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Tullow Show
Tullow Show

Tullow Show is a yearly trade show that helps promote local business and in turn, helps build a stronger local economy. Trade stands provide a colourful display for prospective customers with the promotion of quality food, crafts and many attractions for a nice family day out.

The Tullow Show hosts competitions for poultry, gardening, flower arranging and crafts. Home-made bread, cakes and jam attract many entries. In the School section work is presented in various categories, such as art, poetry, handwriting, and essay writing.

Tullow Show Competition of 2018
This year the Tullow Show took place on 21 August 2018. We had 18 winners in the School section. Our school also won the trophy for Best Large School! The Prize Giving ceremony took place on Tuesday 25 September in Tullow Community School. Well done to everyone involved!

The pupils who will receive an award are:
Darcy Gray
Ben Tracey
Chloe Roberts
Johnnie Sheppard
Reese Coleman
Darragh Roberts
Ben Priestley
Gavin O'Halloran
Sam Ronan
Eoin Sweeney
Alex Butler
Ciara O'Brien
Elijah Jordan Reid
Eve Elliott
James Kilduff
David Kilduff
Conor Kavanagh
Rhys Power Nolan

Tullow Show Competition of 2017
In theTullow Show Competition of 2017 we had 9 winners in the art and handwriting sections. There was a prize giving ceremony in Tullow Community School on 18th September 2017.

The pupils who received awards were:
Craig Roberts
Reese Coleman
Sean Dunne
Megan Doyle
Darragh Roberts
Róisín Carroll
Ben Priestly
David Kilduff
James Kilduff

We were absolutely delighted to learn that the school was the first winner of a new “Special Needs Perpetual Trophy”. Congratulations to the pupils in the ASD class, the teacher and the SNAS involved. It is a fabulous piece of sculpture – an owl. It is on display in the front hall of the school.
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