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					President: CLIVE BOWDEN, Esq
Hon. Life Vice-Presidents: Mrs. P. Bell, Dr. C. A. Biscoe, P. J. Brown, Esq., W. B. Buckingham, Esq., Mrs. J. Gluyas, B. Martin, Esq., Miss K. Mead, C. Opie, Esq., E. H. Opie, Esq., Mrs. H. M. Roskilly, L. Roskilly, Esq., T. K. Plummer, Esq., Mrs. K. Tremayne, W. Tremayne, Esq.

Annual Show
Monday, 13th July, 2009

RABBIT SECTION
Section Secretary: Mrs. J. SMALLEY
15 Borgwitha, Fourlanes, Redruth Tel: 01209 212642

St. Stythians Band
in attendance throughout the day

Grand Evening Concert
in the Marquee at 8.00 p.m. by

St. Stythians Band
(Musical Director: James Burns, Esq) &

Cornwall Boys Choir
(Musical Director: Mrs Angela Renshaw)

Chairman: Rev. Aubyn De Gruchy

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE A SCHEDULE FOR ONE OF THE OTHER SECTIONS, PLEASE RING:–

Cage Birds Cattle Dogs Dog Agility Domestic Goats Horses Horticulture Pigeons Poultry Rabbits Sheep Y.F.C.

01209 860148 01872 864731 01209 217521 01736 850659 01209 860198 01208 832675 01872 561172 01872 560609
(Daytime)

01209 212903
(Evenings)

01208 72368 01637 839218 01209 212642 01209 860235 01872 510275

Stithians Agricultural Association Health and Safety Policy
Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974
General statement of policy: We commit to operating the Association in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and all applicable Regulations and Legislation made under the Act ‘So far as is reasonably practicable’. Our policy is to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions, equipment and systems of work for all our employees, volunteers and the general public, and to provide such information, training and supervision as they need for this purpose. We also accept our responsibility for the health and safety of other people who may be affected by our activities. The Association encourages family participation and therefore acknowledges the increased risks to young and/or inexperienced volunteers. The Executive Committee acknowledge that Health and Safety responsibilities within the Association are of equal importance as other priorities. Although the Executive Committee accept responsibility for the implementation of this policy, it relies on individual employees/volunteers to accept their own duty and responsibility to themselves, fellow workers and others who might be injured/affected by their acts or omissions. The allocation of duties for safety matters and the particular arrangements that we will make to implement the policy are set out below. The policy will be kept up to date, particularly if the Association’s activities change in nature and size. To ensure this, the policy and the way in which it has operated will be monitored and reviewed every year or more frequently if required. Agreed by the Executive Committee on: 26th January, 2009 Signed by the Chairman: M. G. Angove Dated: 26th January, 2009

SAFETY INFORMATION AND GUIDANCE
All Exhibitors must comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and all relevant Regulations and Guidance, Animal exhibitors must also comply with the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and any relevant codes of practice, guidance, etc. provided by the relevant governing body organisations

SHOW SECURITY The Association’s official security contractors will be on duty nightly 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. from Monday before the Show and then continuously from 2 p.m. on the Sunday until 7 a.m. on the Tuesday after the Show.

FIRE SAFETY All catering outlets or trade stands must risk assess and provide for effective primary fire fighting facilities where any potential ignition sources are present. As a minimum, all premises/mobile vehicles/trade stands undertaking shallow or deep fat frying must provide an adequate number of suitable, approved, fire blankets, to be located in positions not compromised by the likely ignition sources. At any of these sites where any mains powered electrical equipment is used or where a mains power supply links to the outlet, provision should be made for suitable currently maintained electrically compatible fire extinguishers (carbon dioxide or dry powder) in addition to any requirement for ordinary water extinguishers.

GAS SAFETY Any fixed installation gas equipment (cookers, pipe work, valves etc) within catering units should comply with the provisions of the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998. Proof of this through certification or preventative maintenance paperwork/invoices etc should be available for inspection on the day by the District Council’s Health and Safety Inspector. If you have any doubts about the ability of your catering outlet or equipment to comply with this, I would strongly recommend that you take advice from a Gas Safe Registered engineer to ensure compliance before the unit or equipment is brought on site. Note: Gas Safe Register will replace CORGI gas registration in Great Britain on 1 April 2009. It will be the official industry stamp for gas safety. (Go to https://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/ for more information)

PORTABLE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SAFETY All portable electrical equipment brought on site by stalls/catering outlets/trade stands should be safe and suitable for its intended use. Low risk, double insulated non earthed equipment (e.g. plastic outer construction – computers/jug kettles etc) need only have a visual inspection to ensure absence of damage to the equipment, its power supply and plug and to ensure adequate plug connections and correct fuse ratings. Any electrical equipment with an earth lead, especially equipment with conductive/metal outer casings should have been checked by a competent person (e.g. qualified electrician) within the last year. Any documentation to confirm this latter point should be brought on site with the appliance.

