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RICKERBY PARK CARLISLE

CUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
RULES & REGULATIONS OF THE CUMBERLAND SHOW INDUSTRIAL SECTION
Entering exhibits to the show: 1. 2. 3. 4. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per class in all sections (EXCEPT Sections 5 and 6) Entries 25p, no entry will be accepted until the money is paid (EXCEPT Section 10 - Junior section all entries free). A stamped addressed envelope MUST be enclosed with all entries for return of class cards All exhibitors having £5.00 worth of entries or more will be entitled to one free Admission Ticket

Staging of exhibits: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. All articles exhibited must be the bona fide handiwork of the exhibitor and must not have been awarded a prize at previous exhibitions of the Cumberland Agricultural Society All exhibitors names will be in the catalogue unless they state otherwise No exhibits to be sent by post All exhibits except children’s handwriting must have class cards attached by the exhibitor Children’s handwriting should be submitted in a clear plastic pocket. The class card should be put into the pocket, unfolded, behind the writing All produce must be named on plain labels All exhibits must be staged by exhibitors by 9.45am on Show day Whilst every care will be taken, the Society do not hold themselves responsible for loss, damage or detention of exhibits

Prizes / removal of exhibits: 1. 2. 3. 4. The Judge’s decision is final Prize money will be paid out between 3.00 pm and 4.30 pm. No-one will be allowed to remove exhibits before 4.45 pm. All goods to be removed from tent by 5.15 pm. Goods not collected by this time are left at owners’ risk.

Closing Date For Entries
Monday 29th June 2009
Entries to be forwarded to the Secretary:

Mrs M.Taylor, 27 Millbrow, Armathwaite, Carlisle CA4 9PJ Tel: 016974 72330

ARTICLES MUST NOT HAVE BEEN AWARDED A PRIZE AT PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS OF THIS SOCIETY First Prize £5.00 - Second Prize £3.00 - Third Prize £2.00 (Unless Otherwise Stated)

DECORATIVE STITCHERY
Section One Class 1 Cross Stitch Picture from a kit or chart overall size less than 10” x 12” 2 3 Cross Stitch Picture from a kit or chart Article in Cross Stitch (No Pictures) - Just Sew kindly donate vouchers in Class 3 An Embroidered Sampler - Mrs J Read kindly donates prize money in Class 4 Article worked in Hardanger Article in Blackwork - Mrs T Faulder, Houghton House Farm kindly donates prize money in class 6 Article in Crewel Work Canvas Worked Picture - Fun -2-Do kindly donate vouchers in class 8 An Article in Calico - Fun -2-Do kindly donate vouchers in class 9 Article in Canvaswork - Any Stitch (No Pictures) - Mrs J Forrester, Downbyrigg, kindly donates prize money in class 10 Worked Picture - Creative Embroidery - Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Plc kindly donate prize money in Class 11 A Stitched Decorative Box - Mrs A Whiteford, Middle Farm kindly donates prize money in class 12 Stitched Greetings Card - Mitchelson’s Newsagents, Brampton kindly donates prize money in class 13 A needlecase or Pincushion An Article incorporating Goldwork

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SPECIAL PRIZES £5, donated by Mrs E Telford, Linstock, for most outstanding exhibit in Section One. A trophy donated by The Cumberland Embroiderers Guild, will be presented to the exhibitor with most outstanding exhibit in Section One (to be held for one year, not to be won outright). 1

KNITTING
Section Two
Class 16 Article for a baby 17 18 19 20 21 Article no thicker than 4 ply Article in double knitting Doll dressed in knitted or crochet garments A knitted Scarf A Knitted Hat

SPECIAL PRIZE £5, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Two.

MISCELLANEOUS
Section Three
Class 22 Painting - Oils (Any Subject) - Dr & Mrs Paul Davies, kindly donate prize money for class 22 23 Painting - Watercolours (Any Subject) - Dr & Mrs Paul Davies, kindly donate prize money for class 23 Picture in any other medium (Not Stitchery) Any article in Crochet Work Any article in Patchwork - Quilt Essentials kindly donate vouchers for class 26 Christmas decoration - Just Sew kindly donate vouchers for class 27 A piece of handmade jewellery An Article of Beadwork (not Jewellery) Calligraphy A4, using good lettering, layout, colour and /or illumination. No mounts or frames. The Cuckoo is a merry bird She sings as she flies She brings us good tidings And tells us no lies She suppeth sweet flowers To keep her voices clear That she may sing cuckoo Three months of the year. Anon 2

