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Seventeen-year-old student Emily Glass, from Hovingham, near Malton, who was enjoying ice cream with a group of friends, said: "I think it's really important. PIGS Best white breeding pig: R and P M Horsley, Acaster, York. Six ginger biscuits rolled: Miss A Wildsmith, Gillamoor. A piece of tapestry: Mrs M H Ollerenshaw, Rotherham. Cross stitch embroidery (Aida fabric) framed or unframed: Carol Johnson, Staithes. Age 10-11 years -- a verse or verses from a maritime hymn -- at least eight lines: Jessica Bell.
''It shows everything that Ryedale's got to offer and what's important to the people of Ryedale, which is obviously agricultural stuff. Best opposite sex to champion Scotch Blackface: P Turnbull, Pickering. Best blue-faced Leicester: Hannah Stenton, Pickering. WOMEN'S INSTITUTE TENT Best preserve: Sandy Reed, Cropton. Six ginger biscuits dropped: Mrs S J Myers, Rosedale. Cross stitch embroidery (Evenweave fabric): Miss C Milledge, Hull. Piece of crochet work (cotton): Mrs M H Ollerenshaw, Rotherham. Age 12-16 years -- a piece of prose about the sea -- at least 12 lines: Fay Hill.
Clydesdales Mare or Gelding four years old or over: Mr and Mrs E S Cumbor, Middlesbrough. ART & CRAFTWORK Watercolour painting: Ann Gent, Cropton. Pen and ink, line and wash etc: R Staples, Bridlington. Mixed garden flowers arranged in a vase (no mechanics): Ann Hartas, Middleton, Aislaby and Wrelton.
''They're still not as good as in the show's heyday, but they're slowly coming back. A hand knitted garment - quick knit - chunky: Mrs M Nichol, Pickering. Embroidery work - any medium (mounted or framed): Mrs J Johnson, Wetherby. Age 10-11 years -- a collage of things from the sea: Emily Minister.Visitors browsed a huge number of trade stands selling everything from wooden climbing frames and sand pits made by Duncombe Sawmill, Helmsley, to garden plants and pottery made by Eric and Daphne Hope from Thornton-le-Clay. Best beef animal shown by an exhibitor in show area: J and R Waind, Malton. Highest overall points: Molly Stephens, Kirkbymoorside. WI gaining most points: Middleton, Aislaby and Wrelton. Soft toy - knitted or crochet: Mrs P E Milledge, Hull. Soft toy - suitable for a baby: Mrs P E Milledge, Hull. Animals or birds, 7'' x 5'' or under: Jenny Richmond Brown, Middleton. Open classes Any knitted article: Victoria Minister. Any article in metal -- including jewellery: Emma Mayne. Jar of St Clement's marmalade: Susan Harlow, Pickering.Ryedale MP John Greenway said: "I always enjoy coming to this show. Looking at the horses you can see just how central they are to the rural life here. Best beef type bred by an exhibitor in the show area: Daniel Potter, Kirkbymoorside. TRADE STANDS Best trade stand: Nunnington Studios, Nunnington, near Helmsley. OPEN PRODUCE Best exhibit in group grain class: P Boocock, Kirby Mills. Most points in produce and cooking: C A Tennant, Great Smeaton. Plain chocolate cake: Mrs C A Tennant, Northallerton. A piece or patchwork (hand worked): Mrs M H Ollerenshaw, Rotherham. Any piece of pottery -- thrown or hand built: Lottie Missen. Produce Four cherry topped coconut pyramids: J M Wright, Cropton.Part-bred two or three-year-old Gelding or Filly: Miss Jane E Moore, Market Weighton. Hunter breeding Best small Brood Mare exceeding 148cm (approx 14.2hh) but not exceeding 158cm (approx 15.2hh) with own foal at foot: Messrs M & M Dodsworth and Grubb, Foston-on-the-Wolds.