MUST be children’s OWN effort Please state age and class on entry slip PRE-SCHOOL 81. A bookmark 82. Cress in an egg cup 83. A decorated rich-tea biscuit 84. An item made from salt dough
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PRIMARY 1-4 85. A bookmark 86. Plant grown from a seed 87. A crispie cake in cupcake case 88. A handmade birthday card
PRIMARY 5-7 89. A decorated plant pot 90. An item made from salt dough 91. Any item of baking 92. Handwriting - verse supplied
SECONDARY SCHOOL CLASS 93. A key ring 94. A kite 95. Any item of baking 96. Handwriting - verse supplied Children may also enter any of the classes in the Garden, Baking, Craft and Crofting and Fishing Sections. This will be 50p per class.
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More information for the following classes can be found on the website
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Bakewell Tart Handwriting Navigation Handwriting Handwriting
These competitions are open to people residing in any district. Competitors must enter exhibits from OWN garden/croft/boat or be made by their OWN hand or risk disqualification. No tinned or packet mixes to be used. Competitors are restricted to a maximum of 30 classes over the four Open Sections (Garden, Baking, Craft, Croft and Fishing) and not more than one entry per class. The word ‘local’ in the schedule refers to Barra and Vatersay. All exhibits should be handed in on Friday 31st August between 6.30pm and 8.30pm or on Saturday 1st September between 8.30am and 10.00am. Judging commences at 10.30am. Once an entry has been made it cannot be changed. Competitors must supply OWN VASE (the use of jam jars are acceptable) and supply OWN PAPER PLATES as well. All exhibits should be accompanied with an entry slip marked with class number and containing name and address of entrant to be handed in with exhibit. Where applicable, slips to be attached to jars with elastic bands and pinned firmly to cakes or plates. No entry money refunded for articles which have been entered but which are not exhibited. In all matters, the decision of the Judges shall be final and no protest will be entertained. ALL ARTICLES ON SHOW NOT INTENDED FOR SALE MUST BE CLEARLY MARKED “NOT FOR SALE”. The owners of these exhibits are requested to remove them just the after the presentation of prizes and before sale. THE COMMITTEE WILL NOT ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY IN THE EVENT OF LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY EXHIBITS.
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Barra and Vatersay Island Produce Show and Sale
Castlebay Community Hall Saturday, 1 September 2012 Doors open: 2.00pm Presentation of Prizes: 3.00pm Auction & Sale after the presentation. Admission to Show Adults: Schoolchildren:
Teas and Homebaking
Entry Each exhibit: 50p Children’s Section: FREE (Each child that enters will also received a free healthy snack)
Show Contact: Sarah MacLean T: 01871 810 634 F: 01871 810 047 E: email@example.com Become a friend Visit www.produceshow.org.uk
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CROFT AND FISHING SECTION
Co-chomunn Bharraidh Salver
Katie Dewar Baking Award
Sarah’s Office Quaich
One Cabbage One Lettuce Six Pods of Peas or Beans Three Beetroots Three Carrots Three White Onions Three Red Onions Four White Potatoes Four Coloured Potatoes Four varieties of Veg - Displayed One Heaviest Potato Any Other Vegetable One Single Variety of Fruit One Vase - Selection of Herbs Four Tomatoes One Vase Garden Flowers One Houseplant One Floral Table Arrangement
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Four Plain Scones Four Scottish Pancakes One Tea Loaf (any variety) One Fruit Cake (any variety) 1/4 Clootie Dumpling One Sponge One Gingerbread One Loaf of Homemade Bread One Loaf of Machine-made Bread Three Pieces of Tray Bake Three Pieces of Tray Bake (No-Bake) Three Pieces of Shortbread Six Homemade Truffles Three Savoury Biscuits Three Oatcakes
One Apple Pie with Homemade Pastry One Cheese and Onion Quiche with Homemade Pastry
(Flowers may be bought)
One Bowl - Home-Grown Salad One Oddest Shaped Vegetable
One Decorated Cake (max size 9”, only decoration judged) Bakewell Tart (recipe to be followed is on website) An Afternoon Tea Plate (presented)
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Handmade Greetings Card One Hat Made of Wool or Wool Type Fibre Any other item Made of Wool or Wool Type Fibre One Pair of Knitted Socks Knitted or Crocheted Scarf A Handbag A Stitched Bookmark An item of Jewellery A Corsage Made of Fabric Item Made of Wood A Felted Item A Needle Case A Cushion Cover A Hand Stitched Picture One Useful Item For the Kitchen A Toilet Roll Cover One Picture - Drawn/Painted Handwriting - Verse on Website An Item of Pottery A Collage
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Best In Show
Macneil and Mrs Macneil of Barra Champion Shield
Sponsored by Hector MacNeil Coaches
The person with the most points overall (out of the Garden, Baking, Craft and Crofting & Fishing Sections)
Judges will choose best exhibit in the Garden, Baking, Craft and Croft and Fishing Sections and these 4 exhibits will compete for the Best In Show Trophy.
One Sample of Navigation (see website)
One Vegetable Sculpture
Please note photos are to be no bigger than 13cm x 18cm (5” x 7”)
Supreme Show Trophies
Six Free Range Eggs (any variety) One Jar of Chutney One Jar of Jam One Jar of Curd One Item Any Other Croft Produce Six Local Shellfish - Any Variety One Dish of Carrageen - Cooked One Fish Lure One Knot - Any Type, Labelled Item Made from Rope/Cord
One Photo “An Island View” One Photo “Stormy Sea” One Photo “Action Shot” One Photo with Caption One Item made from Lego (base to fit on A5 paper) One Item Recycled or Repaired One Item found when Beachcombing One Box Local Island Produce (may include flowers, vegetables, fruit, craft and homemade items as well as croft and fishing items – all items must be competitors own efforts boxes must be no larger than 42cm x 36cm)
Junior Achievement Award The highest scoring under 18 in each of the open sections will win the Junior Achievement Rosette.