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Class 31 32 A handmade greeting card (not stitchery) A Limerick - First line to read “An old tractor driver called Jackson” - Beth Irving Soft Furnishings & Upholstery kindly donates prize money in class 32 Any other article in Handicraft (not included in classes 25 - 31) Any article made by a Senior Citizen - Carlisle Family Chiropractic Centre kindly donate prize money in class 34 Homemade gift for a child. - Mrs D Nicholson kindly donates prize money in class 35 Pick Up & Bring "Tea cup and saucer"

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SPECIAL PRIZES £5, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Three £10, donated by Mrs R Wilson, Sceugh Hill Farm, Southwaite, for exhibitor gaining most points in classes 1-36. A silver rose bowl, donated by the late Mrs J Shepherd, Eden Wood, Linstock, will be presented to exhibitor gaining most points in classes 1-36 (to be held for one year, not to be won outright). A trophy, donated by St. John’s Ambulance, will be presented to winner of class 34 (to be held for one year, not to be won outright).

PHOTOGRAPHY
Section Four
All photographs are to be unmounted and not exceed 7” x 5” Class 37 A Black and White Snapshot - Mitchelson’s Newsagents, Brampton kindly donate prize money in class 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 A Coloured Snapshot “Humourous” - Brampton Post Office (The Peoples Post Office) kindly donate prize money in class 38 A Coloured Snapshot “Touch of Blue” - Solway Studios kindly donate prize money in class 39 A Coloured Snapshot “Bridge” - Stobart Charolais kindly donate prize money in class 40 A Coloured Snapshot “A Child or Children” - Brampton Post Office (The Peoples Post Office) kindly donate prize money in class 41 A Coloured Snapshot “One or More Animals” - Mr D Stobart, Cracrop Limousin kindly donates prize money in class 42 A Coloured Snapshot “Party Time” - Mitchelson’s Newsagents, Brampton kindly donate prize money in class 43

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Class 44 A Coloured Snapshot “In the Garden” - Solway Studios kindly donate prize money in class 44 45 A Coloured Snapshot “Farmlife” - Solway Studios kindly donate prize money in class 45 A Coloured Snapshot “Cumbria Event” - David Wilde Agriculture kindly donates prize money in class 46 A Coloured Snapshot “Transport”

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SPECIAL PRIZE £5, donated by Mrs E Telford, Linstock, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Four.

WALKING STICKS
Section Five
All Sticks to be made by Exhibitor. Number of Entries Maximum of 2 per person per class First Prize £5.00 - Second Prize £3.00 - Third Prize £2.00 Class 48 A Novice Class - Not to have won a 1st prize at previous exhibitions of this society. 49 50 Walking Stick with Horn Head A Shepherd’s Crook - Plain Horned Head - Andrew Frizell, Agricultural Contractor kindly donates prize money in class 49 Stick or Crook with Ornamental Horned Head - Capontree Veterinary Centre, Brampton kindly donates prize money in class 50 Plain Shepherd’s Crook - Wooden Head Ornamental Walking Stick or Crook - Wooden Head - Irthing Joinery, Irthington kindly donates prize money in class 52 Walking Stick suitable for a Lady A Thumb Stick

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SPECIAL PRIZES £5, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Five. The Grant and Little cup will be presented to exhibitor gaining most points in Section Five (to be held for one year, not to be won outright). A Challenge Cup will be presented to exhibitor with best stick in Section Five (to be held for one year, not to be won outright)

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WINE
Section Six
Maximum of 2 Entries per person per class (different varieties) First Prize £5.00 - Second Prize £3.00 - Third Prize £2.00 Unless Otherwise Stated Class 56 Bottle of Home Made Red Wine (Sweet) 57 58 59 60 61 Bottle of Home Made Red Wine (Dry) - Mrs M Wannop kindly donates £5 1st prize for class 57 Bottle of Home Made White Wine (Sweet) - Mitchelsons Newsagents, Brampton kindly donates £5 1st prize for class 58 Bottle of Home Made White Wine (Dry) - Mrs M Wannop kindly donates £5 1st prize for class 59 Bottle of Home Made Damson Gin - Mrs M Wannop kindly donates £5 1st prize for class 60 Bottle of Home Made Fruit Liqueur - Miss P Sedgwick kindly donates £5 1st prize for class 61

SPECIAL PRIZES £5, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Six. The Waver Wine Cup, donated by The Waver Wine Club, Blencogo, will be presented to exhibitor with best wine in Section Six (to be held for one year, not to be won outright).

