Cliftonville Flower and Produce Show

A Competition for Locally Grown Food & Produce

  • FREE ENTRY to show
  • There may be a small charge to enter the competitions
  • Date: TBC
  • Time: 12pm – 5pm
  • Fully catered with a licensed bar
  • Fully accessible toilet facilities
  • The top tier of the amphitheatre is wheelchair accessible
  • Please use public transport, bicycles, or come on foot. There is very limited local car parking and charges may apply.
  • Well behaved dogs on a lead are welcome, but not inside marquees with food or inside the bandstand amphitheatre.

Have you ever fancied entering your beautiful home-grown or allotment-grown fruit or veg in a Produce Show? Well now’s your chance! There is also the return of the popular Cliftonville Bake-Off, as well as competitions for jams and pickles, and other home fares, including flower growing and arranging.

You can also sample and browse amongst our terrific range of arts, crafts, food, drink, homewares and lifestyle stalls, both in our large community marquees, as well as at the outside trade stands.

Throughout the day there will be experts on-hand so you can learn how to keep your very own chickens, or even bees, or simply grow some herbs, vegetables and flowers. At the CLIFFtalks marquee there will be a full programme of cookery demonstrations from experienced bakers & cooks, gardeners, and our celebrity chef, all for free!

Simon Bell, Director


All fresh vegetables or fruit should include stalks and/or some leaf to show that they have been freshly harvested.

  • Individual Entries
  • Group Entries
  • Young People’s Group Entries
  • Children’s Entries

Categories may include:

  • Best Fruit or Vegetable – bring up to 5 examples of the same fruit or vegetable you have grown.
  • Best Platter – use a dinner plate, small tray or small chopping board to display a combination of up to 5 different home grown fruit, vegetables, herb and/or edible flowers.
  • Exotic & Heritage Crops – for those who are growing edible plants not typically grown in this country such as citrus plants, chickpeas and pineapples. For heritage varieties of crop please bring details of the species. Bring up to 5 pieces of fruit, herb or vegetable.
  • Wonky Vegetables


Celebrating the skills to continue enjoying your edible crops throughout the year.

  • Categories may include: pickles, pesto, jam, jellies, honey, etc.


  • Categories may include: fruit juices, wine, beer, etc.


Categories may include:

  • Basket of Summer Flowers
  • Cornucopia of Roses
  • How does your Garden Grow? (Cottage Garden)
  • A Bouquet Suitable for an Opera Singer (Vintage)
  • Glamour Love Blooms (Petite Class)
  • Love Bugs & Crazy Daisies (Eco Friendly)


For full details please visit The Great Cliftonville Bake-off