Only seven days to go, and the arena has a number of great events on:
- School Choir
- Tug of War competition
- Cheerleader display
- Hoop Man exhibition
- Fly Ball
- Birds of Prey demonstration
- Prize giving for the Produce, Arts and Crafts competition
Flyball is a dog sport in which teams of dogs race against each other from a start/finish line, over a line of hurdles, to a box that releases a tennis ball to be caught when the dog presses the spring-loaded pad, then back to their handlers while carrying the ball. Flyball is run in teams of four dogs, as a relay.
Fun Dog Show
This year we will have a dog show running during the day. The following classes are available to enter:
- Dog or bitch most like its owner
- Prettiest bitch
- Most handsome dog
- Best child handler 13 years & under
- Best 6 legs Dog with the waggiest tail
Cost is £1 per entry per class, registration is on the day from 12pm and judging starts at 12:30pm. Rosettes and prizes for the winners.
For more information, see the poster below.
News Flash – Victoria Sponge
The Produce Arts and Crafts competition Victoria sponge category does not have a set recipe! Any cake that can be classed as a Victoria sponge can be entered this year.
The following have kindly offered to sponsor the show this year:
|Long Whatton and Diseworth Parish Council|
Update – Hoop Man!
This year, we will welcome Hoop Man, previously seen on Britain’s Got Talent, where he reached the live semi-finals! He will perform a comedy juggling and hoops show, then give some hooping workshops, where everyone can join in to learn to hoop and perform tricks.
2019 Show Charity
This year, we are proud to be supporting The Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre Benevolent Fund
DMRC is the UK’s leading and world renowned military rehabilitation centre, established in 1949 to treat injured pilots and aircrew. Since that time, it has developed in to a tri-service organisation with a weekly patient cohort of 120, treating a range of injuries, including significant life changing disabilities. Read more about the DMRC and the great work they do here, or visit their website here.
This year’s show will cost £2 per adult and 50p for under 14s. Under 2s are free.
2019 Competition Classes
The competition classes are now available, please check the ‘Produce, Arts and Crafts‘ pages for the classes and rules.
As always we need volunteers to help out with a variety of tasks particularly setting up on Saturday 24th, taking down on Monday 26th and especially on Show day to take a turn to help on the entrance and on stalls such as hoopla and skittles. If you could spare an hour or more, it will be appreciated. If you would like to help out over the weekend, provide sponsorship, or wish to run your own trade or hobby stall, please contact us via the e-mail address: email@example.com
Check out our pictures and video from previous years in the Gallery.
Please note, this is an event for the village run by volunteers. Many thanks to everyone who supports this village activity.