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Children's Fancy Dress Parade


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The Children’s Fancy Dress Parade is a great way for your little ones to get involved in The Show.

Entry is FREE - just turn up in your costumes, on your own or in a group.

The theme is ‘Favourite Books’, as 2016 celebrates anniversaries for Roald Dahl, Beatrix Potter and William Shakespeare. But feel free to dress up in whatever
you like!

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The Parade starts at 3.00pm in the Main Arena.

Judging and prize-giving will take place immediately after the Parade, and prizes will be awarded to the most creative and original costumes.


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Need some inspiration?

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Make something yourself!  It could be as simple as big paper bag with a monster face painted on it!

This Pinterst page has lots more ideas for make at home costumes.

Note that handy?
Well try some these!  All have reasonably priced ready made costumes (less £10)
TKMAxX      Matalan   Argos   Tesco  Asda  Or simply Google 'Kids fancy dress'

These stores are listed for your help and inclusion does not imply a recommendation by Claygate Flower & Village Show.  There are other suppliers of these goods.

However you get your costume - come and join in the FUN!


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The popular website Treasure Hunt returns this year. This time you're looking for this poor rabbit's carrots!  More>

This year you need to search the website for the picture above. Just one of them will take you to the MAZE where this poor rabbit has lost a bunch of carrots. Please help find them! 

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What's going to be in the Stalls Village?
See a list of stalls.

The Stalls Village has become a firm favourite in The Show over the years.  This year we have a great line up of stalls for you!

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Enter an exhibit in the arts and crafts classes!  Look at this winner from 2014.

While the origin of The Show is fruit, vegetable and flower exhibits, there are now many well contested classes in the arts and crafts arena.  Take a look and give it a try!