Don’t miss country show spectacular

Sheep steward at Wragby and District show Keith Blakey with two brothers Henry 8 and Oliver Stanton 4 who have reared these two Charolliais cross cade lambs. They are from Strubby Hall Langton by Wragby.
Sheep steward at Wragby and District show Keith Blakey with two brothers Henry 8 and Oliver Stanton 4 who have reared these two Charolliais cross cade lambs. They are from Strubby Hall Langton by Wragby.

The time has come again for the annual Wragby Show and Country Fayre taking place on Sunday, September 1.

With a year of planning put into this spectacular event it is definitely not one to be missed.

The main ring attractions at this year’s event will include the James Dylan Motorcycle Stunt Team, carriage driving and a birds of prey display with Ben Potter.

The music choice is sure to be a hit with all the visitors as The Billinghay Ruffs will be performing.

Hopefully the competition will be strong in all the classes this year. The categories include horticulture, showjumping, shire horses, rare breeds, cattle, sheep and poultry.

Dog showing and obedience is also set to be a popular attraction this year.

The event will also offer a wide variety of trade stands so there will definitely be something to suit all tastes. Local groups and organisations make good use of the show to raise funds for their causes. The ever popular display of vintage cars, motorcycles, traction and steam engines will also be there for everyone to enjoy.

Gates open from 9am to 5.30pm, admission is £6 adults and £2 per child.