Woore Village Produce show is an annual event in the community that allows local residents to showcase homegrown and homemade produce. There are 101 categories comprising of classes for the local brownies, the local schools and pre-schools, junior only sections, homemade cakes, pies and jams, homegrown flowers, fruit and vegetables along with many others.
We do not receive any funding and it costs about £850 to host the show per year. This pays for schedules, prize money, judges, food, hire of venue, throphys etc.
We have a passion to encourage young children to get involved in the show, whether that be by decorating buscuits or through entering a painted picture that they have created.
About the project
Coming into its 49th year, the village show is organised by twelve local residents who attend meetings prior to the day to ensure everything goes to plan. In order for the show to continue running, we rely upon the generosity of the community though holding stalls at local village fetes and shows. Despite this, there is still a shortfall of about £250 per year.