Co. Dublin Honey Show 2017 - Entry Form
You can use this form to enter the Co. Dublin honey show up to 6pm on Friday 3rd November - the day before the show.

- Fill in a number for each class that you are entering - no need to mark zero in the classes that you are not entering
- Once you press the 'submit' button at the bottom, your entry is complete. The honey show secretary will send you an email confirming receipt.
- You can pay your entry fee when you bring your exhibits to the Honey Show.
- Labels will be posted to entrants where time allows

If you prefer to use the paper form and send it by post or bring it on the day, you can do that too.

The offline entry form, rules and classes are available online here: http://dublinbees.org

Any queries? Contact John Keogh honeyshow@dublinbees.org, or via 086 2523752.

Email address
Your full name
First name and surname
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Your beekeeping association (if you are a member of one)
Your answer
Your postal address
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Class 1: 24 Jars of light, medium or dark honey of any type
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Class 2: 12 Jars of light, medium or dark honey, as offered for sale
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Class 3: Two jars of light honey
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Class 4: Two jars of medium honey. Heather excluded
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Class 5: Two jars of dark honey. Heather excluded
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Class 6: Two jars of heather honey
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Class 7: Two jars of granulated or creamed honey
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Class 8: Two floral honey sections. Ling free
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Class 9: Two heather honey sections
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Class 10: Two jars of chunk honey
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Class 11: Two containers of cut comb
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Class 12: One frame, suitable for extraction
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Class 13: One cake of beeswax
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Class 14: Five beeswax blocks, matching
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Class 15: Six honey biscuits
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Class 16: One honey cake
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Class 17: One tin or jar of beeswax polish
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Class 18: Three beeswax candles made by moulding
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Class 19: Three beeswax candles made any method other than moulding
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Class 20: One bottle dry mead
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Class 21: One bottle sweet mead
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Class 22: 1 bottle metheglin / melomel / cyser
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Class 23: One photograph (maximum two entries per person)
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Class 24: Display class. Collection of bee products.
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Class 25: Any item related to bees or beekeeping and ineligible for entry in another class.
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Class 26: One covered jar of honey. To be completely covered except cap. Novice class.
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Class 27: One section. Novice class. Open to CDBKA members only
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Class 28: One jar light, medium or dark honey. Novice class. Open to CDBKA members only
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Class 29: Two jars light, medium or dark honey. Open to CDBKA members only
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Class 30: Two containers cut comb. Open to CDBKA members only
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