CASTLETON & DANBY FLORAL & HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ANNUAL SHOW

TERRIER, LURCHER AND FERRET SHOW.

To be held on the Cricket Field Castleton.

SATURDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER 2015.

Show Field Opens 12 Noon. Tents Open 1pm

Exhibits to be staged by 10-30am.

PRESIDENT :- . Mrs L Chapman

VICE PRESIDENTS :- Mr B Ayton,  Viscountess Downe, Mr H Dixon, Miss A Gaines, Mrs L Hall, Mr R Hall,

Mrs G Jackson, Mr P Jeffels, Mr S Morgan, Mr J F Pacey, Mr P Rudsdale, Mrs E Skidmore, Mr J Trees,

Mr G Warburton, Mrs S Whitton, Mrs D Williamson, Mrs L Raw, Mr Ross,

NEW PRIZE MONEY

COMMITTEE

CHAIRMAN        Mr P Wedgwood

VICE CHAIRMAN              Mr G Thompson

TREASURER                        Mr D Wright

AUDITOR                             Mrs W Underwood

SHOW GROUND MANAGER       Mr G Thompson.

MESSRS :- M Anderson, B Ayton, P Brown, D Cox, G Dale, J Day, M Dooley, M Fitton, G Hepburn, M Houlgate,

R Knowles,  A Liddle, R Mitchell, D Moore, M Rudsdale, P Smithson, G Thompson,  A Watson, P Wedgwood,                  A Williams, C Wright.

MESDAMES :- B Anderson, A Ayton, L Ayton, S Artley, G Ayers, S Cole, A Cook, D Finlayson, S Fitton, J Hepburn,

I Hutchinson, F Knowles, A Liddell, D Liddle, C Moore, C Morgan, L Raw, S Raw, E Skidmore, A Smith,

J Smithson, K Stephens, C Thompson, A Watson,  L Watson, D Wedgwood, S Williams, M Wilson, L Snaith

K Wills,D Wright, P Wright.

SECRETARY         Mrs R Craven, 14 DALE END, DANBY, YO21 2JE.

Email – castletonshow@yahoo.co.uk    Tel :- 01287 660667

ENTRIES TO THE SECRETARY  

  PLEASE NOTE             ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2015.

ADMISSION :- ADULTS £3-00 ( including car park ) OAP £1-50 CHILDREN £1-50

 

GUIDE LINES.

 

1.      The Society shall be called “ The Castleton & Danby Floral & Horticultural Society”.

2.      All articles for exhibition must be numbered for the class in which they are intended to compete, or will not be judged, and must be delivered to the marquee between the hours of 8 and 10-30am on the morning of the day of exhibition. All specimens must remain in the marquee until 4-30pm. Numbers for exhibits will be provided by the Secretary on the morning of the show.

3.      When the class consists of three entries or less an entry shall not be entitled to a prize unless deemed worthy by the judge.

4.      All specimens must be the bona-fida growth of the exhibitor and must have been in his or her possession one month previous to the date of the show.

5.      Any exhibitor attempting to deceive the judges or the committee will forfeit their claim to any prize.

6.      All disputes shall be settled by the committee, whose decision shall be final, and subject to no appeal at law.

7.      The committee will not be responsible for any damage done to any articles submitted for exhibition.

8.      Exhibitors shall provide all articles necessary for the proper display of their exhibition.

9.      All entries in all classes must reach the Secretary not later than the Monday prior to the show, or will not be accepted. Any exhibit in the show not so entered will be disqualified.

10.  All entrance money must be paid at the time of entry or entry will be refused.

11.  All prize money will be paid between 4-30 and 6-00pm on the show day.

12.  All prize money not claimed within 14 days after the show will be forfeited to the society funds.

13.  All accounts to be submitted to and passed by a meeting of the committee not later than two months after the date of the show.

14.  Should any entry contain more or less than the number specified it will be disqualified.

15.  All objections should be made in writing to the secretary during the show accompanied by a fee of 25p, which will be returned if the objection is sustained, otherwise it will go to the society funds.

16.  Participants in events held on the field or course must take due care and attention at all times and have regard to their and others safety, and by participating acknowledge and accept the inherent risks to safety involved.

