Totnes and Kingsbridge Beekeepers
A Joint Honey Show.
To be held in Paignton
In association with Torbay Beekeepers, Newton Abbot Beekeepers and Totnes and Kingsbridge Beekeepers
A question and answer session with a panel of experts has been arranged by Torbay Beekeepers to entertain us while the judging takes place.
1 Two 454g/1 lb jars of clear, light honey.
2 Two 454g/1 lb jars of clear medium or dark honey.
3 Two 454g/1 lb jars of naturally set honey.
4 One frame of honey comb, wired or unwired, in a display case.
5 One box of cut comb honey: cut comb, section, cabana. May contain heather honey. Minimum weight 150g
6 Six matching jars of honey. Labelled as for sale, to comply with current regulations.
7 One cake of beeswax. Not less than 454g/1 lb in weight and 2.5cms thick.
8 Five blocks of beeswax, minimum 28g/1 oz in weight.
9 A pair of matched candles made by any method.
10a One 75 cl bottle of mead, sweet or dry, punted bottle with flanged stopper.
10b One 75 cl bottle of Melomel or Metheglin, sweet or dry, punted bottle with flanged stopper.
11 Honey Fudge made to recipe supplied. Six pieces to be displayed.
12 Honey Banana Cake made to recipe supplied.
13 Honey Nut Blondies made to recipe supplied. Four squares to be displayed.
14 Novice Class One jar of 454g/1 lb of honey.
15 Novice Class – One candle, made by any method.
16 Novice Class – three blocks of beeswax, minimum 28g/1 oz in weight.
17 One photograph not less than 150mm x 100 mm (6” x 4”) of a subject of beekeeping interest.
18 Any item of artistic interest connected to bees or beekeeping.
For example, a painting, poem, embroidery, carving or sculpture.
19 An item of home-
20 A Honey Label. A standard label of your own design, actual size, to fit on a standard 1lb jar, produced in any medium, to comply with current UK regulations to be displayed on an empty honey jar.