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The Shepherds Crooks and Sticks Competition begins at 12.30pm and
entries are taken on the day at the Secretary’s tent from 11 am.
The classes consist of
Shepherds Crook – Plain Horn
Walking Stick – Plain Horn
Crook or Stick – Ornamental Horn
Shepherds Crook – Plain wood
Walking Stick – Plain Wood
Crook or Stick – Ornamental Wood
Ladies Crook or Stick – Horn or Wood

Hound Trails
3.45pm – it’s the £50 Open Hound Trail sponsored by Nick Mowbray
5.00pm - it's the £30 Puppy Trail sponsored by Kentdale Landrover                     
5.30pm – it’s the  £50 Open Restricted Trail sponsored by Ambleside Tree Services
Entries are taken on the day at the Secretary’s tent.

At 2.30pm there is a Gun Dog Demonstration

Tradestands at this year's Show are:

Neil Salisbury Photographs Betty Fold, Ambleside www.bettyfold.co.uk
Hunting, Countryside and Lakeland photography

Lamberts Lancaster Limited of Lancaster www.lambertslancaster.co.uk
Stocking binoculars, telescopes and accessories

DV Townend and Co www.dvtownend.com
Outdoor clothing for men and women

Country Flavour www.country-flavour.co.uk
Delicious homemade produce

Westmorland Sheepskins www.westmorlandsheepskins.co.uk
Leather hats slippers and gloves

Hounds magazine

Oakbeck Forge

R & J Equine, Old School House, Fletchertown, Wigton, Cumbria.

Coffee Bug

Westmorland Group Riding for the Disabled
RDA Merchandise and Promotional material

E & S Feeds, Dalton Works, Deal Street. Keighley

Bettyfold Gallery
Sporting, Wildlefe and Scenic Images as framed and unframed prints and
associated items.


We are still taking entries for trade stands. We have a maximum of 24
trade stands. To enquire about our rates and availability, contact Show
Secretary: Mrs Sarah Hoggarth, 40 Guldrey Lane, Sedbergh, Cumbria
015396 21413 or 07980622253. Please note that we have a strict criteria
for tradestands which must fit with the ethos of our show. We turn many
requests from certain trade stands down, as they do not compliment the
ethos of the show and the visitors who travel the length of the country every
year, just to come to Rydal Show and catch up with old friends and relax,
really appreciate the fact that it has not become too commercialised.

For people interested in the history of the show – there is a small
Photographic Exhibition in the Secretary’s Tent.