Spot the difference answers are here
Winner of the Schedule Wordsearch was
Rachel Nelson of Ashwells Way and won 
a bottle of Moet Champagne, courtesy of Chiltern Kitchens.

Please refer any queries in this division to Eleanor O'Connor - Tel 01494 875646

PRIZES:     1st: £3:00  ~  2nd: £2:00  ~  3rd: £1:00

We would prefer you to enter online as it saves us a lot of time on the day. However, if you must enter with a paper entry, then a pdf document of the Show Schedule containing competition classes and entry forms may be downloaded from here

Available Cups

BLAA Cup Sponsored by Yaldens BLAA member accumulating the most points across all adult classes
Hill Cup Winner of class 801
Shelley Rose Bowl Winner of Class 803 / 804
Silver Trees Novice Cup Winner of Class 811/ 812

Class Descriptions

Subdivision A: General

Your entry must NOT have been exhibited in a previous Chalfont St Giles Show. Each entrant may submit up to TWO entries per competition, each of which has a DIFFERENT class number (labelled "Exhibit 1" or "Exhibit 2"). If you are entering only ONE exhibit, this should be entered in the class labelled "Exhibit 1". Please ensure that you bring your own hook(s) for hanging your exhibit(s) from a wire line in the marquee.

801 A Portrait, any medium. Adult
803 A Drawing in pencil, ink, crayon or charcoal. Any subject related to the theme ‘The Good Olde Days’.. Adult
805 A water colour painting, any subject. Adult
807 A Landscape in any medium. Adult
809 ‘Good Olde Days’, a painting. Any medium, any aspect. Adult
811 NOVICE CLASS: A Painting, any medium, any subject. Adult
A novice is defined as an entrant who has not previously won a prize in the adult Art section.
813 Still Life - a painting, any medium. Adult
815 ‘Children Playing’ related to the theme ‘The Good Olde Days’ Any medium, any aspect. Adult
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