PRODUCE
Section Seven
First Prize £5.00 - Second Prize £3.00 - Third Prize £2.00 Unless Otherwise Stated Class 62 3 Hen Eggs - David Wilde Agriculture kindly donates prize money in class 62 63 64 65 66 3 Bantam Eggs Three Buttercream Meringues Individual Dessert - Nestle kindly donate prize money in class 64 A coffee cake, buttercream filled, no decoration, using Fairtrade Coffee (label to be staged with entry). WI members only, WI to be stated on the entry ticket. - Cumbria - Cumberland Federation of Womens Institutes kindly donates prize money in class 66. Decorated Sponge Cake (not to cut) - NFU Mutual Insurance Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 66 Three pieces of Carrot Cake Swiss Roll, jam filled - Nestle kindly donate prize money in class 68 - 1st £6.00, 2nd £4.00, 3rd £3.00, 4th £2.00. Sandwich cake, Jam filled (baked in one tin) - Mrs I Hill, Park Broom kindly donates prize money in class 70 5

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Class 71 Three Muffins - NFU Mutual Insurance Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 71 72 73 74 75 76 Three Rock Buns Three Queen cakes Three Chocolate Brownies Three Squares of Ginger bread Rich Fruit Loaf - Mrs K Wilson, Brunstock and Miss M Graham kindly donate prize money for class 76 - 1st £7.50, 2nd £5.00, 3rd £2.50 Tea Bread (not made with yeast) Three Ginger Snaps Three Shortbread Pieces Three Slices of Tray Bake (1 variety) Three Sausage rolls - made using Cranston Sausage Meat - Cranston’s kindly donate vouchers in class 81. Empty wrapper to be staged with entry A Ramekin of Paté A Loaf of Bread made in a Bread Making Machine - Carrs Flour Mill, Stanwix, kindly donates prize in class 83, each entry must be accompanied by an empty Carrs bread making flour packet. Loaf of Brown Bread - Mrs L Brough, Buckabank, Dalston, kindly donates prize money in class 84 Three Cheese Scones - Cumberland Dairies kindly donate prize money in class 85 Three Fruit Scones - Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Plc kindly donate prize money in class 86 An individual Fruit Salad - NFU Mutual Insurance Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 87 Dish of Cumberland Rum Butter - made by the Melted Method - Mrs A Whiteford (Middle Farm) kindly donates prize money in class 88 Jar of Lemon Curd Jar of Strawberry Jam - Aspatria Farmers, Aspatria kindly donate prize money in class 90 Jar of Raspberry Jam A Jar of jam any other kind A Jar of Chutney A Jar of Marmalade Two Pasche Eggs

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SPECIAL PRIZES £5, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Seven. The Dixon-Graham Cup, donated by the late Mr & Mrs W Dixon-Graham, will be presented to exhibitor with most points in Section Seven (to be held for one year, not to be won outright).

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HORTICULTURAL
Exhibits can be staged between 5.00pm - 9.00pm eve of show and left overnight at owners risk

Section Eight
First Prize £5.00 - Second Prize £3.00 - Third Prize £2.00 Class 96 Saucer of Raspberries 97 98 Saucer of Blackcurrants 3 Sticks of Rhubarb - Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Plc kindly donate prize money in class 98 Pot Plant - Begonia

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100 A Vase of Mixed Herbs 101 Pot Plant - Flowering Geranium 102 Pot Plant - Foliage 103 Pot Plant - Flowering (Not Geranium or Begonia) 104 Three stems annuals - one variety 105 Three stems perennials - one variety 106 One Rose Bloom - Bob Fell, Contractor, Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 106 107 Three Rose Blooms 108 1 Stem of Floribunda 109 Six stems sweet peas - any variety - Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Plc kindly donate prize money in class 109 110 Six Pansies - Westwood Nurseries Retail Shop kindly donate prize money in class 98 111 Vase of mixed garden flowers 112 Hanging Basket - Bob Fell, Contractor, Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 111 113 Potted Up Patio Planter - maximum size 18” Diameter - Westwood Nurseries Retail Shop kindly donate prize money in class 112 SPECIAL PRIZES £6, donated by Mrs D Milbourn,Walby Croft, for most outstanding exhibit in Section Eight. £10, donated by Tarn Road Nurseries, Brampton, for exhibitor gaining most points in Section Eight. 7

FLORAL ART
Section Nine
First Prize £10.00 - Second Prize £6.00 - Third Prize £4.00 Unless Otherwise Stated Flowers for classes 114-120 inclusive need not have been grown by the Exhibitor TABLE SPACE LIMITED TO 30” UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED “An Exhibit” is composed of natural plant material, with or without accessories, contained within a space as specified in the schedule.