17.  Entries to the value of £3-00 or over will entitle exhibitors to one free admission ticket.

18.  Handicraft and Photography entries must have been produced in the last two years.

19.  All exhibitors of Cars, Motorcycles and Vintage Engines are required to have appropriate Insurance cover.

20.  Members of the public must take due care and attention at all timed and have regard  to their and others safety and be aware that the venue can be muddy, uneven and slippery depending on the weather conditions.

21.  The committee do not accept any liability for any damage to, or theft of vehicles parked whilst at the show.

 

 

FRUIT & VEGETABLE CLASSES.

Judges :-  Mr & Mrs Maynard

First Prize £1-50, Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p. 

         Entrance Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS.

1.         Six Plums, any variety.

2.         Five Apples, Cooking.

3.         Five Apples, Dessert.

4.         Five Tomatoes.

5.         One Cucumber.

6.         Marrow.

7.         Heaviest Marrow, First Prize Only.

8.         Heaviest Onion, Trimmed or Untrimmed. First Prize Only.

9.         Five Kidney Potatoes.

10.     Five Round Potatoes.

11.     Three Beetroot Long.

12.     Three Beetroot Round.

13.     Six Pods of Peas.

14.     Six Pods of Broad Beans.

15.     Six Runner Beans.

16.     Six French Beans.

17.     Three Carrots.

18.     Three Parsnips.

19.     One Cauliflower. ( To have stalk of 5cms minimum )

20.     One Cabbage, White, Pointed Type. (To have stalk of 5cms minimum).

21.     One Cabbage, White, Drumhead Type. (To have stalk of 5cms minimum).

22.     Two Garden Turnips, Yellow.

23.     Two Garden Turnips, White.

24.     Two Garden Swedes.

25.     Three Onions.

26.     Three Onions, Flat.

27.     Three Onions, Red.

28.     Three Leaks.

29.     One Head of Lettuce.

30.     Six Eschallots, White.

31.     Six Eschallots, Red,

32.     Six Eschallots, Straws.

33.     Six Pickling Eschallots. ( Must pass through a 30mm ring.)

34.     Two Courgettes.

35.     Two Stalks of Rhubarb.

36.     Collection of Vegetables. Two Different, Two of Each.

37.     A Bunch of Herbs.

 

 

 

 

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CLASS

38.          Most unusual shaped fruit or vegetable.

39.          Two onions. Exhibited washed and as grown by girl or boy of school age.

40.          One marrow. Exhibited washed and as grown by girl or boy of school age.

A Prize of £3-00 is given by Mrs C Thompson for the Heaviest Marrow.

A Prize of £3-00 is given by Mrs D Williamson for the Heaviest Onion.

The “BRITISH LEGION CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 36.

The “NATIONAL VEGETABLE SOCIETY MILLENNIUM PLATE given by Mr G Watson will be awarded to the best exhibit in Classes 1-40 excluding 7, 8 & 36.

The “HEAVIEST ONION SHIELD” given by Mr P Gell will be awarded to the winner of Class 8.

The “VERBEKEN CUP” will be awarded to the Exhibitor gaining most points in  Classes  1 – 40. The exhibitor must reside in Castleton, Danby, Westerdale or Commondale. First Prize 3 Points, Second Prize 2 points, Third Prize 1 point.

 

FLOWERS.

Judge  :-  

First Prize £1-50, Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p.   

        Entrance  Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS

41.          Vase of Foliage.

42.          Vase or Bowl of Annuals.

43.          Vase of Herbaceous Perennials, one variety, not more than twelve stems.

44.          Vase of Dahlias, Medium Decorative.  Three  Blooms.

45.          Vase of Dahlias, Coltness. Four Blooms, any colour.

46.          Vase of Dahlias, Cactus or Semi Cactus.  Three  Blooms.

47.          Vase of Dahlias, Pom-Pom.  Four  Blooms.

48.          Vase of Dahlias, Small Decorative. Four Blooms.

49.          Vase or Bowl of Sweet Peas. Twelve Stalks, arranged for effect, fern or gypsophila allowed.

50.          Bonsai Tree.

51.          Vase of Asters. Six Blooms.

52.          Vase of Antirrhinums. Six Blooms.

53.          Vase of African Marigolds. Four Blooms.

 

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CLASS

54.          Three Gladioli.

55.          Three Roses.

56.          Six Pansies.

57.          A Foliage Houseplant.

58.          A Flowering Houseplant.

59.          Vase or Bowl of Mixed Cut Flowers.

60.          Basket of Flowers.

61.          Cactus or Succulent.

62.          Vase or Bowl of Annuals , mixed.

63.          Most Scented Rose.

64.          One Rose.

The  “DUNORLAN CUP” will be awarded to the most outstanding exhibit in the Flower Classes 41 – 64.

