ENTRY FEE – 25p EACH ENTRY
PRIZES-1st £3 2nd £2 3rd £1

LIST OF CLASSES

Class RUGS, KNITTING etc. (HAND KNIT)

1) ARTICLE IN FELL WOOL
2) A HAND MADE RUG
3) KNITTED GARMENT
4) KNITTED GARMENT FOR A BABY
5) ARTICLE IN DOUBLE KNITTING
6) KNITTED ARTICLE IN 3 OR 4 PLY
7) A CROCHET ARTICLE IN WOOL
8) ARTICLE IN FELTWORK
9) KNITTED TEDDY – ‘TEDDIES FOR TRAGEDIES’ – To be donated to Whitehaven A&E Dept

NEEDLEWORK

10) A PICTURE FRAMED IN NEEDLEWORK – to be hung
11) A WALL HANGING
12) AN ARTICLE OF CLOTHING
13) EMBROIDERED ARTICLE NOT OTHERWISE MENTIONED
14) A LENGTH OF BUNTING
15) A PEG BAG
16) SOFT TOY (not knitted)
17) AN APRON
18) FILLED CUSHION WITH HOMEMADE COVER
19) CHRISTMAS DECORATION

MISCELLANEOUS

20) MONEY BOX
21) A CUMBRIAN SOUVENIR
22) VINTAGE TOY
23) A LIMERICK – TITLE – GLOBAL WARMING
24) A HOME MADE UPCYCLED ITEM
25) A PENCIL DRAWING – mounted
26) PICTURE IN WATER COLOUR – able to be hung
27) PICTURE IN ANY OTHER MEDIUM – able to be hung

PHOTOGRAPHS – COLOURED (unless otherwise stated)

(Not exceeding 7” x 5” or panoramic 11” x 5”and no frames or mounts excluding class 31)
28) WILDLIFE
29) PHOTOGRAPH – with amusing caption
30) MACHINERY
31) BONNY BABY PHOTOGRAPH – PRE 1960

FLOWERS & GARDEN VEGETABLES

32) A CAKE TOPPER (FOR AN 8” CAKE)
33) ARRANGEMENT – “AT THE MOVIES” – Max Width 20” (accessories allowed)
34) ARRANGEMENT – “HARVEST TIME” – Max width 20” (accessories allowed)
35) ONE ROSE
36) MIXED GARDEN FLOWERS IN A JUG
37) FOUR SINGLE STEMS – one variety garden flowers
38) BUNCH OF HERBS – in a jam jar
39) HOUSE PLANT
40) 6 RUNNER BEANS – Prizes kindly donated by County Fruit Store
41) 3 BEETROOT – Prizes kindly donated by County Fruit Store
42) 3 COURGETTES – Prizes kindly donated by County Fruit Store

BREAD, CAKES etc.

Bread classes 43 & 44 to be made in an automatic bread maker

43) LOAF (any plain or specialty) from white bread maker flour
44) LOAF (any plain or specialty) from brown bread maker flour
45) SMALL WHITE LOAF – ANY FLOUR
46) BROWN COB – ANY FLOUR
47) ½ lb. BUTTER
48) SIX WHITE OR COLOURED HEN EGGS
49) TEA BREAD
50) THREE PLAIN SCONES
51) THREE SAVOURY SCONES
52) LIGHT FRUIT CAKE
53) THREE PIECES OF GINGERBREAD
54) PLAIN VICTORIA SPONGE (baked in one tin and uncut)
55) DARK FRUIT CAKE – £4, £3, £2, prizes given by Mrs N Fearon
56) FOUR PIECES OF CAKE USING ONE VARIETY OF VEGETABLE
57) CHOCOLATE CAKE – FILLED AND NOT ICED (baked in ONE tin)
58) CELEBRATION CAKE
59) COFFEE SWISS ROLL
60) THREE BUTTERFLY BUNS
61) THREE VIENNESE FINGERS
62) THREE PIECES TRAYBAKE – not oven baked
63) THREE ITEMS FOR AFTERNOON TEA ON A TEAPLATE
64) APPLE PLATE CAKE
65) THREE PIECES OF CURRANT CAKE
66) A ROUND OF SHORTBREAD

