Produce Competition at the midhurst town cup

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Held on Sunday 30th June 2024

This year we are delighted to announce the launch of a produce and craft competition, to be held during the action of the Midhurst Town Cup. Centred around fun and ‘having a go’ we welcome adults and children alike to enter for free and maybe pick up a rosette along the way. Our team of judges will include experts from the Estate and beyond including Ben Jupp Cowdray's Executive Chef, floral designer Milli Proust and Stefano Cerea, Cowdray Farm Shop Pastry Chef.

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Competition Categories
  • Any type of homemade Quiche Any type of homemade Quiche
  • One Victoria SpongeOne Victoria Sponge
  • One Decorated cake One Decorated cake
  • One Loaf of Bread of any kindOne Loaf of Bread of any kind
  • One Jar of any Homemade Marmalade or JamOne Jar of any Homemade Marmalade or Jam
  • One Jar of and Homemade ChutneyOne Jar of and Homemade Chutney
  • One Jar of Mixed Cut FlowersOne Jar of Mixed Cut Flowers
  • Most Unusually Shaped Fruit or Vegetable Most Unusually Shaped Fruit or Vegetable

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Childrens' Competition Categories
  • Best Poem or Story Inspired by MidhurstBest Poem or Story Inspired by Midhurst
  • Best Piece of Art (2D or 3D) of a Polo PonyBest Piece of Art (2D or 3D) of a Polo Pony

All entries are to be submitted by the 28th June

Please enter by using the form below

    Classes you wish to enter

    SUNDAY 30TH June

    The Midhurst Town Cup

    Families and polo fans alike are welcome to enjoy polo paired with a celebration of rural England. A day bursting with fun for all the family including tractor rides, have-a-go polo, mini golf, chainsaw carving and a produce competition. All tickets are free and can be pre-booked online or purchased at the gate.

    Claim your free tickets

    FAQS

    Competition FAQS

    This competition is open to anyone attending the Midhurst Town Cup on Sunday 30th June. Children and adults can enter any of the main classes, however we do have two classes (Best Poem & Best Art) that are open to children only.

    The competition is free to enter, tickets for the Midhurst Town Cup are also free.

    Yes - You can enter as many classes as you wish.

    Enter using the entry form above or email us at marketing@cowdray.co.uk

    Exhibits can be brought in and arranged between 10.00 - 11.00am on the day of the show. Please make sure your name is written on the card with your exhibit (Cards will be provided). Judging will take place at 12pm

    Yes - Just clearly state the entrants name on the booking form.

    There will be rosettes from 1st to 3rd place. With 'Best in Show' trophies also up for grabs.

    Yes - We ask that all exhibits are taken home after the prize giving.

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