The  “GEORGE MEDD MEMORIAL ROSE BOWL will be awarded to the winner of Class 55.

The  “BARRY KNAGGS MEMORIAL TROPHY” will be awarded to the winner of Class 64.

The “FRANCES COCKERILL CUPwill be awarded to the winner of Class 62.

The “ERNEST WATSON CUP”  will  be awarded to the Exhibitor gaining most points in the Horticulture Classes

1 – 64. To be held for one year.        First Prize 3 points, Second Prize 2points, Third Prize 1 point.

 

HANDICRAFTS.

Judge:-  Mrs Hewitt

First Prize £1-50, Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p.     

       Entrance Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS

65.          A Patchwork or Quilted Item.

66.          A Hand Knitted Garment.

67.          A Hand Made Bag.

68.          A Greeting Card.

69.          An Item of Embroidery.

70.          A Complete Cushion.

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CLASS

71.          A Handmade Baby Garment.

72.          A Soft Toy, any medium, not exceeding 76 cms.

73.          An Item made on a sewing machine.

74.          An Item to Commemorate Tour De Yorkshire.

75.          An Item In Wood.

76.          A Lenght of Bunting.

77.          Any other Craft, not listed above. Original work not kit.

78.          A Dressed Doll.

All exhibits to have been completed in the last two years and not previously shown at Castleton Show.

The “STONEHOUSE CUP”  will be awarded to the best exhibit in Classes 65 – 78.

The “DEIDRE MEDD MEMORIAL CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 69.

The “RON EDWARDS TROPHY” will be awarded to the winner of Class 75.

The “CHAIRMANS TROPHY” will be awarded to the winner of Class 66.

ART CLASSES

Judge:-  Mr Adamson

First Prize £1-50, Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p.

     Entrance Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS

79.          A Watercolour.

80.          A Poster to advertise the “VE Day”.

81.          Computer Generated Art.

82.          A Picture in any other medium (including fabric)

83.          A A4 size(Max) advert of Castleton Show 2016, (This will be used next year to advertise the show).

84.          Painting or Drawing, any medium 11 -15 years.

85.          Painting or Drawing, any medium 16 years and over.

All exhibits to have been completed in the last two years and not previously shown at Castleton Show.

 

The “THE STANLEY LYON TROPHY”  will be awarded to the best exhibit in Classes 79 – 85.

 

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DAIRY PRODUCE CLASSES.

Judges :- Mrs B Tindall & Mrs J Wilkinson

First Prize £1-50, Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p.

     Entrance Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS

86.          White Bread made in a 2lb Tin.

87.          Brown Bread made in a 2lb Tin.

88.          Loaf made in a Breadmaker.

89.          Lemon Drizzle Cake.

90.          Gluten Free Chocolate Brownies x4.

91.          6 Bacon and Cheese Scones.

92.          Banana Loaf, no icing.

93.          Ginger Loaf ( made by a gentleman only ).

94.          4 Sausage Rolls.

95.          Ginger Loaf.

96.          4 Chocolate Chip Cookies, by girl or boy up to 16 years. Ages to be shown.

97.          Bakewell Tart.

98.          Carrot Cake, no icing.

99.          4 Decorated Cup Cakes. Theme  Fairy Tale.

100.        Four Eggs.

101.        Jar of Lemon Curd.

102.        Jar of Jam.

103         Jar of Chutney.

104.        4 Decorated Digestive Biscuits by girl or boy under 11 years. Ages to be shown.

The  “THE HOYLE CUP”  will be awarded to the exhibitor gaining most points in the Dairy Produce Classes 86 – 104. To be held for one year.

First Prize 3 points, Second Prize 2 points, Third Prize 1 point.

 

The “G WILLIAMSON CUP”  will be awarded to the winner of Class 104.

The “MARY KNAGGS MEMORIAL TROPHY”  will be awarded to the winner of Class 96.

The “ CASTLETON SHOP CUP CAKE CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 99.

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FLORAL ART.

Judge:- Mrs

Classes 105, 106, 107, 108, 111a.   First Prize £1-50 Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p.

Classes 109, 110, 111.   First Prize £3-00, Second Prize £2-00, Third Prize £1-00p.

