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Looking after a stall

Post by yorkiegirl on Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:11 pm

We are asking if anyone would help out on one of the many stalls we will have.
If we have enough volunteers it will be a couple of hours each at the most.
Please only volunteer though if you really are willing to help out for a few hours.
We will need help on the following :-

Registration Tent - Pat & Ewan
Bouncy Castle -
Cake & Preserves Stall -
Refreshments -
Burger Stand - Gordon & Frazer
Teddy Tombola -
Normal Tombola -
Craft Stall -
Rescue & Dog Accessory Stall -
Raffle Ticket seller -
Tote Seller -
May be a few more added but that is all so far. If we could get 2 people per stall taking it in turns that would be great.


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by jaguar on Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:37 pm



B.B.Q.the boys said they will do it if that is ok.
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Post by yorkiegirl on Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:38 pm

jaguar wrote:

B.B.Q.the boys said they will do it if that is ok.

I did think they would but did not want to assume. They did a bliddy sterling job last year


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by Guest on Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:45 pm

I could make some handmade cards for the craft stall. I would have to post them to someone though as I don't have transport unless some kind soul from the North is going down to Grantham and could pleeeeese give me a lift and then I could help out on the craft stall itself.
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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by jaguar on Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:49 pm


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Re: Looking after a stall

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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by teresav on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:14 pm

Not sure where to post this - what size marquees do you need? Need to sort out stock to see what we can deliver
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Post by yorkiegirl on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:18 pm

teresav wrote:Not sure where to post this - what size marquees do you need? Need to sort out stock to see what we can deliver

Gosh not sure scratch is this for the main ring please? If so it will need to be a lot bigger than we had last year as it was such a gteat day some classes were a bit cramped. What sizes are there please?


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by jackie_stout on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:27 pm

Not volunteering! didn't last year and ended up on registration stall so will be a floating volunteer this year. lol!


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by Marion on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:31 pm

jackie_stout wrote:Not volunteering! didn't last year and ended up on registration stall so will be a floating volunteer this year. lol!

Me too, have booked to stay at the Angel from Sat till Mon wiv me dogs lol. so will be on hand for anything.. cheers .and you know where the party will be after and maybe ..or probably the night before

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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by teresav on Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:40 pm

From what I saw last year, I think a 9m x 6m (20' x 30')marquee for the stalls and 9m x 9m for the show ring (probably had half that last year). Depending on weather we will put windows in, which can be removed if weaher is good.
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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by frazer149 on Wed Feb 08, 2012 9:09 pm

SUE SUE SUE i will only do the BBQ if you spell my name right Evil or Very Mad

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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by teresav on Wed Feb 08, 2012 9:15 pm

Told you we need a spell check
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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by yorkiegirl on Wed Feb 08, 2012 9:28 pm

teresav wrote:Told you we need a spell check

creep!!!
Fraz I will spell it how I please


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by yorkiegirl on Wed Feb 08, 2012 9:30 pm

teresav wrote:From what I saw last year, I think a 9m x 6m (20' x 30')marquee for the stalls and 9m x 9m for the show ring (probably had half that last year). Depending on weather we will put windows in, which can be removed if weaher is good.


Wow thank you so much. That will be absolutely fab. Keep that hot sun of the doggys bless them. Gonna be a great show this year. It was great last year, but every year we learn more.


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by frazer149 on Wed Feb 08, 2012 9:35 pm

Sue you really do need a spell checker you miss spelt please




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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by rosalie on Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:18 pm

Has anyone heard of a dictionary? Laughing if I have spelt it right that is.

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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by Guest on Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:37 pm

rosalie will are you taking the furbabies ??? have had 2 years to make the perfect poppy napping coat so may just be seeing you there Razz
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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by yorkiegirl on Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:07 pm

annie.i wrote:rosalie will are you taking the furbabies ??? have had 2 years to make the perfect poppy napping coat so may just be seeing you there Razz

Cool You will need much bigger pockets this year Annie Hide


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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by rosalie on Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:17 am

annie.i wrote:rosalie will are you taking the furbabies ??? have had 2 years to make the perfect poppy napping coat so may just be seeing you there Razz



I was thinking I would leave them at home, the way hubby was playing up last year and taking that many they all want to run free, not on leads.

We will not know if we can come until much nearer the time because of work. Not sure even if we will have the same size car either. 12 fitted in nicely in the Previa in cages.

Will come prepared for Poppy snatching even Misty as well. Laughing
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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by Teddy's Mum on Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:31 pm

where is the show and when, sorry if I've missed the details Embarassed

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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by Marion on Thu Feb 09, 2012 1:39 pm

Teddy's Mum wrote:where is the show and when, sorry if I've missed the details Embarassed

Click "Dog Show 2012" at top of this page and click on th sticky all details there

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Re: Looking after a stall

Post by Guest on Thu Feb 09, 2012 8:14 pm

i wasnt forgetting misty was trying to redirect if you think i am after poppy you might take your eyes of misty may have to work the saturday yet but will be setting off at the crack of dawn on the sunday so will be there to help cover dinner and loo breaks ( for all those who forget there tennas) lol!

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