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18th July: Waltham Forest Summer Produce Show

18th July: Waltham Forest Summer Produce Show

Waltham Forest Summer Produce Show
18th July
Walthamstow Garden Party, Lloyd Park, Forest Road, E17 4PP
hosted at Artillery Island
(the moated island behind the William Morris Gallery)

Join us in celebrating local home grown produce at this borough wide summer produce show by entering one of our three competition categories:

1) Home grown produce:
Open to anyone who grows in their own food in Waltham Forest. Whether you grow in your garden, in a windowbox or on an allotment enter your summer crop successes and surprises.
To enter: submit your fresh home grown fruit and vegetables at the Produce Show by 3.30pm on 18th July. Produce should be presented on a plate or small tray (to be collected by owner by 6pm). We will have Produce Show entry cards for you to complete on your arrival.

2) Preserved Produce:
Whether home grown, foraged or purchased, how do you preserve your produce to enjoy throughout the summer and into the winter? Bring your pestos, jams, jelly, chutneys, pickles and sourdough bread. Do you think we have forgotten something? Let us know and we might expand the list!
To enter: submit your home made preserved produce by 3.30pm on 18th July. Sample produce should be presented in a small tupperware container or equivalent, and if bread, on a plate (to be collected by the owner by 6pm). Please note: NO GLASS JARS will be allowed into the festival by site security. . We will have Produce Show entry cards for you to complete on your arrival.

3) Ingenious planters:
Open to all creative and inventive home growers in Waltham Forest. Let’s celebrate the home grown ingenuity for maximising growing space or for irrigating your container garden.
To enter: submit your invention by email to including up to 3 photographs and a description of where it is, what you grow in it and how you made it.

Watch this space for news of the judging panel and prizes.