Entrance Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS

105.        Gents Buttonhole.

106.        Ladies Spray.

107.        Flower Arrangement in a Spectical Case.

108.        Miniature Arrangement, not to exceed 10cms cube.

109.        Flower Arrangement. “The Witching Hour”. Approx 60 cms table space allowed.

110.        Flower Arrangement. “Twisted, Tangled & Tied”.  Approx 60cms table space allowed.

111.        Flower Arrangement. “ A Glimpse of the Garden”. Approx 60cms table space allowed.

111a.     Flower Arrangement by Child up to 16 years.

The “DOWNE ARMS ROSE BOWL” plus Sunday Lunch for Two at the Downe Arms Inn Castleton will be awarded to the most outstanding exhibit in Classes 105 – 111a.

The “EILEEN LAHR MEMORIAL CUP”  will be awarded to the winner of Class 107.

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES.

Judge:- Mr D Eadington.

First Prize £1-50, Second Prize £1-00, Third Prize 50p.

    Entrance Fee 20p per entry.

CLASS

112.        Photograph, Tour De Yorkshire.

113.        Coloured Print, Scenery.

114.        Coloured Print, Human Interest.

115.        Coloured Print, Animal.

116.        Photograph, Selfie.

117.        Photograph, Weather.

118.        Coloured Print taken by girl or boy under 16 years.

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The “PRIMA HAIR SALON TROPHY” will be awarded to the most outstanding exhibit in Classes 112-118.

The “COMMONDALE CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 118.

The “MICHAEL STAINSBY MEMORIAL CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 113.

 

FOOT SPORTS

Entries taken on the field.                Entrance free.    

           First Prize £1-00, Second Prize 60p, Third Prize 40p.

Prize money for Foot Sports donated by Mr David Liddell.

 

A.      Girls Foot Race 11 – 15 years.     

       B.    Boys Foot Race 11 – 15 years.

C.    Girls Foot Race 8 – 10 years.

D.    Boys Foot Race 8-10 years.

E.    Infant Foot Race 5 – 7 years.

F.    Toddler Race.

G.   Girls Three Legged Race.

H.    Boys Three Legged Race.

I.     Girls Sack Race 11-15 years.

J.     Boys Sack Race 11-15 years.

K.    Girls Sack Race 8 – 10 years.

L.     Boys Sack Race 8 – 10 years.

M.  Infant Sack Race 5- 7 years.

N.   Toddler Egg & Spoon Race.

O.   Adult Three Legged Race.

P.    Wheelbarrow Race 8 – 10 years.

Q.   Wheelbarrow Race 11-15 years.

 

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SCHOOL CHILDREN CLASSES

Judges :-. Miss S Raw & Mrs Dingle

First Prize £1-00, Second Prize 75p, Third Prize 50p     Entrance Fee 10p per entry.

CLASS                   Ages but not names should be stated on every exhibit in the School Childrens Section

119.        Miniature Garden on a tray not exceeding 60 cms x 46 cms.

120.        Assorted Grasses in a Vase.

121.        Decorated Stone. Up to 16 years.

122.        Animal made of Vegetables or Fruit, no more than 5 varieties 8 – 11 years.

123.        Animal made of Vegetables or Fruit, no more than 5 varieties under 8 years.

124.        Handwriting 8-11 years.  – Set piece        

 

                We are the Ancients Egyptians

You really have to admire us.

We built the mighty pyramids.

And we invented papyrus.

 

About three thousand years ago

We were the world’s top nation.

We’ll tell you a bit about ourselves

For your appreciation.

 

We made the giant pyramids

Triangle shaped, not square.

If you go to Egypt now

You can still find them there.             (Paul Perro)

               

125.        Handwriting Under 8 years.  – Set piece                    

 

                Here comes a hedgehog

                Small and round.

Here is the leaf pile

On the ground.

 

In goes the hedgehog

To make his bed

Rolls in the leaves

Then rests his head.                            (Brenda Williams)

 

126.        A Bookmark. Up to 16 years.

127.        Handicraft a model made from scrap materials. Base not more than 50x50 cms. 5-11 years.

128.        Handicraft a model made from scrap materials. Base not more than 50x50 cms. Under school age, family participation.

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129.        Decorated Paper Plate. Under 8 years.

