It's impossible to talk about the show without talking about
the weather! Unfortunately the rain returned, but spirits were high and lots of people turned out to enter the
events and watch the fun:-
Before the day
In the Horticultural and Industrial Tent
The tables in the marquee were
groaning with cakes, jam, produce, vegetables, flowers and craft work.
Providing colour on the field,
Rag Bag Morris, who braved the slippery conditions to entertain with traditional dancing and
Our "old" friends "Heads on the
Block" took shelter with Sue, the face painter in the tent...
...and Jamie Woods brought along his Swiss Valais blacknose ewe, who also took shelter in the
marquee. You can just see the cutest lamb snuggling up behind her.
Not forgetting what Ingram
Show is all about:-
(Sheep photographs by kind
permission of Charlie Johnston Photography)
Everyone is a
Thank you to all our
sponsors and donors, businesses and individuals, who generously support Ingram Show ensuring that the show goes
on year after year.