JAMS, SWEETS AND SAVOURIES

67) 6” PIZZA
68) FLASK OF SOUP
69) BACON & EGG PIE ON A SAUCER
70) PAVLOVA
71) INDIVIDUAL DESSERT IN A GLASS
72) A FAVOURITE SWEET – not otherwise mentioned
73) JAR OF STRAWBERRY JAM
74) JAR OF JELLY
75) JAR OF RASPBERRY JAM
76) JAR OF MARMALADE
77) JAR OF BLACKCURRANT JAM
78) ANY OTHER JAM
79) GLASS JAR OF LEMON CURD
80) RUM BUTTER
81) 6 PIECES OF FUDGE
82) JELLY BEETROOT
83) CHUTNEY
84) A SUMMER DRINK IN A GLASS JUG
85) HOMEMADE FRUIT OR VEG LIQUEUR – £10 Ist prize kindly donated by Shills
86) PLAIN WALKING STICK
87) DECORATIVE WALKING STICK

THERE WILL BE AN EXHIBITION OF OLD PHOTOS OF
LOCAL INTEREST AND ANY OFFERS OF PHOTOS TO
DISPLAY WILL BE VERY WELCOME
NOT FOR COMPETITION

CHILDREN’S CLASSES

Entries Free. Prizes 1st £1.50 2nd £1.00 3rd 75p 4th 50p
All children’s entries to show age on show day on front and name on the back. Late entries will be accepted. A small treat for each child that enters will be given by Mrs M Mawson.

CLASS
PRE-SCHOOL & RECEPTION
1) FINGER PAINTING – A4 SIZE

YEAR 1 & 2
2) DECORATED PAPER PLATE
3) DECORATED WOODEN SPOON
4) 2 LINES OF – JACK & JILL
5) HAND DRAWN COLOURED PICTURE OF MY PET

YEAR 3 TO 6
6) HAND DRAWN COLOURED PICTURE OF AN IMAGINARY CREATURE
7) A HOLIDAY POSTCARD
8) A COMPUTER DESIGNED BOOK COVER
9) THREE DECORATED DIGESTIVE BISCUITS

YEAR 7 TO 10
10) A HANDMADE FACE MASK
11) PICK UP AND BRING “CAP OR HAT”
12) A COMPUTER DESIGNED POSTER PROMOTING HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
13) OPEN SANDWICH

THE “MILDRED CHAMBERLAIN” CHALLENGE CUP will be awarded to the exhibitor gaining most points in the Industrial Section. 1st prize 3 pts. 2nd 2 pts. 3rd 1 pt.
The Todd Family will give a prize to WINNER OF MOST POINTS in classes 1 to 85. Special prize to runner up given by Mrs B Mansergh
Mrs M Vickers will give £2 to the winner of most points in classes 1 to 19.
THE MISS M HOPE CUP for the best exhibit in Knitting, £2 to runner up given by
Mrs L Norman.
THE “MISS STEELE CUP” will be awarded for the best exhibit in Needlework – £2 to runner up given by Mrs M Graham.
THE MARGARET NORMAN TROPHY will be awarded for the most points in classes 73 TO 85
THE PAM McCREE TROPHY to be awarded for the best Dark Fruit Cake.
THE JOSE NORMAN TROPHY will be awarded for most points in classes 52 to 66.
THE PALACE HOW TROPHY will be awarded for best exhibit in classes 35 to 39.
THE MARY TYSON MEMORIAL CUP awarded to winner of class 34.
A TROPHY in memory of Mrs Jilly Hall will be awarded for most points in flower arranging.
A SPECIAL PRIZE given by THE SILVER BEADED NEEDLE for the best exhibit in Needlework
THE LORTON SCHOOL CUP will be awarded to winner of most points in Children’s Classes
THE NEW HOUSE FARM CUP will be awarded for most points in Children’s classes 1 to 5
Mrs L Meadley will give a prize for the winner of the pre-school & reception class, Mrs P Walker will give a prize for the winner of the children’s class Year 1 & 2 and Year 3 to 6, Mrs C Armstrong will give a prize to the winner of the Year 7 to 10 group.
THE JULIE SCOTT TROPHY will be awarded for the most points in the jam section classes 73 to 79.

(ALL TROPHIES HELD FOR ONE YEAR AND RETURNED BEFORE, OR ON SHOW DAY BY ARRANGEMENT WITH THE SECRETARY)