "2015 Entry Documents" section above.
August Show Details Online
This year´s show classes, entry details and entry form, together with a list of cups and show rules are now available to download from the 2015 Entry Documents link above. A printed version will be delivered to all households in Hurst towards the end of June and available at local shops and businesses in July.
Cover of this year´s schedule available in June
Stall Booking Form Available
Also in the 2015 Entry Documents link above you can download a booking form to have a stall at the Show.
List of 2014 Supporters
Many local businesses kindly supported the 2014 Show by helping pay for printing costs. Details of each supporter can be found by clicking on the ´Show Supporters´ link above.
Images from the 2014 Show
Pic hlarkin; Howard Larkin knows his onions and shallots. Taken by Richard Parker
Pic 67; Jo Penney
Pic 83; Jo Penney
Pic 470; Keith Attfield
Picv4 466; Ken Curry taken by Jonathan Sant
News Alerts for the 2015 Show
Please send an email to email@example.com to receive news about our main show and other Society events as well as receiving a friendship discount card.
Friendship Card - Discounts
Everybody on our News Alerts list is automatically a ´Friend´ of the Society and will receive a card that will entitle them to membership benefits at Hare Hatch Sheeplands (10% discount all year round) plus its occassional special offers.
Future Show Dates
In 2015 it will be on Saturday 22 August, and in 2016 it will be on Saturday 20 August.
Guidelines for Exhibitors
For the first time ever, guidelines to help and encourage exhibitors have been produced by the Society. Two are available:
The first Show was in 1902 and if you would like to read a little history click here.
Come Along and Join Us
The Hurst Horticultural and Cottage Garden Society is an informal group of people who meet about 4 times a year with the objective of promoting horticulture in the local community. The focal point is the staging of an annual show in August with a supplementary "mini-show" earlier in the year.
How to Join
There is no membership fee or formal joining process. We like to keep our Society informal and open to all and if you would like to come to our next meeting we would be very pleased to welcome you. If you do come could you please tell the Secretary by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to be sure we look out for you.
The Society is one of many local organisations that serve the local community. A list of others can be seen here.