130.        Decorated Paper Plate. 8 – 11 years.

131.        Pre School Painting.

132.        Painting. Under 8 years.

133.        Painting. 8 – 11 years.

134.        Picture in any other medium. Under 8 years.

135.        Picture in any other medium. 8 – 11 years.

136.        Computer Generated Art. Up to 16 years.

137.        A Collage. Under 8 years.

138.        A Collage. 8 – 11 years.

139.        A Poem not to exceed 12 lines.     “ Ancient Egypt “.

140.        A Lego Model, own design. Under 8 Years Old.

141.        A Lego Model, own design. Age 8 to 16 years.

142.        An Edible Necklace. Up to 16 years.

143.        A Hand Knitted Item. Up to 16 years.

144.        A Party Invitation.

145.        A Decorated Rubber Glove. Up to 16 years.

146.        A Playground Scene in a Shoebox. Up to 16 years.

147.        A Birthday Card. Up to 16 years.

148.        A Decorated Wooden Spoon. Up to 16 years.

149.        A Mask. Up to 16 years.

150.        Any Other Craft. Up to 16 years.

151.        A Patchwork Item. Up to 16 years.

152.        A Patchwork Item. 11 years and under.

153.        A Quilted Purse. 11 years and under.

The “CONNIE WATSON TROPHY” will be awarded to the exhibitor with most points in School Children Classes.

The “ARTHUR AGAR CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 119.

The “STONELEIGH CUP” will be awarded to the winner of Class 124.

The “FREER CUP” will be awarded to the most outstanding Painting Exhibit in Classes 131 – 133.

The “CHELSEA ROSE TROPHY”  will be awarded to the winner of Class 122.

VINTAGE ENGINES.

First Prize £3-00, Second Prize £2-00, Third Prize £1-00.

Entrance Fee £1-00.

Rosettes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Prize.

The”GELL TROPHY” in memory of  Mrs Gell will be awarded to the Cleanest Stationary Engine. To Be held for one year.

 

CLASSIC & VINTAGE CARS.

First Prize £3-00, Second Prize £2-00, Third Prize £1-00.

Entrance Fee £1-00.

Rosettes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Prize.

The “S MORGAN TROPHY”  will be awarded to the winner of the Vintage Cars. To be held for one year.

The “DRIVING AMBITION TROPHY” will be awarded to the winner of the Classic Cars. To be held for one year.

 

CLASSIC & VINTAGE MOTORCYCLES.

First Prize £3-00, Second Prize £2-00, Third Prize £1-00.

Entrance Fee £1-00.

Rosettes for 1st,2nd & 3rd Prize.

The “R WATSON TROPHY” will be awarded to the winner of the Classic & Vintage Motorcycles.

 To be held for one year.

 

Prize money in these classes donated by Mrs A Cook, Mr G Thompson & Mr A Williams.

 

ALL ENGINES, CARS & MOTORCYCLES TO BE ON THE SHOWFIELD BY 12 NOON.

ENTRIES TAKEN ON THE SHOWFIELD.

 

ALL EXHIBITORS OF CARS, MOTORCYCLES AND ENGINES ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE APPROPRIATE INSURANCE COVER.

 

 

 

TERRIER SHOW.

Entrance Fee £1-00 per entry.

CLASS

1.       Child Handler.

2.       Lakeland Dog.

3.       Lakeland Bitch.

4.       Jack Russell Rough Dog.

5.       Jack Russell Rough Bitch.

6.       Jack Russell Smooth Dog.

7.       Jack Russell Smooth Bitch.

8.       Under 12” Terrier Dog.

9.       Under 12” Terrier Bitch.

10.   Border Dog.

11.   Border Bitch.

12.   Black Fell Dog.

13.   Black Fell Bitch.

14.   Crossbred Dog.

15.   Crossbred Bitch.

16.   Bedlington Dog.

17.   Bedlington Bitch.

18.   Bedlington Puppy.

19.   Couples.

20.   Veterans Over 7.

21.   Puppies with Milk Teeth.

22.   Puppy ( Rough or Smooth ) Under 12 months.

23.   Champion Terrier.

Trophy for Best in Show plus £10-00                     Reserve Best in Show plus £5-00       

          Trophies to be held for One Year.

 Rosettes for all Class Winners

FERRETS

First Prize £2-00, Second Prize £1-50, Third Prize £1-00 

  Entry Fee £1-00 per entry.

