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Honey show class results

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Other years:
YearCategoryClassNameRankWinner
2018Honey 1Two matching 1lb jars of light honeyFirstJenny Mander
2018Honey 1Two matching 1lb jars of light honeySecondAndrew Eelbeck
2018Honey 1Two matching 1lb jars of light honeyThirdTed Kirby
2018Honey 1Two matching 1lb jars of light honeyVHCMike Robinson
2018Honey 2Two matching 1lb jars of medium honeyFirstSue Lang
2018Honey 2Two matching 1lb jars of medium honeySecondJenny Mander
2018Honey 2Two matching 1lb jars of medium honeyThirdTania Thorne
2018Honey 3Two matching 1lb jars of dark honeyFirstMike Jackson
2018Honey4Two matching 1lb jars of crystallised honeyFirstJenny Mander
2018Honey4Two matching 1lb jars of crystallised honeySecondSue Lang
2018Honey5Two matching 1lb jars of soft set honeyFirstJenny Mander
2018Honey5Two matching 1lb jars of soft set honeySecondAndrew Eelbeck
2018Honey5Two matching 1lb jars of soft set honeyThirdMike Jackson
2018Honey5Two matching 1lb jars of soft set honeyVHCTania Thorne
2018Honey6Two matching jars of honey not as in classes 1 to 4. (eg. chunk, ling, jar variations, etc.)FirstTed Kirby
2018Honey7One piece cut comb, gross weight 200-255g (7-9oz), in container with transparent lidFirstTed Kirby
2018Honey8One standard comb of honey showing the work of the bees, in bee-proof show case (note: combs may have crystallised honey in them without penalty)FirstMike Jackson
2018Honey8One standard comb of honey showing the work of the bees, in bee-proof show case (note: combs may have crystallised honey in them without penalty)SecondTed Kirby
2018Honey8One standard comb of honey showing the work of the bees, in bee-proof show case (note: combs may have crystallised honey in them without penalty)ThirdAndrew Eelbeck
2018Honey9Gift, One 1lb jar of honey of any type. (Donated after the show to Willen Hospice)FirstMike Jackson
2018Honey9Gift, One 1lb jar of honey of any type. (Donated after the show to Willen Hospice)SecondAndrew Eelbeck
2018Honey9Gift, One 1lb jar of honey of any type. (Donated after the show to Willen Hospice)ThirdTania Thorne
2018Honey9Gift, One 1lb jar of honey of any type. (Donated after the show to Willen Hospice)VHCSue Lang
2018Honey10Six matching 1lb jars of honey presented labelled as for legal sale under current rulesFirstTania Thorne
2018Honey10Six matching 1lb jars of honey presented labelled as for legal sale under current rulesSecondMike Jackson
2018Honey10Six matching 1lb jars of honey presented labelled as for legal sale under current rulesThirdAndrew Eelbeck
2018Honey10Six matching 1lb jars of honey presented labelled as for legal sale under current rulesVHCMike Robinson
2018Honey12One 1lb jar of honey, the jar painted blackFirstAndrew Eelbeck
2018Honey12One 1lb jar of honey, the jar painted blackSecondSue Lang
2018Honey12One 1lb jar of honey, the jar painted blackThirdDavid Rice
2018Honey12One 1lb jar of honey, the jar painted blackVHCTim Abbotts
2018Wax13One cake of beeswax, 200g to 255g (7 to 9 oz approx)FirstMike Jackson
2018Wax13One cake of beeswax, 200g to 255g (7 to 9 oz approx)SecondAndrew Eelbeck
2018Wax13One cake of beeswax, 200g to 255g (7 to 9 oz approx)ThirdSue Lang
2018Wax14Six matching cakes of beeswax (total weight within 160 to 180g)FirstMike Jackson
2018Wax14Six matching cakes of beeswax (total weight within 160 to 180g)SecondAndrew Eelbeck
2018Wax14Six matching cakes of beeswax (total weight within 160 to 180g)ThirdSue Lang
2018Wax15Three matching beeswax candles , dipped or moulded, displayed erect, ready to burnFirstAndrew Eelbeck
