To encourage new exhibitors and membership we have made available the 2017 schedule for downloading and printing.
Members of the National Honey Show will receive their 60 page A5 schedules (or download) as one of the benefits of Membership.
The new schedule will be posted out to members late August 2018 unless you have opted out.
Download Show Schedule [1.6MB PDF]
Tip: We used an A4 spine binder to hold the printed schedule together.
National Honey Show entry forms must be returned, together with the total remittance or pay by BACS and sent to the Entries Secretary, Mrs J Tinsey, 1 Old School Cottages, Etling Green, Dereham, Norfolk. NR20 3EU.
Print and use the postal service
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Download Excel Entry Form [65KB xlsx]
Instructions: To use this work sheet you will need Microsoft Office/Excel installed on your Window PC. Allow the file to be opened in Excel and enable editing. Fill out the form and save to your hard-drive and print the resulting form and send to the Entries Secretary.
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Erratum in the printed schedule.
Class 127 Honey Banana Cake.
Workshop Booking Instructions not included: Anyone wishing to attend a workshop must be a member of the NHS and book online at Booking. No one may attend a workshop unless they have a valid entry ticket to the Show. There will be an £8.00 (£9.00 on the day) non–returnable booking fee per workshop to prevent spaces being booked and not taken up. The system is now fully automated, accepting advance bookings via TicketSource. Bookings will commence on 1st September 2017 and end one week before the start of the workshops. There is a small additional charge for some workshops to cover the cost of materials, see Workshop timetable for details of where additional fees apply. All workshops are scheduled for 2 ½ hours duration. Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the workshop. These workshops are often in demand so places for those not attending promptly will be resold.