SHOWGROUND TRAFFIC All on showground traffic must give priority to pedestrians and riders and strictly observe speed restrictions at times when such movement is permitted. Please note that no unauthorised movement of vehicles is permitted on the showground between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on show day.

MAJOR INCIDENT PLANNING (SITE EVACUATION) In the event of a major incident where it is necessary to evacuate the site, in accordance with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, please follow all signs and instructions from the Organisers and Emergency Services. ALL people will be requested to evacuate the site, until it is deemed safe to return. The Association accepts no responsibility for any property or livestock or any person or persons who fail to comply with the request to evacuate the showground.

Public Liability Insurance – Whilst the Association has public liability cover in place for its own protection, this insurance does not provide for competitors or any liability which they incur. Our insurers strongly recommend that all competitors have in place their own insurance cover.

3/2009

Rabbit Section
Adult & Three Star Rabbit Show U/5
(Under B.R.C. Rules) Hon. Secretary: Mrs. J. Smalley, 15 Borgwitha, Fourlanes, Redruth Tel: 01209 212642 Entries Close 13th June, at 10 p.m. (For Catalogue) Entries Close 27th June at 10 p.m. Judge: Mr. B. ROBERTS Entry Fee: Block Entry £2.50 First Rabbit — £2.00 Second. Same Breed Class 25p Levy GUARANTEED PRIZE MONEY 1st £2.00 2nd £1.00 3rd 50p DUPLICATE CLASSES — 1st 50p, 2nd 30p, 3rd 20p 100 x 3 STAR B.R.C. CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES Rosettes B.I.S., Best Fancy, Best Fur, Best Rex, Best Junior and many others. Trophy for B.I.S. Breeder and Junior Breeder. Many Perpetual Cups and Trophies All Stock to be penned by 9 a.m. Judging: 9.30 a.m. RULES
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. All Rabbits must be penned by 9 a.m. on day of Show. Exhibits shall not be removed before 5 p.m. Any Protest MUST be in writing and accompanied by a deposit of £1.00 delivered to the Secretary before 2 p.m. on the day of the Show. All Cheques and Postal Orders must be made payable to Stithians Agricultural Association. Entries to the value of £4.50 or more qualify for a Free Admission Ticket. The Association reserves the right to publish names and addresses of all exhibitors in any competitive competition. NO Pet Rabbits for Sale, only BRC ones.

PROVISIONA

AL 2009

CLASSIFICATION FANCY CLASSES ADULT
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. Silver Fawn Silver A.O.C. English Black/Blue English A.O.C. Himalayan Black/Blue Himalayan A.O.C. Dutch Black Dutch Blue Dutch Steel Dutch B/Grey Dutch A.O.C. Dutch Chall ** Tan Black Tan A.O.C. Poles White Poles A.O.C. Lionheads White Lionheads A.O.C. Harlequin N/Dwarf R.E.W. N/Dwarf Agouti/Chin N/Dwarf M/Sable N/Dwarf S/Sable N/Dwarf M/Smoke N/Dwarf S/Smoke N/Dwarf A.O.C. N/Dwarf Chall** A.O.V. Fancy Fancy Challenge

U/5
90. Silver Fawn 91. Silver A.O.C. 92. English Black/Blue 93. English A.O.C. 94. Himalayan Black/Blue 95. Himalayan A.O.C. 96. Dutch Black 97. Dutch Blue 98. Dutch Steel 99. Dutch B/Grey 100. Dutch A.O.C. 101. Dutch Chall** 102. Tan Black 103. Tan A.O.C. 104. Poles White 105. Poles A.O.C. 106. Lionheads White 107. Lionheads A.O.C. 108. Harlequin 109. N/Dwarf R.E.W. 110. N/Dwarf Agouti/Chin 111. N/Dwarf M/Sable 112. N/Dwarf S/Sable 113. N/Dwarf M/Smoke 114. N/Dwarf S/Smoke 115. N/Dwarf A.O.C. 116. N/Dwarf Chall** 117. A.O.V. Fancy 118. Fancy Challenge **DENOTES NO PRIZE MONEY

