COVID-19 STATEMENT

The Committee of the Walcha Show Society advise all participants that the 2022 Show is being conducted under COVID-19 restrictions for the protection of all involved. Anyone entering any Show event and onto any part of the show ground during the conducting of the Show agrees that they are to comply with all requests from any member of the committee, and/or their representatives, consistent with the COVID-19 restrictions so imposed.

The Committee shall use their best endeavours to conduct the Show but in the event that because of COVID-19 the Show is cancelled at any time then all participants agree that on such cancellation they shall have no claim against the committee for any alleged loss of any kind whatsoever arising to them and caused by such cancellation.


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The Walcha Show will be a COVID safe event.
We encourage physical distancing, hand and personal hygiene.

Please do not attend the Showground if you are unwell.
Chief Steward Charles Koebel 0428 777 534

Entries close and will be accepted Thursday 10.30 am March 10 at the main pavilion

Entry fee 50c (non members)

CLASS A - OPEN
1
Cabinet making
2
Toy made out of wood
3
Small gift made out of wood
4
Article turned with wood
5
Article not mentioned in schedule
CLASS B
6
Restored furniture
CLASS C
7
Small article in metalwork
CLASS D - JUNIOR

Any article made out of wood

8
Under nine years
9
Nine and under 12 years
10
Twelve and under 18 years


Please collect entries at 5.30 pm on Saturday

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The National Recovery and Resilience Agency are proud to sponsor the 2022 Walcha Show. As well as supporting all disaster and drought affected communities around Australia recovering from hardship, the Agency combines expertise in natural disaster response, recovery and resilience to support impacted communities, with a strong on-the-ground presence and a guiding principle of locally-led recovery. They also deliver initiatives to reduce risk and lessen the impacts of future shocks.