The Milton Leadley Cup will be presented to the Infant child gaining most points in his or her own age group 5-7 years
The Ernest Wiseman Salver will be presented to the Lower Junior child gaining the most points in his or her own age group 8-9 years
The Eleanor Marley Cup will be presented to the Upper Junior child gaining the most points in his or her own age group 10-11 years
The Michael Foster Cup will be presented to the Senior child gaining the most points in his or her own age group 12-16 years
The George Shippey Cups will be presented to a boy and girl, who in the opinion of the judges have put in the most effort
The Fay Hill Cup for Handwriting will be presented to the best exhibit in Classes –Classes 21 to 24.
Points will be awarded in each of the Classes 1 – 28
1st – 5 points 2nd – 3 points 3rd – 1 point
Prizes : 1st £2.00 2nd £1.50 3rd £1.00 – NO ENTRY FEE
Boys and Girls are eligible for all classes
Judging begins at 10.00 a.m
N.B. All competitors must be responsible for the collection of their exhibits between 4.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. from the Show tent.
The cups will be presented in the show tent at about 4.00 p.m.
Results will be displayed in the tent during the afternoon
Prize money will be distributed after the presentation of the cups
Age as on 31 August 2012
MANY OF THIS YEAR’S CLASSES REFLECT QUEEN ELIZABETH 2’S DIAMOND JUBILEE AND THE 2012 UK OLYMPICS
Class 1 Age 5–7 years 6 decorated homemade biscuits
Class 2 Age 8–9 years Decorated cupcakes – 6 or more
Class 3 Age 10-11 years A celebration cake
Class 4 Age 12–16 years A celebration meal with at least 3 dishes. Menu to be included
Class 5 Age 5–7 years A fancy pin cushion
Class 6 Age 8–9 years A soft toy
Class 7 Age 10–11 years A stitched picture
Class 8 Age 12–16 years ‘Celebrate’ – your own interpretation hand or machine stitched.
Any shape & size
Class 9 Age 5-7 years A model mainly using cardboard boxes
Class 10 Age 8–9 years A model mainly using cylinders
Class 11 Age 10–11 years Any model which moves
Class 12 Age 12–16 years People and/or animals with moving limbs
Class 13 Age 5-7 years A design of fresh or dried flowers on a dish
Class 14 Age 8–9 years A flower arrangement in an unusual container
Class 15 Age 10-11 years The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee or 2012 Olympics Garden
Class 16 Age 12-16 years ‘Celebration’ – an arrangement of natural materials. Accessories
may be used.
ART – All entries can be in any media, size & shape but NOT computerised
Class 17 Age 5-7 years My best day out
Class 18 Age 8-9 years A party
Class 19 Age 10-11 years Memories of 2012
Class 20 Age 12-16 years A sport’s event of the future
HANDWRITING – May be illustrated and/or illuminated
Class 21 Age 5-7 years A poem or rhyme about a day out – at least 4 lines
Class 22 Age 8-9 years A poem or rhyme bout a party – at least 6 lines
Class 23 Age 10-11 years A poem or piece of prose about a celebration – at least 8 lines
Class 24 Age 12-16 years A poem or piece of prose about a great event – at least 12 lines
The Fay Hill Cup for Handwriting will be awarded to the Best Exhibit in Classes 21 to 24
Class 25 Age 5-7 years My best day out
Class 26 Age 8-9 years A party to be remembered
Class 27 Age 10-11 years My most memorable events during 2012
Class 28 Age 12-16 years The events I would most like to see in 2012
ALL CREATIVE WRITING should be sent to the Secretary by MONDAY 9 JULY 2012 for judging
Class 29 Any knitted article
Class 30 Any piece of crochet work
Class 31 Any article in wood
Class 32 Any article in metal – including jewellery
Class 33 Any piece of pottery – thrown or hand built
Class 34 Any piece of embroidery – wool, silk, cotton, etc.
Class 35 Any computer creation
Class 36 ‘Celebrate’ – your own interpretation – any media, style or size
Class 37 Decorated wooden spoons – at least 2
Class 38 Design a poster – any size, shape and media
Class 39 Write a poem about the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and/or the 2012 Olympics
Class 40 A photograph taken by the Exhibitor featuring a sport’s event or celebration – mounted for display
Ryedale Show Catalogue Cover competition – to design a cover for 2013 catalogue cover.
N.B. This class is to be judged on Show day, and the overall winner will have his/her entry printed on the 2013 Catalogue cover
First Prize £20.00, Second Prize £10.00, Third Prize £5.00 to be given in the form of book tokens
There are to be two sections – Primary and Secondary and the schools, which the winners attend, will each receive £25.00
Prize Money kindly donated by BestPrint & Design, Malton
All cover designs must be on A4 size paper (21cm x 29.5cm) and be vertical. The words “Ryedale Show” and the date need not be included, as the printer puts these in. The cover competition is open to the children living in Helmsley, Kirkbymoorside, Pickering and outlying areas. Please telephone if you are in doubt about qualifying.
The winning cover for the 2012 catalogue was designed by Sabrina Coultas of Sinnington..
ALL THE WORK MUST BE THAT OF THE CHILD WITH VERY LITTLE ADULT HELP
Any queries about the Children’s Section should be made to the Children’s Section Secretary: Mrs B. Hughes, Bungalow Farm, South Moor, Dalby, Pickering, YO18 7LW. Telephone Number : 01751 460291.
CLOSING DATE FOR ENTRIES IS MONDAY 9 JULY 2012. THE DATE OF THE SHOW IS 31 JULY 2012.
Secretary : Mrs Margaret Smith (General Secretary)
Croftburn, Maltongate, Thornton-le-Dale
Tel: 01751 476876
W.I’s taking part are members in the Ryedale Area
Tent Open 12.30 p.m.
Trophies presented at 4.00 p.m.
CRAFT DEMONSTRATIONS, TOMBOLA, COUNTRY MARKETS,
Silver Salver – W.I. Display
Marion Saas Rose Bowl – Preserves
Mrs John Shaw Cup – Co-operative effort
Anniversary Cup – Produce
Harrison Cup – Handcrafts
Dora Helliwell Cup – Art or Photography
Ryedale Challenge Cup – W.I. gaining most points in W.I. section