LOP CLASSES
30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. D/Lop R.E.W. AD D/Lop Sooty Fawn D/Lop Agouti/Chin D/Lop Butterfly D/Lop Orange Fawn D/Lop Self D/Lop A.O.C. French Lop Agouti/Chin French Lop Steel French Lop Butterfly French Lop Self French Lop A.O.C. Mini Lop R.E.W. Mini Lop Agouti/Chin Mini Lop Sooty Fawn Mini Lop Self Mini Lop A.O.C. German Lop White German Lop Agouti/Chin German Lop Butterfly German Lop Orange/Fawn Lop A.O.V. Lop Challenge 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. D/Lop R.E.W. D/Lop Sooty Fawn D/Lop Agouti/Chin D/Lop Butterfly D/Lop Orange Fawn D/Lop Self D/Lop A.O.C. French Lop Agouti/Chin French Lop Steel French Lop Butterfly French Lop Self French Lop A.O.C. Mini Lop R.E.W. Mini Lop Agouti/Chin Mini Lop Sooty Fawn Mini Lop Self Mini Lop A.O.C. German Lop White German Lop Agouti/Chin German Lop Butterfly German Lop Orange/Fawn Lop A.O.V. Lop Challenge

FUR CLASSES ADULT
53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. Argentes Fox Black Fox A.O.C. Satin Ivory New Zealand Reds Havana Chinchilla Sable M/S British Giant Self British Giant Steel British Giant Agouti British Giant A.O.C. Thuringer Lilac Alaska Californian Smoke Pearl A.O.V. Fur Fur Challenge 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157. 158. 159. 160.

U/5
Argentes Fox Black Fox A.O.C. Satin Ivory New Zealand Reds Havana Chinchilla Sable M/S British Giant Self British Giant Steel British Giant Agouti British Giant A.O.C. Thuringer Lilac Alaska Californian Smoke Pearl A.O.V. Fur Fur Challenge

REX CLASSES
72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. Ermine Rex Black Rex Orange/Fawn Rex Castor Rex Chin Rex Seal/Sable Rex Blue Rex Havana Rex Otter Rex Mini Rex A.O.C. A.O.V. Rex Rex Challenge 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171. 172. Ermine Rex Black Rex Orange/Fawn Rex Castor Rex Chin Rex Seal/Sable Rex Blue Rex Havana Rex Otter Rex Mini Rex A.O.C. A.O.V. Rex Rex Challenge

DUPLICATE CLASSES
84. Grand Challenge 173. 174. Grand Challenge Lucky Pen 20p Entry Junior Fancy Junior Lop Junior Fur Junior Rex Junior Challenge

JUNIOR CLASSES
85. 86. 87. 88. 89. Junior Fancy Junior Lop Junior Fur Junior Rex Junior Challenge 175. 176. 177. 178. 179.

PET CLASSES
180. 181. Girls Pet Boys Pet 182. 183. Childs Pet Challenge Adult Pet

ENTRIES TO Mrs. J. SMALLEY, 15 BORGWITHA, FOURLANES, REDRUTH, CORNWALL. TR16 6QG Tel: 01209 212642

RABBIT ENTRY FORM
Also in Classes Description Ring No. Entry Fee

Sec:

Breed Class

Total
Name ....................................................................................................................................... Address .................................................................................................................................... .................................................................................................................................................. I declare the above exhibits to be my own bona fide property at the time of entry and agree to abide by the Show Rules. (Signed) ...................................................................................................................

No. of Exhibits

No. of Entries

Specialists Clubs

Stithians Show
A ve r y s p e c i a l d ay o u t !
Why not support the Show each year by becoming a Vice-President?
Adults £10 per year – Seniors £7 per year – Children £2 per year 2009 rates (This includes your entry to the Show and forward parking, before 11 a.m., while space permits)
To: Mrs. C. Watters Hon. Assistant Treasurer, Stithians Agricultural Association Chy an Kernyk, Rose Meadow, Stithians, Truro TR3 7RL Please find enclosed £ (Cheques should be made payable to SAA VP Subs.) Badges will be sent as soon as possible.
Min. Subscript. Qty. Total

* Adult Vice President Subscription * Senior Vice President Subscription * Junior Vice President Subscription (5 to 16 years) New Life Vice President Association Tie Total Forward Parking Pass – please indicate if required

£10 £7 £2 £200 £10

No charge

Name/Address............................................................................................................ ................................................................................................................................... Please note that as a Vice-President, your name is printed in the show catalogue. All membership subscriptions received by Friday, 26th June 2009 will be included, unless you indicate otherwise. Names to be listed: ....................................................................................................

