Terms and Conditions
All Exhibits: Must be the original work of the exhibitor, completed within the last 12 months and must be ready for display.
Entry Fee: Seniors $2 per entry and juniors $1 per entry.
Exhibits collection: All exhibits must remain on display for the duration of the show, including items sold, and can only be picked up after 4pm Sunday, or Tuesday and Wednesday between 9am and 12pm at the Trevor Toms Pavilion.
General Entries for: Art, Crafts, and Needlework will be accepted on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th February 2023 between 5pm and 8pm. The craft entries are to be taken to the Trevor Toms Pavilion, Artwork to the Pam Green Pavilion, Needlework to the Needlework Pavilion. Any item received soiled, damaged or washed (with the exception of spun or woven items) will not be accepted.
Cooking Entries: To be delivered to the Needlework Room between 8am and 10am on Friday 10th March 2023
Horticulture entries by phone.
Entries are to be bought in via Kent St entry point.
Only one pass will be issued to an exhibitor for five entries or more in any one Category.
Classes will only be judged and prizes awarded if there are 3 or more entries in the class. A judge may overrule this condition if the judge deems the entry to be of a high standard.
Entry Forms: A copy of your entry form/forms must be retained by the exhibitor for collection of your exhibits.
Prize Money: Collection of prize money will only be issued after 4pm on Sunday.
Exhibits: All exhibit and entry forms must be marked either Not for Sale (NFS) or For Sale with the price clearly marked. A 10% commission will be charged on all sales.
Judging: Judges reserve the right to re-classify an entry with the judge’s decision being final. No correspondence will be entered into.
Security: All reasonable care is taken to ensure no loss or damage to exhibits left in our care. However, no responsibility will be taken by the Blacktown City Show Society Inc. for any loss or damage to any exhibit.