Parkes woman Kath Swansbra (pictured) will be recognised at the prestigious Parade of Champions at this year’s Sydney Royal Easter Show.
The Parade of Champions has been a showstopper with the crowds and is in its third year.
It takes place on Excellence in Agriculture Day, and celebrates members of the Show family for their outstanding contributions to the Show over the years.
For 25 years, Kath has had a long history with the cake decorating and sugar art classes at the Show.
In her maiden attempt, she became a Sydney Royal winner and has continued to win ribbons year in year out.
Kath is now a repeat winner of the Dorothy Evans Perpetual Trophy, which recognises excellence across the sugar art classes.
She says she’ll never forget the first time she won at the Show, and she looks forward to reproducing that winning feeling again this year.
President of the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS), Glenn Dudley, said the champions are the heart and soul of the Show.
“The Parade honours the people behind the ribbons; those who’ve been integral in showcasing excellence in NSW and Australian agriculture over some of the Show’s 191 year history.
The Parade of Champions will take place just before the Grand Parade on Tuesday, April 15.