2009 Dates T 01209 711538 T 01392 446000 F 01392 444808 10–12 June 10 July (2nd Sat July) 12 July 15 July (3rd Thurs July) 17 July (3rd Sat July) 20–22 May gwinearshow@btconnect.com TBA

Secretary

Contact Nos.

email/website

Prov. 2010 Dates

2 May Gwinear 21-23 May Devon County info@westpoint-devonshow.co.uk ollie@westpoint-devonshow.co.uk www.devoncountyshow.co.uk info@royalcornwall.co.uk www.royalcornwall.co.uk liskeardshow@aol.com www.liskeardshow.org information@stithiansshow.org.uk www.stithiansshow.org.uk launcestonshow@hotmail.co.uk ian@tamarisksw.wanadoo.co.uk www.camborne-show.org.uk T 01208 812183 F 01208 812713 T 01579 342955 F 01579 344605 T 07894 456099 T 01209 861073 F 01209 860402 T/F 01566 775483 T 07988 479452 T 01209 717691 T/F 01884 82181 T/F 01409 261288 T 01364 73657 T/F 01548 821070 07732 472634 T 01769 560205 www.northdevonshow.com T/F 01404 41794 07789 843761 T/F 01840 261236 07786 382560 T/F 01837 861322 07935 435316 T/F 01647 24306 T/F 01288 355335 T 01548 821773 carolyn@mdshow@live.co.uk www.middevonshow.co.uk countrylife@worden-cross.fsnet.co.uk yealmptonshow@supanet.com www.yealmptonshow.com showsecretary07@totnesshow.com www.totnesshow.com debbie@northdevonshow.com marcelle@honitonshow.co.uk www.honitonshow.co.uk ann.hayne@btinternet.com www.camelfordshow.com okehampton-show@supanet.com www.okehamptonshow.com sally385@btinternet.com www.chagfordshow.com alison@holsworthyshow.wanadoo.co.uk jwb@kingsbridgeshow.eclipse.co.uk www.kingsbridgeshow.co.uk

Mr. Trevor Phillips, 1 Coswinsawsen Farm, Barripper, Camborne, TR14 0LW Ollie Allen, Westpoint, Clyst St. Mary Exeter, Devon EX5 1DJ

4-6 June Royal Cornwall 11 July Liskeard

Mr. Chris Riddle, Royal Cornwall Showground Wadebridge PL27 7JE Mrs. D. Hasshill, Little Gormellick, Liskeard, Cornwall PL14 3JX

13 July Stithians 16 July Launceston 18 July Camborne

Mrs Yvonne Toms, The Showground Stithians, Truro, Cornwall TR3 7BB Mrs. Jill. Stevenson, PO Box 105 Launceston, Cornwall PL15 9WY Mr Ian Thompson, Tamarisk 9 Rosewarne Gardens, Camborne Cornwall TR14 8TH 25 July Carolyn Branton, Dudley’s Corner Mid Devon Whitnage, Tiverton EX16 7DS 27 July Mrs Sue Williams, 2 Worden Cottages, Woolsery West Putford, Holsworthy EX22 7UZ 29 July Mrs Jennifer Hanney, Stag Head Yealmpton House, South Brent, Devon TQ10 9AB 30 July Mr Tom Jenkins, Little Beeches, Holsome Lane Totnes Diptford, Totnes TQ9 7NU 5 Aug Mrs. Debbie Siggs, PO Box 295, North Devon North Devon, Barnstaple, Devon EX32 2BS 6 August Marcelle O’Grady, 2nd floor, Bank House Honiton 66a High Street, Honiton, EX14 1PS 12 August Mrs. Ann Hayne, Restholme, Trewassa Camelford Davidstow, Camelford, PL32 9YG 13 Aug Mrs Gilly Oliver, PO Box 47, Okehampton Okehampton, Devon EX20 4ZX 20 August Mrs Sally Hutchings, 6 Stanbury Orchard, Chagford Crockernwell, Nr. Exeter EX6 6NA 27 Aug. Holsworthy Mrs Alison Wilson, Stamford Lodge, & Stratton Stamford Hill, Stratton, Bude, EX23 9AY 5 Sept. Mrs Jackie Broad, Pan Aruba, California Kingsbridge Cross, Modbury, Devon PL21 0SG

24 July (4th Sat July) 26 July (last Mon July) 28 July (last Wed July) 29 July (last Thurs July) 4 August (1st Wed Aug) 5 August (1st Thurs Aug) 11 August (2nd Wed Aug) 12 August (2nd Thurs Aug) 19 August (3rd Thurs Aug) 28 August (4th Sat Aug) 4 September (1st Sat Sept)

For other Schedules and up-to-date information on our Show, all year round, see www.stithiansshow.org.uk

STITHIANS SHOW
Monday, 13th July, 2009

Grand Evening Concert
In the Marquee on the Showground – 8 p.m.

Cornwall Boy’s Choir
(Musical Director: Mrs Angela Renshaw)

St. Stythians Band
(Musical Director: James Burns, Esq.)

Chairman: Rev. Aubyn De Gruchy

Admission £5.00


				
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