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Westwood Flower and Vegetable Show

New this year:   Live omelette challenge


Contestants to produce a four egg filled and folded omelette to their own design in a time limit of four minutes.
The fillings can be pre prepared but the eggs must be unbroken.
 All ingredients, utensils and pans to be provided by the contestants, the individual stoves will be ready on site.
For this first year we are limiting the entries to twelve contestants, four rounds of three.
All entries must be received by the 19th August when they will be placed into a hat for selection.
The omelettes will be judged on seasoning, texture, presentation, time and novelty of the filling.

Applications to be sent to westwoodshow@hotmail.co.uk. or to 6 Chestnut Grove giving name and contact details
The 12 successful applicants will receive confirmation on the 20th August .

Applications to be sent to westwoodshow@hotmail.co.uk. or to 6 Chestnut Grove giving name and contact details

The 12 successful applicants will receive confirmation on the 20th August .

 


Article published: 01 Jul 2019
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Westwood Church Summer Fete, Saturday 13 July 2019, 2-4.30pm

The Church fete will be held on Saturday 13th July from 2.00 'til 4.30 pm in the beautiful grounds of Westwood Manor, courtesy of Emily and Jonathan Azis. There will be delicious teas and cakes, sideshows, stalls, a raffle and a jazz band to entertain us. A fun afternoon for all the family!

We welcome donations for the raffle and following stalls:

The Church fete will be held on Saturday 13th July from 2.00 'til 4.30 pm in the beautiful grounds of Westwood Manor, courtesy of Emily and Jonathan Azis. There will be delicious teas and cakes, sideshows, stalls, a raffle and a jazz band to entertain us. A fun afternoon for all the family!

. Please We welcome donations for the raffle and following stalls:

Cakes and homemade produce

(Heidi Leeder)

New/Nearly new

(Sally Streeter 07922088319)

Tombola

(Ginny Gilchrist 865241)

Plants

(Mary Drewitt 866496)

Books, DVDs

(Lesley Chalmers 866734)

White elephant stall     

(Lesley Chalmers 866734)

Volunteers to help set up or assist on the stalls/sideshows will be welcome contact Lesley Chalmers or Sally Streeter if you think you may be able to help in any way.

Keep the date, come along and share in the fun!


Article published: 27 May 2019

Westwood Flower and Vegetable Show 2019


The rules for submitting entries to the show are published below. The Schedule of Classes and entry forms can be downloaded from the following links:  Entry Form and Schedule of Classes These are PDF files and can be printed.

Article published: 06 Jun 2019

WESTWOOD FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SHOW RULES

 1.             Entry Fee: Adults 20p per entry and children 10p per entry.

2.             Exhibitors are required to be residents or ex residents of Westwood, Avoncliff,  Iford and Freshford or members of the Westwood WI or Freshford Horticultural Society. Also open to all children who live in Westwood, or who attend Westwood School or Nursery, or who are the grandchildren of residents.

 3.             All entries must be made on the official entry form and returned to Jeannie Johnston at 62 The Pastures, BA15 2BH by 5pm on Wednesday 21st August 2019. Late entries may be accepted at the Committee’s discretion. Changes of entries or new entries will not be accepted on the day of the show. One entry only per class please.

 4.             The Marquee and Barn will be open from 8.30 on show day. Exhibits must be staged by 10.30am to allow for judging.

 5.             All dishes, vases etc to be provided by the exhibitor.

6.             Exhibits shall be the bone fide property of, and have been grown or made, by the exhibitor. Craft items must not be more than 2 years old and not previously entered for competition in the Westwood Show.

7.             The Committee shall not be held responsible for damage or loss of any exhibits.

8.             No exhibit to be removed before prize giving at 4.30pm and all produce remaining at the end of the show will be sold.

9.             In the event of a draw, the highest number of “firsts” will be taken into consideration.

10.          Wine entries are restricted to one bottle per class.

 11.          The decision of the judge is final.

 


Article published: 06 Jun 2019

Safari Supper 2019

This is an event set up over 20yrs ago to raise money for the church, but for the last couple of years numbers have fallen, and I only just got enough together to make it work last year. So, in order to keep it going, to encourage new people to join and swell our fading numbers, I have talked to Friends of Westwood School, who will spread the word amongst the parents. In appreciation, I suggested that the school could benefit from some of the funds raised. Please indicate on the form if you wish your contribution to go solely to the church or some to the school too.  See www.westwoodparish.co.uk  under ‘Events’ for more info about how it works.

On Saturday 15th June this year, we kick off with starters at 7pm.  It is open to residents of Westwood, Avoncliff, Iford and Staples Hill. If you would like to join in this fun event, please return completed form to Jane Mitchell (867322) at 32 Bobbin Lane  WITH PAYMENT by 31st  MAY . I will make every effort to give hosts their 1st preference of courses, but not everyone can do starters!!  Please be prepared to be flexible. 

 

Name(s)

Address

Email

Phone(s)

Would you like to come as a GUEST?                          (If yes, please enclose £25 per person)

Would you like to host a course?                                 (If yes, please enclose £10 per couple)

Please put your order of preference of course you would like to cook (1st ,2nd  and 3rd)

Starter                                  Main                                 Dessert

Dietary or other special requirements

Which would you like to support?           CHURCH ONLY    or     SCHOOL AND CHURCH    please circle


Article published: 24 Mar 2019

Westwood Scarecrow Trail: Saturday 25 May - Sunday 2 June 2019

This year’s theme is … ‘Numbers’!

 Think of a film, book, character, song etc. which includes numbers or numerical references perhaps you could make a 007 scarecrow, or the 3 Little Pigs or Count Dracula? 

Come up with your own idea, or we can make some suggestions to help you decide. 

Please contact us if you can:

* Make a scarecrow

* Host a scarecrow in your front garden if you are on the route

* Join our friendly group and help with the organisation

* Bake cakes

* Help during the week by selling maps and / or serving refreshments.

Please email westwoodscarecrows@yahoo.co.uk to get involved

(Deadline for scarecrow entries is 31 March 2019).

Save the date: Scarecrow BBQ in Westwood Park on Sat 25 May more info to follow soon.

 

The trail is a really fun village event which raises much needed funds for Westwood with Iford School and Westwood Nursery School thank you in advance for helping us to make it a success The Scarecrow Trail Group


Article published: 30 Jan 2019

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