IT will be a case of lucky for some, unlucky for others, when Weaverham Village Show reaches its 13th birthday on Saturday.
The popular event is going from strength-to-strength and this year boasts nearly 90 classes split between the adult and junior sections.
'There really is something for everyone, from flowers and vegetables to domestic produce, wine making and handicrafts to photography and art,' said spokeswoman Liz Gidley.
In the flower and vegetable sections amateur gardeners will find themselves spoilt for choice with nearly 30 classes available to enter including gladioli, dahlias, sweet peas and annuals plus vegetables, salad crops and fruit.
Flower arrangers and domestic goddesses are also well catered for and wine makers are invited to serve up a tasty tipple in three classes ranging from table wine to liqueurs - all home made.
Tatters, embroiderers and patchwork quilters will find plenty on offer in the handicraft section with marquetry and wood carving coming to the fore in the wood section.
Happy snappers are also offered plenty of choice with shields awarded in two age groups for the best photo of a community activity on Lakehouse Field.
A diverse junior section offers plenty of scope for youngsters eager to win prizes with classes for various art mediums, colouring-in and handicrafts up for grabs.
Exhibitors must be residents of Weaverham or Acton Bridge and the show is also open to pupils of Weaverham High School.
Exhibits will be accepted from 8am until 11am on Saturday, and the event is open to the public at 2pm followed by prize giving at 4pm.
More details are available from the community centre on 01606 854088.