Sunday, 3 August 2014

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Wow - We had another successful Show
and the sun did shine.


Thank you to everyone who took part, won, lost
or just came to enjoy the day.


Thank you to Neil Denham Photographer.
And all our sponsors large or small.


See the Gallery for more photos
Full list of Winners to follow ASAP



























Entries are now closed.




See you on Saturday 23rd August
 
At Falstone Show.
 
 
For adverts in the catalogue contact Mr J Carse
before 7th August

 
For trade stands and tables in the craft tent contact
 
Mrs Gloria Armstrong. ASAP to secure your space
Tel 014340240964
 
 

Would all winners from last year - please return your cups and trophies in pristine condition to a committee member ,
prior to the show or on show day.
Thank you.
 
 
 

Sunday, 22 June 2014

Saturday 23rd August - See you at Falstone



2014 Schedule Now Available on this site -
all entries to be in by 28th July
 
New classes to commemorate Hexham Courant's 150th Birthday
 
New Challenge Cup to be won for one of the special classes.
 
All enquiries about adverts in the Show Catalogue and
stalls in the Craft Tent contact out Secretary.
 
If you've never been -
how will you know what you've been missing?

Sunday, 19 January 2014

Queens Hall does Falstone Show

Scanning Falstone Show 2013
Gallery One, The Queens Hall, Hexham.         
                        
Saturday 18 January - Saturday 1 March
Free Entry
no booking required
Scanning Falstone Show is a ScanLAB project that has used 3D scanning technology to document the 2013 Falstone Border Shepherds Show, a traditional village event in rural Northumberland.
The project enabled villagers and visitors to experience how this state of the art technology works while also creating a long-term legacy for a show that has been running for over 100 years. This exhibition presents a series of films generated from the scans as well as still images capturing individuals, animals and produce from the show.
Scanning Falstone Show was commissioned by Kielder Art & Architecture with support from Arts Council England, Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Queen's Hall Arts.
- See more at: http://www.queenshall.co.uk/whats-on/seasons-diary/808#sthash.HU89iz6w.dpuf


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