Show successful

PUBLISHED: 12:36 11 October 2007 | UPDATED: 12:57 04 May 2010

THE final phase of this year s Pymoor Show was completed when cheques were presented to a number of charities. Dr Anthony Russell, the Bishop of Ely, presented £1,500 to the East Anglians Children s Hospice. The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution

THE final phase of this year's Pymoor Show was completed when cheques were presented to a number of charities.

Dr Anthony Russell, the Bishop of Ely, presented £1,500 to the East Anglians Children's Hospice. The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution received £1,000 and Pymoor Cricket and Social Club benefited from £500.

Show chairman Steve Knowles said: "It was so good to see the end product of all the hard work, especially as the show nearly didn't happen this year due to flooding.

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