2018Wax15Three matching beeswax candles , dipped or moulded, displayed erect, ready to burnSecondSue Lang
2018Wax16Three matching beeswax candles, rolled, displayed erect, ready to burnFirstSue Lang
2018Cake17One honey fruit cake, as per recipe providedFirstDavid Rice
2018Cake17One honey fruit cake, as per recipe providedSecondMike Jackson
2018Cake17One honey fruit cake, as per recipe providedThirdJenny Mander
2018Cake18One plain honey cake, as per recipe providedFirstNick Hinson
2018Cake18One plain honey cake, as per recipe providedSecondDavid Rice
2018Cake18One plain honey cake, as per recipe providedThirdJenny Mander
2018Cake18One plain honey cake, as per recipe providedVHCSue Lang
2018Fudge19Honey fudge as per recipe provided, eight square pieces on a plateFirstAndrew Eelbeck
2018Fudge19Honey fudge as per recipe provided, eight square pieces on a plateSecondSue Lang
2018Mead20One bottle dry meadFirstTim Abbotts
2018Craft23One item made or produced by the exhibitor, relevant to beekeeping either by its uses or subject, or by being made using beehive produce. Could include, for example: cookery or preserves; skeps; inventions; paintings; cosmetics; needlework; woodwork. Excludes items covered by classes 1-21. Please let us know in advance if your craft entry needs a lot of space, hanging up, or a special displayFirstSue Lang
2018Craft23One item made or produced by the exhibitor, relevant to beekeeping either by its uses or subject, or by being made using beehive produce. Could include, for example: cookery or preserves; skeps; inventions; paintings; cosmetics; needlework; woodwork. Excludes items covered by classes 1-21. Please let us know in advance if your craft entry needs a lot of space, hanging up, or a special displaySecondJenny Mander
2018Craft23One item made or produced by the exhibitor, relevant to beekeeping either by its uses or subject, or by being made using beehive produce. Could include, for example: cookery or preserves; skeps; inventions; paintings; cosmetics; needlework; woodwork. Excludes items covered by classes 1-21. Please let us know in advance if your craft entry needs a lot of space, hanging up, or a special displayThirdAndrew Eelbeck
2018Craft24Photograph taken by Beekeeper, showing any of the following: Honey, beeswax, honeybees, the craft of beekeeping, Beekeeping through the seasons. A4 size maximum, may be mounted or unmounted.FirstSue Lang
2018Novice25Two 1lb jars of clear honey, of any colour but matching. This class can be entered by anyone who has not won a First Prize in a Honey Show judged by BBKA Honey Show Rules.FirstDavid Rice
2018Novice25Two 1lb jars of clear honey, of any colour but matching. This class can be entered by anyone who has not won a First Prize in a Honey Show judged by BBKA Honey Show Rules.SecondNick Hinson
2018Novice26Two 1lb jars of crystallised/set honey, of any type but matching. This class can be entered by anyone who has not won a First Prize in a Honey Show judged by BBKA Honey Show Rules.FirstNick Hinson
2018Children29One jar of honey, any type. Any child up to 16 years on date of Honey Show. Must be the child’s own work, with only-age appropriate assistance given.FirstJessica Sinfield
2018Misc30Composite class. Any 4 from list: Frame of Honey in beeproof case ready for extraction; 1 Jar Light honey; 1 jar Medium Honey ; 1 jar Dark Honey; 1 piece Cut Comb in container with see through lid, Minimum weight 226g (8oz); 1 Candle (Dipped, poured or moulded); 1 piece of Beeswax, between 200 and 255g. Frame of Honey for extraction can be the same as Class 7, all other items must be unique.FirstAndrew Eelbeck

Historical results available: 2015, (no show in 2014), 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010.