A show of colour

PUBLISHED: 17:23 10 August 2006 | UPDATED: 11:56 04 May 2010

COLOUR ME BEAUTIFUL: Sisters Serina and Anne had their faces painted.

COLOUR ME BEAUTIFUL: Sisters Serina and Anne had their faces painted.

LITTLEPORT was alive with activity as people of all ages joined in the fun at Littleport Country Show on Sunday. Hundreds enjoyed the amusements including Sumo wrestling, go-karts and kangaroo boxing and there were plenty of stalls and other attractions.

VINTAGE POWER: Tony Banks shows off his 1979 Mark V 
Continental car. Photos: Geoff Durrant

LITTLEPORT was alive with activity as people of all ages joined in the fun at Littleport Country Show on Sunday.

Hundreds enjoyed the amusements including Sumo wrestling, go-karts and kangaroo boxing and there were plenty of stalls and other attractions.

Local radio stations Star Fm and Q103 broadcast from the show, covering the much-anticipated ferret racing competition.

Car enthusiasts were encouraged to bring along their prize possessions, which were on show to the public all day. There was a 1972 M50 Prototype Lotus Elise car, which had been raced around many of Britain's circuits, and several vintage motorbikes.

Youngsters, Jamie and Daniel, climbed into inflatable kangaroo suits at the Littleport Country Show on Sunday to try a spot of kangaroo boxing.

Charity organisations also attended the show, asking people to donate their time and effort to a good cause.

A portion of the profits, which are still being added up, will go to Milton Children's Hospice and Magpas.

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