Organisers of the 79th Littlewick Show have urged people to sign up for the huge range of competition classes saying 'there is something for everyone'.
The Littlewick Green Show Society is expecting 12,000 visitors for the town's largest one-day show in Ascot Road on August Bank Holiday Monday.
The society has said the schedule has classes for cookery and handicrafts that cover almost everything that you can create at home.
Categories range from knitting, sewing, embroidery and crochet to model-making, country crafts and toys.
The thrifty can show off their ingenuity by entering 'something new from something old'.
For budding artists, there is the opportunity to enter a painting or drawing.
Entries for the photographic section are expected from young and old.
Sections include portrait, seascape and humorous.
The children’s section includes a decorated bookmark, miniature garden, vase of garden flowers, animals made from vegetables or fruit, handicrafts, cookery, photography and painting.
Entries can be made on the day.
The show will also feature a dog show, vintage car section, floral art, horse show and ferret racing.
Visit littlewickshow.co.uk or contact Valerie Bosley on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01628 630622 for details.
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