Fillongley Show

The Showground,
Church Lane,




We are having a virtual Easter Competition!!

There is a range of classes for all age groups that you can enter.

Vouchers will be awarded for 1st place and certificates will be awarded up to 3rd place.

Entry is FREE for all under 16 year old classes.

Age 8 and Under Classes

E01 – Easter Bonnet
E02 – A Decorated Hardboiled Egg
E03 – Easter Colouring Page. Click to download.


Age 9 and over classes

E04 – Easter Bonnet
E05 – A Decorated Hardboiled Egg
E06 – Easter Colouring Page. Click to download.


Open classes

There is a minimum donation of 50 pence for all open classes.

E07 – Easter inspired cake (Judged on decoration only)
E08 – Easter floral arrangement (No larger than 50cm)
E09 – An Easter basket of coloured eggs (At least six eggs of three different colours)

Entry Rules

Photo entries only.
All entries to be submitted by 05.04.21 to

Please include class number in email subject and enclose name, age and address along with photo entries.
Payment to be made by BACS to the secretary upon receipt of entry.





It is easier than you may think to make a stunning wreath to hang on your door or gate. The following two videos show you just how easy. By walking round your garden with some secateurs, you can collect enough material to make a winter or Christmas wreath for yourself or as a gift.

This video shows how to make a wreath with a natural ring made from willow or hazel twigs and foliage from the garden:

This one uses a metal form (a circular double ring), which can be found online, at florists (if they are open) and stores such as HobbyCraft and only cost a few Β£s:

You will need either a wreath form or some fine willowy branches from your garden (or your neighbours!) and some fine winding wire, as explained in the videos. All you need to decorate the wreath form are bunches of greenery, seed heads, flowers etc from your garden. You can always add anything else you like, such as baubles, beads, ribbons and Christmas decorations.

Children can also join in the fun, collecting foliage such as holly, ivy and evergreen leaves.

Once you have made your beautiful wreath, why not send a photo to our Facebook page to inspire others!



AGM 2021

A date for your diary next year. We will be holding the AGM on Tuesday 30th November 2021.





The results for the Farm and Field competition are now available, to view the results click on the link below.

Farm and Field Competition 2020 Results




The results for the Virtual Pumpkin Carving competition are now available, to view the results click on the link below.

Virtual Pumpkin Carving Competition 2020 Results





This year due to the continuing Covid-19 situation the Annual AGM meeting will be held via Zoom on Monday 30th November 2020 at 7.30pm.

Should you wish to attend then please contact the Secretary directly using this link




πŸ–€ The Agricultural Society are back with yet another virtual competition for you all! Lets see who can carve the most creative, spooktastic pumpkins! πŸ–€

🧑 AGE 8 AND UNDER Classes 🧑

PK01 – Individual unique pumpkin
PK02 – On the Farm Pumpkin Scene

πŸ¦‡ AGE 9 and OVER Classes πŸ¦‡

PK03 – Individual unique pumpkin
PK04 – On the Farm Pumpkin Scene

πŸŒ™ Rosettes awarded to 3rd place πŸŒ™

Entry is FREE.
Please note these are for photo entries only.

All entries to be submitted by 31.10.2020 to

Please include:
Class number in email subject
Enclose Name, Age and Address along with photo entries.




The results for the Virtual Garden Photo Competition are now available, to view the results click on the link below.

Virtual Garden Photo Competition 2020 Results





The results for the Virtual Horse Show are now available, to view the results click on the link below.

Virtual Horse Show 2020 Results





In the absence of a Fillongley Show this year due to the Covid virus,
The Society is pleased to offer a
Competition for Gardens and Allotments by Photograph
open to anyone who lives, or has an allotment, within 10 miles of Fillongley Church.

This is a fun, free-to-enter competition of garden produce – flowers and vegetables – to be submitted by photograph only, rather than a photographic competition.
Only one entry per person per class but adults can enter all 3 classes.
Amateur gardeners only may enter.
All entries must reach us by midnight of 9th August.
The Garden Photo sub-committee will judge the classes.
Your name and address should be included with your photographs and sent ONLY by email. (The address is for postage of rosettes only and will not be shared with other parties.)
Names of winners and general location (such as Jane Smith of Meriden) will be shown alongside winning photographs. If you prefer us not to use your full name or location, please state this on your email.

Rosettes will be given to 3rd place for adults and 6th place for children.

All entries to be submitted by email to –
by midnight Sunday 9th August 2020

Classes and Rules

Maximum of 2 photos of the garden plus 2 photos of specific interest – optional (eg close up of runner beans or dahlias) Total 4 photos per class.

Class 1: Flower Garden
Class 2: Vegetable Garden or Allotment (fruit and/or vegetables)

Class 3: Hanging Basket or Container of Growing Flowers or Vegetables
(maximum of 2 photos only)

Child’s own Flower or Vegetable Garden or Container (maximum of 2 photos).

Class 4: Children up to and including 5 years.
Class 5: Children aged 6 – 9 years.
Class 6: Children aged 10 – 16 years.

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Important Notice

It is with deep regret that the committee have decided to take the hard decision of cancelling the show for this year 2020 due to Covid 19.
We will be back in 2021 and we hope to make the show bigger and better and celebrate all that is good within our community!

We know that all members look forward to the show and pencil in the date as they pay their annual subscriptions. As devastating as the decision to cancel this years’ show is please be assured that the members of the General Committee and the Executive Committee continue to work hard dealing with local business and collaborating with national bodies.

Should any member wish to have a refund of their subscription please let Claire White know and the Treasurer will be asked to make payments. It would help us to manage our budget if anyone wishing to have a refund would let us know by the end of May. Those subscriptions that we are permitted to keep would then be seen as generous donations that would help us to plan a great show in 2021.

The committee would like to thank everyone for their continued support, we value all that you do for us as a society. We will send out a newsletter to update everyone on ongoing developments and new ideas.
Keep safe in these difficult times.

Kind regards
Cathie Barrs
Chairman of Fillongley Agricultural Society


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