‘Paint it Red,’ is the theme for this year’s Trunkey Creek show and the organising committee are excited by what is promising to be an excellent show.
Organiser Peggy Brown said that the town is bristling with excitement, and it’s not just because the pub has reopened.
“We’re having a working bee out here on Thursday and Friday ready for the opening on Saturday morning,” she said.
The show was cancelled in 2016 due to the overly wet conditions, that’s certainly not an issue this year.
The Australian Champion Fleece
The Australian Champion Fleece competition has been a cornerstone for the shows activities since 1984 when G Rayner from Wattle Flat won the first Australian Champion Fleece Trophy at the Trunkey Creek Show.
The Wool Competition also recognises Champion Ram Fleece, Champion Longwool Fleece, Champion Commercial Fleece, and Local Champion Fleece.
The winner of the Champion fleeces gains automatic right of entry into The Sydney Royal Easter Show.
The wool competition attracts many local sponsors including Bryton Wool, a major sponsor of the Australian Champion Fleece, Watson Tractors, Ray White, Emms Mooney & Co Blayney, Town and Country Rural Supplies, Silmac Agricultural Supplies, C & S Friend, W & M Marmiom
Plenty of stalls
Stall organiser, Morgan Lowe indicated that the range of market stalls and information stalls was extensive including jewellery, plants, Bric Brac, beekeeping, quality handcrafted timber furniture, fashion items Ice-cream, Wood Fired Pizza and much more.
If anybody is still wishing to have a market stall at the Trunkey Creek Show they can contact Morgan on 63688604 or 0410324154.
Entertainment will get your foot tapping. Pipe bands, Trunkey School choir and dance troupe, Roy and Relle, Buskers Competition and Mickey Pye after the grand opening.
Bring your picnic rugs, chairs.
Sit back and enjoy the atmosphere. Peggy O’Brien has spots available for the busking competition.
For an entry form contact Peggy on 0447491958 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget pavilion entries leading up to the show. Entries are now open for grand fleece, photography, jams and sauces. Junior artwork can be dropped off at any time while entries for home baking, and flowers will be received up until 9.30 on the morning of the show.