Our Tug of War, Farrier Competition and Children’s Art Competition results are listed here.
The Children’s Art Competition theme this year is Northern Landmarks. It is open individuals as well as to school groups, it always makes a colourful showpiece of creative talent. Its broad brief aims to give teachers and carers the flexibility to produce a range of work that could link to the curriculum, and be adapted to involve several subjects.
The classes are divided into 2D (painting, drawing, collage, printed out CAD designs, etc.) and 3D or relief work (models, jewellery, ceramics, mosaic, armour, and such like).
There are three age groups – EYFS (Reception) and KS1; KS2 and KS3+. We also award prizes for group work, and for individuals with a ‘Best in Show’ and ‘Reserve Best in Show’.
Tug of War is open to any teams of competitors and is one of the most popular events on the show field, attracting hundreds of spectators. There is always a great atmosphere and plenty of cheering for competitors.
The categories include:
- Ladies 580 kg
- Juniors 520 kg
- Mixed 4x4
The Farrier competition was launched last year and back by popular demand our 2018 competition will be even bigger and better. It will provided a fantastic display of skill and strength, with plenty of hot metal and sparks thrown in! The competition takes place by the British Showjumping arena and offers three classes; Class 1 Open Cob Shoeing, Class 2 Apprentice Shoemaking and Eagle Eye open to all, enter on the day.