Pymoor Show on Saturday Will Be Bigger and Better
THE Pymoor Show Committee is ready for its 10th Anniversary Show on Saturday. This year s event, which will take place opposite the Recreation Ground in Pymoor, is the biggest yet with longer opening hours, from 10am to 6pm, and more main ring activities
THE Pymoor Show Committee is ready for its 10th Anniversary Show on Saturday.
This year's event, which will take place opposite the Recreation Ground in Pymoor, is the biggest yet with longer opening hours, from 10am to 6pm, and more main ring activities than ever before.
The main ring attractions in this years show include:
David Deptford of Sovereign Quarter Horses is giving an American Riding Demonstration; Gun Dog display; Suffolk Punch logging demonstration; Country Dancing and Aerobics performed by Little Downham Primary School and Heel work to music. Back by popular request the Trials Stunt Bike Rider, Dog Agility demonstration, and Ferret Racing where the children can take part, plus the Vintage Rally and much more
New for 2008 is a Children's Petting Zoo where the children can pick up and handle various small animals and reptiles, including rabbits, snakes, lizards and spiders. There is also Novelty Dog Show, Horse Show, open to visitors, a Clay Shoot where experts and novices, as training will be available, can take part.
Other attractions include children's rides, games and entertainer, exhibits and displays, refreshments for all tastes, beer tent, livestock area with pigs, cows, alpacas, sheep, goats, ferrets and chickens. Sue Marchant, from BBC Radio Cambridgeshire, will be compeering the event.
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"The main objective of the show is to raise as much money as we can for charity and local amenities and to date we have given more than £60,000, a fantastic achievement," said a spokesman for the show.
This year, the main charities the show is supporting are: The British Heart Foundation, Cystic Fibrosis and The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution.
INFO: If you would like more information about the show, contact Steve on 01353 698569 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or John 01353 699606 e-mail email@example.com
Admission is £6 per adult, £4 per child over 8, £4 concessions, Family Ticket £16.