The theme for this years window competition has been amended.
We have decided to change it to "RAF 100" as it is the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Air force.
Friday 1st June from 6pm in the High St
Boys under 5 - Girls under 5
Boys 5 to 7 - Girls 5 to 7
Boys 7 to 9 - Girls 7 to 9
Boys 9 to 12 - Girls 9 to 12
Boys 12 to 15 - Girls 12 to 15
Boys 15 and over - Girls 15 & Over
The Wheelbarrow - Bring your own barrows!!
Fancy Dress Parade - Sat 2nd June
Parade to form at Littleworth Estate from 12.30pm. Classes as followes:-
CLASS A - SINGLE ON FOOT
A1-up to 5yrs . A2-from 5 to 7yrs. A3-from 7 to 11 yrs
A4 - from 11 to i6yrs . A5 - over 16 yrs
CLASS B - GROUPS OF 2 OR MORE ON FOOT
B1-up to 5.B2-from 5 to 15yrs. B3 - from 11 to l6yrs. B4 - over 16yrs.
CLASS C - DECORATED VEHICLES - AGE GROUPS
Anything on vehicles and horse drawn carts
C1-up to 5yrs. C2-from 5 to 11yrs. C3-from 11 to 6yrs . C4-over 16yrs
CLASS D - ANYONE WITH HORSES, INCLUDING CARTS - AGE GROUPS:
D1 - Up to 10yrs D2 10yrs and over
CLASS E - ANY MOTORISED VEHICLE, NO AGE LIMIT.
The Best Decorated Vehicle in Class E receives the Jubilee Silver Rose Bowl, donated by Chipping Campden Women’s Institute. It is to be held for one year and then returned to the Scuttlebrook Wake Committee. This year we have the Joan Taylor Cup in Class B. The winner will be judged from groups Bi, B2 and B3 All vehicles MUST be open to view from both sides and if not they will be disqualified. Entrance to the parade is free, prizes are awarded according to the number of entries. The decisions of the Scuttlebrook Wake Committee are final.
NOTE: Each contestant can enter one class only
Saturday 2nd June
The Fancy Dress entrants and Floats will assemble in Littleworth from 12.30 onwards
1.45 pm - Judging of the Fancy Dress at Littleworth. All entrants are invited to join the procession to the Square.
2.30 pm - Procession from Littleworth to the Square headed by Bretforton Silver Band. The Campden Morris Dancers will draw the trolley bearing the Queen-elect and Attendants.
3.00 pm - The new Queen is crowned by the retiring Queen. There follows the prize-giving by the Queen. Children from St Catharines school do some country dances and the Maypole will be danced by the children from St James’. After that the Campden Morris Men will perform. After the dancing, the band leads the parade to the Almshouses, where the Queen and her attendants dismount. The Parade is then brought back to Scuttlebrook, where the Queen officially opens the Fair.
The fair remains open til midnight