Going potty

Home Industries head steward Amanda Mathers is pictured at last year’s show with Colleen Williams’ terracotta pot people. Picture by Paul Rickard

Entries for the Home Industries section of the annual Poverty Bay A&P Spring show next month have closed with 2056 entries received — more than for some years.

“It’s well up on last year and the first time for several years we have exceeded 2000,” a Show spokeswoman said.

Dog trial and dancing entries have closed too, with good entries for both categories. Entries close tomorrow for dairy goats, shearing and chopping, and equestrian entries close on September 30.

The spokeswoman said only a few trade sites were left in the Corson Wine and Food Expo.

“Everything else is full.”

Entries for the Home Industries section of the annual Poverty Bay A&P Spring show next month have closed with 2056 entries received — more than for some years.

“It’s well up on last year and the first time for several years we have exceeded 2000,” a Show spokeswoman said.

Dog trial and dancing entries have closed too, with good entries for both categories. Entries close tomorrow for dairy goats, shearing and chopping, and equestrian entries close on September 30.

The spokeswoman said only a few trade sites were left in the Corson Wine and Food Expo.

“Everything else is full.”

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