Bamburgh Pavilion once again hosted a very successful village show on Saturday 8th September, 2018. In addition to the home-grown produce, the residents of Bamburgh and surrounding areas demonstrated their talents in a range of traditional crafts including knitting, crocheting and baking. The painting and photography sections were also well supported and the brand new Floral Art classes attracted entrants with exhibits of flowers arranged on a teacup as well as a range of interesting containers.
There was an outstanding response to the request for knitted hats for sick and premature infants a total of 166 making up the Bamburgh Baby Bonnet Bunting. The combination of money in the collecting tin and that from the Village Show Association made a total of £306.35 has been donated to the Tiny Lives Trust.
Show attendees were invited to vote for their favourite design which it is hoped will be translated into the reality of a tote bag to reduce the use of plastic in Bamburgh. This will now be considered for action by the Village Show Association.
The Village Show Association would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of the show and in particular, Big Sky, for the live music which helped to create a fantastic atmosphere and no doubt, supported the outstanding sales of prosecco.