THE Camelford Young Farmers’ Club has had a good year at the show, with exhibits showing the talent amongst club members.

The tent was filled with exhibits from members, including scrapbooks, photo collages, animals made from toilet roll tubes, floral arrangements, food and Cornish jewellery, plus more.

Club chairman, Abby Haddy, was pleased with the turnout of entries. The YFC tent had a number of other activities on offer, including ‘guess the cow pat’ and ‘make your own smoothie’.

Abby said: “It’s going well. There’s been a lot of entries from different members. We’ve had other things going on too like guess the cow pat and make your own smoothie, which have proved popular.

“We’re just hoping to promote Camelford young farmers and hopefully get a few new members on board too.”

The competition includes two advisory entries, three boys and three girls classes and five mixed. The boy with most points was Lewis Bradley, while most points for the girls was Martha Bradley. Winners were presented with a cup by vice president, Harry Sandercock, which they are able to keep for the year.

Abby said: “We had our County Rally last Saturday so we were a little worried because people were focusing on that, but everyone brought out some really good things for the show today.

“They were giving everything a go!”

See this week’s Post for the results.