1.       Hob Albino, Adult.

2.       Jill Albino, Adult.

3.       Hob Polecat, Adult.

4.       Jill Polecat, Adult.

5.       Hob A.O.C Adult.

6.       Jill A.O.C Adult.

7.       Hob 2015 Bred, any colour

8.       Jill 2015 Bred, any colour.

 

Classes of less than 3 Ferrets to be amalgamated. Rosettes in each Class to 3rd place. Rosette and Trophy for Best in Show. Trophy to be held for one year.  Prizes kindly donated by Cleveland County Store.

 

FERRET RACING             

Rosettes for !st, 2nd and 3rd place.

Entries for Terriers and Lurchers taken in the ring.

Entries for Ferret Show take on the Showfield from 12 noon.

 Judging starts 1pm prompt.

 

LURCHER CLASSES

Prize Money:- Champion £25-00 Reserve £12-50. Best Pup £12-50 Reserve Pup £5-00.

Entrance Fee £1-00 per entry.

CLASS  - PUPPY UNDER 12 MONTHS.

1.      Rough Dog / Bitch.

2.      Smooth Dog / Bitch.

CLASS – LURCHER OVER 12 MONTHS.  Under 23 inch

3.      Rough Dog.

4.      Rough Bitch.

5.      Smooth Dog.

6.      Smooth Bitch.

CLASS  - LURCHER OVER 12 MONTHS. Over 23 inch

7.      Rough Dog

8.      Rough Bitch.

9.      Smooth Dog.

10.  Smooth Bitch.

11.  Bull Cross Dog

12.  Bull Cross Bitch.

CLASS – MISC LURCHER CLASSES.

13.  Veteran Lurcher (7 years or over )

14.  Best Pair of Lurchers.

15.  Pure Breed.

Champion Lurcher :- Classes 1, 2, 13, 14 & 15 are not eligible for Championship.

Classes may be amalgamated.

  Entries taken on Showfield from 12 noon.

 

 

 

FANCY DRESS UP TO 11 YEARS.

First Prize £1-50,  Second Prize £1-00,  Third Prize 50p.

TheHARRY WILLIAMSON CUP”  will be awarded to the winner of the Fancy Dress.

PARENT AND CHILD FANCY DRESS

First Prize £1-50,  Second Prize £1-00,  Third Prize 50p.

CROSS COUNTRY RACE. Open to Girls & Boys

Under 11 years

Under 14 years.

14 to 18 years.

 

ALL RUNNERS WILL BE REWARDED WITH A MEDAL

Entrance Fee 50p.

The “LLOYD TROPHY” will be awarded to the winner of the under 11 years group.

The “CASTELTON SHOW CROSS COUNTRY TROPHY”  will be awarded to the winner of the under 14 years group.

The “MICHAEL DEE TROPHY” will be awarded to the winning boy                 14 - 18 years.

The “CYNTHIA DEE TROPHY”  will be awarded to the winning girl  14 - 18 years.

SHOW AFTER PARTY - HELD ON BEHALF OF CASTLETON CRICKET CLUB

BAR From 12 NOON - BBQ FROM 4PM – 9PM

LIVE MUSIC FROM 7PM FROM

3 FOOT NINJA

&

FOREVER SUNDAY

TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR

£5 ADULTS - £2.50 UNDER 14

 FROM

Andrew Watson –@ awatson86@yahoo.co.uk,

& Eskdale Inn

Tickets will also be sold on the door.

 

DOGS MUST BE KEPT ON LEADS

 

SUNDAY LUNCH FOR TWO AT THE ESKDALE HOTEL CASTLETON

PLUS THE “DOLFAIR CUP”

AWARDED FOR THE MOST POINTS IN THE SHOW

 

SHOW ATTRACTIONS.

CRAFT  STALLS

TOMBOLA & RAFFLE (Proceeds to be donated to Whitby Air Cadets)

ESKULELES.

CASTLETON SHOW RUN.

CLASSIC & VINTAGE CARS & MOTORCYCLES.

VINTAGE ENGINES.

MOTORCYCLE TRIALS DISPLAY.

MINI FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT (14 years & under )

TUG OF WAR.

ARCHERY.

BIRDS OF PREY DISPLAY.

 

TERRIER & LURCHER SHOW.

FERRET SHOW.

FANCY DRESS.

 

Refreshments on the show field at reasonable cost.

DISABLED ACCESS & PARKING AVAILABLE.