Class Novice Class ‘Novice’ A person who has not previously won a first prize 114 New Romance ‘A table centre suitable for a romantic dinner for two’ - Clint Harrison kindly donates prize money in class 114

Open Classes 115 In the Beginning ‘A modern exhibit’ - Joan Forrester at Flower Time, Longtown kindly donates prize money in class 115 116 Rural Craft ‘An exhibit’ - Orton Grange Farm Shop kindly donates prize money in class 116

117 Natures Jewels ‘A petite exhibit in a box’ - Vandella, Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 117

118 Golden Fanfare ‘An exhibit’ - Christina Forrester at Flower Time, Stanwix kindly donates prize money in class 118

Junior Classes - under 16 years of age MRS O DALRYMPLE, Gilsland, kindly donates the prize money for the Junior Classes. 1st £3.00, 2nd £ 2.50,Third £1.50, Fourth £1.00, Fifth 50p 119 Anything Goes (Fun class)

120 Flowers in a Jam Jar SPECIAL PRIZES £10, donated by Mrs D Percival, Scotby, for exhibitor gaining most points in Section Nine. A silver rose bowl, donated by the late Ms & Mrs T Hogg, will be presented to exhibitor gaining most points in classes 114 -118 (to be held for ope year, not to be won outright).

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CUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

ANNUAL SHOW
Saturday 18th July 2009 INDUSTRIAL & HORTICULTURAL SECTION ENTRY FORM
Section No Class No Description

I hereby declare that every exhibit entered for competition in my name is bona-fide my own, in so far as the rules of the Society require.
PLEASE NOTE: Articles exhibited MUST NOT have been awarded a prize at previous exhibitions of this society. I Enclose Entry Fees - £ ................................................................................................................................................ Name .................................................................................................................................................................................. Address .............................................................................................................. Tel .........................................................

Entries Close on Monday 29th June 2009 to be sent to
Mrs M Taylor, 27 Millbrow, Armathwaite, Carlisle CA4 9PJ

TEL 016974 72330 Please Enclose SAE Cheques made payable to Cumberland Agricultural Society
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CUMBERLAND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

ANNUAL SHOW
Saturday 18th July 2009 INDUSTRIAL & HORTICULTURAL SECTION ENTRY FORM
Section No Class No Description

I hereby declare that every exhibit entered for competition in my name is bona-fide my own, in so far as the rules of the Society require.
PLEASE NOTE: Articles exhibited MUST NOT have been awarded a prize at previous exhibitions of this society. I Enclose Entry Fees - £ ................................................................................................................................................ Name .................................................................................................................................................................................. Address .............................................................................................................. Tel .........................................................

Entries Close on Monday 29th June 2009 to be sent to
Mrs M Taylor, 27 Millbrow, Armathwaite, Carlisle CA4 9PJ

TEL 016974 72330 Please Enclose SAE Cheques made payable to Cumberland Agricultural Society
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JUNIOR SECTION
First Prize £3.00 - Second Prize £2.50 - Third Prize £1.50 - Fourth Prize £1.00 Fifth and Sixth prizes of 50p each will only be awarded in Classes with more than 20 entries. Seventh to Tenth prizes of 50p will be awarded in Classes with more than 50 entries. All classes in Junior Section Free Show day should be the date used for the ages of the entrants All handwriting to be in a plastic pocket with yellow ticket left, unfolded at back of work

Class 121 A picture on a sheet of paper not more than A4 size of ‘A Car’; 5 years and under - Mr and Mrs Robin P Fisher kindly donate prize money in class 121

122 Handwriting unmounted and no illustrations - Lined paper optional; 5 years and under - Jim Peet (Agriculture) will donate a voucher for a family ticket for Ostrich World to the winner in class 122 Lucy Locket lost her pocket Kitty Fisher found it. Not a penny was there in it Just a ribbon round it.

