News: Young Artisan of the Year

Posted on 4th December 2018

Sponsorships wanted for this prestigious award competition…

The Young Artisan of the Year Competition (YAY)  will be in its 33rd year in 2019.  The work produced by these young people is amazing and as the organisers we would like to attract more sponsorship if possible.  Last year over 10,000 people came into the marquee to see their work; it is always a great attraction at the show. Details of the competition are here

The brochure for the South of England Show is now available –

You can see on page 2-3 of the brochure the levels of sponsorship – platinum, gold , silver and bronze – which can be directed towards one or any of the events at the show.   In return there are free tickets etc and loads of publicity. Last year ‘The Arts Society’  raised  £2,500 for YAY, and this was the largest single sponsorship for YAY, so most of the sponsorship amounts are quite modest.

Further enquiries to Sue Ng, Co-Chair, Young Artisan of the Year , SoE Show 01444 459775  07805 255926   email s_ng@btinternet.com

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