Wayland Agricultural Show

Horticulture, Cookery and Craft Sections

Our friendly, traditional competitions are open to everyone who grows their own vegetables, makes their own preserves or produces anything listed in the schedule.

It’s not just for the ‘experts’ so no one should feel excluded as we welcome entries from all.

Kate Barmby

We are very pleased to have Katherine Barmby as our judge for the Cookery and Craft Section this year. Kate is the daughter of a Norfolk farmer and a busy mum, nurse, columnist, teacher and cookery writer.

She was also a contestant in The Great British Bake Off in 2016

The Horticulture, Cookery and Crafts section organiser is Sue Thomas

Tel: 01953 881683
Email: dst.carbrooke@sky.com

Further contact details are on the entry form which can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.

Competitions for Children

Children’s competitions, for those up to 16 year old, are free to enter. Details are provided on the form which can be viewed and/or downloaded below.

Entry forms must be submitted by Wednesday 1st August to Sue Thomas to the address provided on the form.

Delivery and collection of exhibits: Exhibits should be taken to the marquee on the day of the show between 07:00 and 08:30 or non-perishable items may be brought to the marquee the day before the show between 14:00 and 16:00.

On show day, exhibits may be dropped off by temporarily using the Members’ Car Park, then moving your vehicle to the free main public car park on the southern side of Brandon Road.

Exhibits can be collected between 16:00 and 17:00 on show day. Those not retrieved by 17:00 will be disposed of as necessary.

The 2018 Wayland Show Horticulture, Cookery and Craft Sections Entry Form and the Entrant Details form are available to download here. Both must be submitted.

Horticulture, Cooking and Crafts Entry Form 2018

Entrant Details form

Owen Mathers

We are pleased to announce that Owen Mathers, a talented artist and illustrator from Norwich, will be in our Craft Section doing live portraits throughout the day and donating the funds raised to the Wayland Show.