123 A picture on a sheet of paper not more than A4 size of ‘Air Transport’; 6 & 7 years old - Mr & Mrs Robin P Fisher kindly donate prize money in class 123

124 Handwriting unmounted and no illustrations - Lined paper optional; 6 & 7 years old - Jim Peet (Agriculture) will donate a voucher for a family ticket for Ostrich World to the winner in class 124 Water I’m a dog All tail and a bark, Snapping, yapping In the park. I’m a cat As thin as wire, Creeping, sleeping By the fire. John Kitching

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Class 125 Handwriting unmounted and no illustrations - Lined paper optional; 8 & 9 years old - Jim Peet (Agriculture) will donate a voucher for a family ticket for Ostrich World to the winner in class 125 I often meet a monster While deep in sleep at night; And I confess to some distress. It gives me quite a fright. But then again I wonder. I have this thought, you see. Do little sleeping monsters scream Who dream Of meeting me? Max Fatchen

126 A Picture on a sheet of paper not more than A4 size ‘Sea Transport’; 8 & 9 years old - Mr and Mrs Robin P Fisher kindly donate prize money in class 126

127 Handwriting unmounted and no illustrations - Lined paper optional; 10 and 11 years old - Jim Peet (Agriculture) will donate a voucher for a family ticket for Ostrich World to the winner in class 127 Take a roll of green, Spread it under blue or blue-grey sky, Hollow out a valley, mould hills. Let a river run through the valley, Let fish swim in it, let dippers Slide along its surface. Sprinkle cows in the water-meadows, Cover steep banks with trees, Let foxes sleep beneath and owls above. Now, let the seasons turn, Let everything follow its course. Let it be. June Crebbin 128 An Item in playdoh; 5 years and under

129 Edible Necklace; 5 years and under - www.jiggerypokeryaccessories.co.uk kindly donates prize money in class 129

130 Pick up and bring - “A small toy”; 5 years and under

131 A Greetings Card - Handmade; 6 and 7 years old

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Class 132 A Finger Puppet; 6 and 7 years old

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An Article in Clay/Plasticine; 6 and 7 years old

134 Decorated Stone - 6 and 7 years old - Brampton Skip Hire Assoc. with NW Recycling Ltd kindly donates prize money in class 134

135 Construction Kit model small own design; 6 and 7 years old

136 Snapshot - 6 and 7 years old (no bigger than A5) - Walby Farm Park, Walby, Carlisle kindly donate prize money in class 136

137 Pick up and bring - “Badge”; 6 and 7 years old

138 A Greetings Card Handmade; 8 and 9 years old

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A Farm on biscuit tin lid; 8 and 9 years old - Aspatria Farmers, Aspatria kindly donate prize money in class 139

140 Creature made from Liquorice Allsorts; 8 and 9 years old

141 Wooden Spoon; 8 and 9 years old

142 Snapshot - 8 & 9 years old (no bigger than A5) - Walby Farm Park, Walby, Carlisle kindly donate prize money in class 142

143 Pick up and bring - “A Book Mark”; 8 & 9 years old

144 An Item in Clay/Plasticine; 10 and 11 years old

145 A Greetings Card Handmade; - 10 and 11 years old

146 An Item of Handicraft; 10 and 11 years old

147 Snapshot; 10 and 11 years old (no bigger than A5) - Walby Farm Park, Walby, Carlisle kindly donate prize money in class 147 13

Class 148 Pick up and bring - “Sunglasses”; 10 and 11 years old

149 Computer designed A4 Poster for ‘Healthy Choices’; 10 and 11 years old

150 Transport for the future made from Recycled Material; 10 and 11 years old - Brampton Skip Hire Assoc. with NW Recycling kindly donate prize money in class 150

151 A Decorated Exercise Book Cover - 12 to 16 years old

152 Handwritten Thank You Letter, to be judged on content and presentation - 12 to 16 years old Mrs V Vasey, Holme House,Wetheral kindly donates special (extra) prize of £10 to the winner of class 152.

