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Saturday 13th May 2017 – Village Market at Great Rissington Club

Saturday 13th May 2017

at Great Rissington Club
Come and enjoy a coffee and meet your friends

  • Hot Bacon Rolls
  • Delicious home-made cakes
  • Home-grown produce and plants
  • Bric-a-Brac and Books
  • Raffle

Saturday 10th June 2017 – Village Market at Great Rissington Club

Saturday 10th June 2017

at Great Rissington Club
Come and enjoy a coffee and meet your friends

  • Hot Bacon Rolls
  • Delicious home-made cakes
  • Home-grown produce and plants
  • Bric-a-Brac and Books
  • Raffle

Saturday 8th July 2017 – Village Market at Great Rissington Club

Saturday 8th July 2017

at Great Rissington Club
Come and enjoy a coffee and meet your friends

  • Hot Bacon Rolls
  • Delicious home-made cakes
  • Home-grown produce and plants
  • Bric-a-Brac and Books
  • Raffle

Saturday 12th August 2017 – Village Market at Great Rissington Club

Saturday 12th August 2017

at Great Rissington Club
Come and enjoy a coffee and meet your friends

  • Hot Bacon Rolls
  • Delicious home-made cakes
  • Home-grown produce and plants
  • Bric-a-Brac and Books
  • Raffle

Saturday 9th September 2017 – Village Market at Great Rissington Club

Saturday 9th September 2017

at Great Rissington Club
Come and enjoy a coffee and meet your friends

  • Hot Bacon Rolls
  • Delicious home-made cakes
  • Home-grown produce and plants
  • Bric-a-Brac and Books
  • Raffle
Great Rissington Produce Show

Monday 31st August 2015

Great Rissington Produce Show 2015 and village exhibition

BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY
31st AUGUST 2015
OPEN TO ALL

at Great Rissington Club

Show opens at 2.00 pm

Teas & Home-made Cakes – Bar Raffle

We look forward to seeing you there
CLICK HERE to download the entry form

Entry forms and fees to Sheila Jesson, Holly Cottage, Great Rissington
ON or BEFORE 27th August or to Great Rissington Clubhouse on
Friday 28th August between 6.30 & 7.30pm

VILLAGE EXHIBITION

*Displays of village clubs, activities & organisations (display boards provided)
If you would like to reserve an area in the exhibition
please contact Judy Smith 821979 or email moc.l1492284250iamto1492284250h@hti1492284250ms_nn1492284250ayduj1492284250

Organised by GREAT RISSINGTON GARDENING CLUB

THE CHALLENGES AND CLASSES

Flower Arrangements (flowers/foliage may be purchased)
FA1 Foliage arrangement – not exceeding 24 – overall
FA2 Flower arrangement – not exceeding 24 – overall (attached leaves acceptable)
FA3 Flower arrangement in tea-cup and saucer

Other Flower classes (to be home/allotment grown)
F1 3 blooms floating in a bowl (accessories are allowed)
F2 Single stem flower specimen (any variety excluding rose)
F3 Single rose
F4 A Collection of mixed garden flowers (attached leaves acceptable)
F4 Fruit and Vegetable classes
V1 Collection of Fruit in 3 varieties
V2 Collection of Vegetables in 3 varieties
V3 Plate of 5 Runner Beans V3 V4 5 Potatoes – single variety
V5 5 Tomatoes – single variety
V6 3 Courgettes
V7 Collection of 5 Culinary herbs in a container
V8 Heaviest Marrow or Pumpkin or Squash
V9 Longest Bean

FC THE ‘FOX CHALLENGE’
A basket of salad vegetables (Gardening Club members ONLY)

Domestic classes (all open classes except where stated)
P1 Plate of 5 fruit scones
P2 Fruit Loaf
P3 Plate of cheese straws
P4 Plate of 5 chocolate brownies
P5 Loaf of bread (any variety – machine or hand-made)

The Rissingtons’ Bake Off
P6 LADIES ONLY – Victoria Sandwich (see guidelines)
P7 MEN ONLY – Plate of 5 flapjacks

‘FREE FOR ALL’
P8 Lemon Drizzle Cake
J1 1 Jar Jam
J2 1 Jar Jelly
J3 1 Jar Marmalade
J4 1 Jar Lemon Curd
J5 1 Jar chutney/relish/pickle

Photographic (all ages)
Photos should be mounted on paper or light card, providing a border of at least 1 cm, not exceeding A5 (half A4) overall size.
Please put your name on the BACK. Max 3 entries per person/class.
PG1 ‘The Rissingtons’
PG2 Water
PG3 Harvest
PG4 Photograph with caption (any theme)
PG5 Photograph for front cover of Christmas/New Year edition of GR Magazine.
Portrait A4 only. Any theme to include the words ‘Great Rissington News Christmas 2015-New Year 2016’

PG5 Class for children (5 years and under)
CY1 4 Fairy Cakes
CY2 Decorated paper plate
CY3 Animal made out of vegetable(s)

CY3 Class for children (6 – 11 years)
CO6 4 Decorated cup cakes
CO7 Computer Art – designed on a computer which could be used to promote a future Produce Show
CO8 Animal made out of vegetable(s)

Great Rissington Produce Show CLICK HERE to download the entry form

St. John the Baptist Church

St. John’s offers a variety of service formats and times to suit varying preferences/tastes!  From traditional to contemporary, early morning to evening, we encourage all to come along and see what we’ve got to offer.

First Sunday:
  09.30 Traditional Eucharist – ‘Said’ service
Second Sunday:  11.00 Informal Contemporary – exploring the basics of Christianity– a friendly introduction to a less formal Church.
Third Sunday:  08.00 Early morning prayer using the ‘Book of Common Prayer’
Fourth Sunday:  18.00 Traditional Evensong

and special events celebrating the seasons life of the Church

  1. What would you like to see the Church offer?
  2. We’d love to hear your ideas. Please talk to us!

Rector: Rev. Rachel Rosborough (01451 820386)
Rev. Christopher Etherton (01451 798651)
Church Warden: Sheila Jesson (01451 820395)

Members of the Parochial Church Council:
Janne Bishop, Melanie Darwent, Andrea Melchior, Elizabeth Meyrick  and Gemina Plater

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