Ingram Show continues to flourish with visitor numbers and show
entries remaining steady. It seems our visitors really enjoy the show's rural flavour and traditional
events. We were lucky with the weather once again, as it stayed bright and sunny all
In the Horticultural and
A good level of entries once again,
particularly in the photographic sections, and the standard
Always popular, a good level of entries from dogs of all sizes.
Must make sure the grass is cut next year!
Entertainment on the field was
provided by our old friends Jimmy Slater with his children's inflatables Richard Bevin with his strength
testing Striker. Punch & Judy entertainment from "Uncle Brian" and you could try your hand at archery c/o
Kirknewton Archery club.
Inside the Craft
regular stallholders and some new faces inside the craft tent which was vibrabt with colour and buzzing with
The traditional sports are always popular, everything from
three legged races, sack races, terrier racing through to the bloster and bar and sheaf tossing shown
Standards as high as ever and a
good number of entries in the sheep classes, the heart of a country
The tatty dig has now become a
tradition at Ingram Show and takes place on Sunday. The wet and windy weather drove everyone into the marquee
but spirits not in the least dampened