153 Design a Poster for the Cumberland Show (Max A4); 12 to 16 years old - Walby Farm Park, Walby, Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 153

154 Design an Invitation; 12-16 years old - Agricultural Mortgage Corporation Plc kindly donate prize money in class 154

155 Homemade Article; 12-16 years old

156 Gift Wrapped Bottle; 12-16 years old

157 Snapshot - (no bigger than A5); 12-16 years old - Walby Farm Park, Walby, Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 157

158 Pick-up and bring a “A Mug”; 12-16 years old

159 Three Oven Scones - 8-11 years old

160 Sandwich Cake (Jam) no icing or sugar on top; 8-11 years old - Tracey Graham, Hadrians Country Kitchen, Brampton kindly donates prize money in class 160

161 A packed lunch for one person; 8-11 years old - Cumberland Dairies kindly donate prize money in class 161

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Class 162 Three Decorated Rich tea Biscuits; 8-11 years - Margie’s, Carlisle kindly donates prize money in class 162 163 Three Rock Buns - 12-16 years old - Spice Caterers kindly donate prize money in class 163

164 Sandwich Cake (Jam), no icing or sugar on top; 12-16 years - Mad-Hatters (Hats to buy or hire) kindly donate prize money in class 164.

165 A filled Baguette; 12-16 years Spice Caterers kindly donate prize money in class 165.

166 Three pieces of Tray Bake; 12-16 years - Tracey Graham, Hadrians Country Kitchen, Brampton kindly donates prize money in class 166

For Junior Floral Art see Section Eight

SPECIAL PRIZES - INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITORS £5, donated by Mrs G Potts, Buckabank Hall, Dalston, for exhibitor gaining most points in Junior Section £5, donated by Mrs G Potts, Buckabank Hall. Dalston, for exhibitor gaining second most points in Junior Section. £5, for most outstanding exhibit in Junior Section The Eden Cup. will be presented to exhibitor with most outstanding exhibit in.Junior Section The Springfield Cup, donated by the late EM Johnston Esq., Springfield Farm, Carleton, Carlisle, will be presented to exhibitor gaining most points in the Junior Section (to be held for one year, not to be won outright). SPECIAL PRIZES - SCHOOLS £10, donated by Mrs J Wilson, Old Church, Brampton, for the school gaining most points in Junior Section. £10, donated by Mrs G Brown, Dalston, for the school gaining second most points in Junior Section. Society Rose Bowl will be presented to the school gaining most points in the Junior Section (to be held for one year, not to be won outright).

The Trophies to be presented in the Industrial Marquee at approx. 3.30pm.

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Cumberland Show Secretary
Mrs D Rozario, Warcarr, Greenhead, Brampton CA8 7HY Tel/Fax 016977 47397 Entries close 18th June 2009

Industrial Section Schedules
Mrs M.Taylor, 27 Mill Brow, Armathwaite, Carlisle · Entries Close - 1st July 2009

Cumberland & Westmorland Wrestling
Steward - Mr R H Carter · Entries will be taken on the Showfield for Wrestling Competitions

Dog Show Schedules
Mrs Staveley - Tel 01228 531263

Rabbit Show
Ms S Carlile - Tel 01228 598179 Entries Close 12th July 2009

Poultry Show
Mr J Barry, 1 Mealo Cottages, Allonby, Maryport, Cumbria · Entries Close - 12th July 2009

Terrier Racing
Entries will be taken on the show field

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COMMITTEE
Mrs Gillian Potts, Buckabank Hall, Dalston Mrs Grace Carter, Hill View, Blackford Mrs Joyce Wilson, Old Church Farm, Brampton Mrs Ann Whiteford, Middle Farm, Ruleholme, Brampton Mrs Hilda Armstrong, Lynwood, Bracken Hill Road, Longtown Mrs Jennifer Imrie, Harelaw Hole, Canonbie Mrs Carolyn Brough, Seat Hill, Irthington Mrs Sheena Frizell, Beechwood on Lyne, Longtown Mrs Christine Tattersall, Laitholm, Park Broom, Crosby-on-Eden Mrs Anne Laird, Unity Farm, Brampton Mrs Moira Fisher, Smalmstown, Longtown Mrs Eileen Bell, Marsh Side, Newton Arlosh Mrs Anne Carlyle,The Roan, Penton Mrs Sue Whitlock, 9 Etterby Lea Grove, Stanwix Mrs Joan Forrester, Downbyrigg,Westlinton Mrs Beth Irving,The Smithy Chalkfoot, Cumdivock, Carlisle Mrs Joyce Gorst, Lowwood Farm, Carlisle Mrs Elma Telford, Edenlin, Brampton Old Road, Carlisle Mrs Margaret Hodgson,Wormanby Farm, Burgh-by-Sands Mrs Helen Hinvest, 1 The Orchard, Great Corby Mrs Christine Batey, Oakshaw Hill, Longtown Mrs Christine Fell, 48 Pinecroft, Newfield, Carlisle

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