Arts and craft by children and young people aged up to 17 years

The Junior section is a great opportunity for schools, youth groups, pre-schools/nurseries and individuals to take an active part in the Show. With themes for 2022 reflecting the many anniversaries being celebrated this year including Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, founding of the BBC, discovery of Tutankhamum’s tomb and Hadrian’s wall. Other topics include Commonwealth Games, UEFA Women’s Football, plus farming, nature and the environment. 
There are a wide range of classes to suit all age groups and abilities generating colourful and dramatic displays. Opportunities for creativity include the use of many materials and media. 
In 2020 and 2021 we ran virtual art shows which restricted the number of entries but this year we hope to return to our 2,000 entries of arts and crafts created by children and young people. Thank you to all the teachers, youth leaders, parents and supporters whose hard work ensures the success of this important community event.

In addition, the show is generously supported by sponsors  AVJ Design together with Longridge Gallery

Juniors Arts & Crafts Download Application

 

Juniors Arts & Crafts Section Schedule 2022

A: CLASSES FOR INDIVIDUALS

PLEASE ENSURE NAME ON BACK OF ALL WORK OR UNDER MODELS

Entry fee 20p Prize money 1st =£2, 2nd =£1, 3rd =50p (4th = 25p if applicable)

CLASS OPEN (any age up to 17 years on day of show)
1 Design a Coronation crown – drawing (A4) or model (max diam 20cm)
2 Painting or drawing of a card celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee (A4)
3 A teacup and saucer containing handmade flowers
4 Painting, drawing or model of a trophy for any sport in the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham (A4 / max 30 cm)
5 Painting, drawing or model (not purchased) of Hadrian’s wall and tower (A4/ max 30cm)
6 Painting, drawing or collage of the inside of King Tutankhamum’s tomb (A4)
7 Painting or drawing of a scene that includes Pyramids and camels (A4)
8 Decorate a canvas bag 
9 A painting, drawing or model entitled “Peace” (max 30cm)
10 A sculpture using natural materials (max 30cm)

CLASS

Pre-school (Children of pre-school age)

11 Decorate a cardboard crown (max 20cm diam)
12 Painting, drawing or collage of a cockerel (A4)
13 A finger painting of Bing from Cbeebies (A4)
14 Painting or drawing of a design for a new Teletubby + new name (A4)
15 Picture using cutting skills of a sunflower (A4)
16 Picture using painted leaves as print stampers (A4)
CLASS Juniors A (Children in Reception, Year1 and Year2)
17 Handwriting “Animal Fair” nursery rhyme – illustrated (A4)
18 Handwriting “Hurt no living thing” by Christina Rossetti -  illustrated (A4)
19 Painting, drawing or collage of aerial view of a picnic plate of food for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee (A4)
20 Design an outfit for a prince or princess at a Coronation (A4)
21 Painting or drawing of your favourite CBeebies or CBBC character (A4)
22 Painting or drawing of a mythical creature e.g.Unicorn, dragon (A4)
24 Painting or drawing of a farmyard scene (A4)
CLASS Juniors B (Children in Year 3 – Year 6)
25 Handwriting “How doth the little crocodile” by Lewis Carroll - illustrated(A4)
26 Handwriting “A pin has a head” by Christina Rossetti– illustrated (A4)
27 Painting or drawing of your favourite sport at Commonwealth Games(A4)
28 Design a new Football strip for the UEFA Women’s Euros 2022 (A4)
29 Painting or drawing showing things you would bury in a Blue Peter time capsule to be dug up in the future (A4)
30 Painting or drawing or model of your favourite character on CBBC
31 Design and name a new character for a console game – painting, drawing or model (A4/ max 30cm)
32 A computer generated pattern featuring leaves from trees (A4)
33 Design a poster about Global Warming/Climate Change (max A3)

 

CLASS Seniors (Young people Year 7 to age 17 on day of show)
34 Painting or drawing of your favourite console game (Max A3)
35 Painting or drawing of wild flowers (max A3)
36 A picture, painting, drawing of an animal (max A3)
37 An illustration for a book (any media)(max A3)
38 A watercolour painting (max A3)
39 A pencil drawing (max A3)
40 A 3D Op Art cube (max 10cm cube)

 

B : GROUP PROJECT

TITLE : Model Queen’s Platinum Jubilee street party or picnic celebrations 100cm x 70cm.              Entry fee £1. Prize money 1st = £6.00, 2nd = £4.00, 3rd = £2.00

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Exhibitor rules and entry details in 2022 Downloads

Exhibits must be staged by the exhibitor/school organiser on Friday 8th July 2022 12.30pm – 7pm. Judging takes place at 8.45am on Show Day. Prizes awarded at 4.15pm. Exhibits on paper should be mounted on card.

 

Themes for 2022 include Queen’s Platinum Celebrations, Commonwealth Games, UEFA Women’s Euros, 100 year anniversary of BBC and discovery of Tutankhamum’s tomb, 1900 anniversary of Hadrian’s Wall, plus farming, nature and the environment.

 

INDIVIDUAL TROPHIES awarded to the overall points winner for age groups across all classes: Pre-school, Junior (A), Junior (B) and Senior

 

SPECIAL TROPHIES – held for 12 months

Pam Cliff Trophy Group or school with most points in Pre-school section

Fred and Lily Hoyle Memorial Cup School with most points in Junior (A) + (B) section

Hothersall Lodge Cup School with most points in Senior Section

Mrs Jackson Shield Winner of Group project

Mrs M Proctor Cup Individual with most points overall

Points awarded 1st = 4 points, 2nd = 3 points, 3rd = 2 points, 4th = 1 point (if applicable)

 

Longridge Gallery special prize awarded by TBC

 

With many thanks to our sponsors : TBC

 

School/ Group entries: please register your interest at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive spreadsheet to complete with child's name and class (es) entered.        Entry fees will be collected in week before show.

 

Individual entries please email which classes entering to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Entry fees will be collected when staging on Friday 8th July.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Goosnargh and Longridge Agricultural Show

Junior Arts and Crafts Section

Saturday 9th July 2022

A Pin Has No Head BY CHRISTINA ROSSETTI

A pin has a head, but has no hair;
A clock has a face, but no mouth there;
Needles have eyes, but they cannot see;
A fly has a trunk without lock or key;
A timepiece may lose, but cannot win;
A corn-field dimples without a chin;
A hill has no leg, but has a foot;
A wine-glass a stem, but not a root;
A watch has hands, but no thumb or finger;
A boot has a tongue, but is no singer;
Rivers run, though they have no feet;
A saw has teeth, but it does not eat;
Ash-trees have keys, yet never a lock;
And baby crows, without being a cock

 

How doth the little crocodile by Lewis Carroll

How doth the little crocodile
Improve his shining tail,
And pour the waters of the Nile
On every golden scale!

How cheerfully he seems to grin
How neatly spreads his claws,
And welcomes little fishes in,
With gently smiling jaws!

Hurt no living thing by Christina Rossetti

Hurt no living thing:
Ladybird, nor butterfly,
Nor moth with dusty wing,
Nor cricket chirping cheerily,
Nor grasshopper so light of leap,
Nor dancing gnat, nor beetle fat,
Nor harmless worms that creep.

 

 

 

The animal fair

We went to the animal fair,
The birds and the beasts were there,
The big baboon by the light of the moon
Was combing his golden hair.
The monkey fell out of his bunk,
And slid down the elephant's trunk,
The elephant sneezed - Achoo!
And fell on her knees,
And what became of the monkey,
Monkey, monkey, monkey, monkey?