22 New! Paper crown: Early Years and Key Stage 1 (up to age 7). See instructions above.
23 New! Paper crown: Key Stage 2 (age 7 to 11). See instructions above.
24 New! Design a fairy tale home. See instructions above. Open to any age 15 and under.
25 New! 3 Homemade jam tarts on a plate: Key Stage 2 and under.
Section 5 – Arts & Crafts
Must be your own work and not from a kit. Crafts can be anything you have made or produced, such as woodwork, knitting, jewellery etc. Max size: 46cm x 46cm (18” x 18”). If under 16, please state age. Please give details of your entry on the separate forms above.
26Paintings and drawings.
27New! Hard Crafts.
28 New! Soft Crafts.
Terms and conditions
Entry fee is 25p for each entry. Children's Section 4 is free entry.
Competitors may submit ONE entry per class.
Children may enter any adult class for free.
Classes may be amalgamated at the judges’ discretion.
Entries to be submitted at the Produce Marquee on the morning of the Village Day between 9.30am and 11am (to allow time for judging).
Certificates and prizes will be awarded to the first 3 places in each class.
1st place in each class will go forward to Best in Section, the winner receiving a prize and certificate.
The winner of each section will go forward to Best in Show, the winner receiving a prize, certificate and trophy, and the runner up a prize and certificate.
Judges decision is final.
The produce show will open to the public at 1pm.
Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show and Best in Sections prize giving will be at 3.30pm in the main arena.
Class prizes to be collected from the produce tent once open.
Entries only to be collected between 4pm & 5pm. After 5pm they will be given away.
Best in Show 2018: Sam Harris for his homemade biscuits in the Children's Section (class 25)
Reserve Best in Show 2018: Yasmin Wahid receiving her prize for her homemade bread (class 18)