Cook and grow at this year's Blayney show

Previous winner: Amy Copelin in front of some of the entries in the pavilion from the 2016 Blayney show. Photo: Phil Blatch.
Previous winner: Amy Copelin in front of some of the entries in the pavilion from the 2016 Blayney show. Photo: Phil Blatch.

Without a doubt the pavilion is always an iconic part of any rural show, showcasing homemade products such as the rich food cake, needlework, arts and crafts competitions, coupled with many great arts works by local school children and groups creating a colourful ambiance to the pavilion.

Not only does the pavilion fill with the delicious aroma of baked goods, the addition of the scent of flowers adds to its appeal.

The pavilion hosts flower competition categories for Dahlias, Roses, Gladioli, miscellaneous, and decorative floral art.

Categories are also available for vegetables and home produce, fruit collections, eggs, and potatoes as well as the always favourite children’s decorative section creature made from horticultural material.

The very popular Decorated Gumboot Parade will make a return to this year’s show.

Classes include Junior (Under 14), and senior (over 14yrs). It’s a gold coin entry. Entrants will parade their decorated gumboots after the pet dog show.