GALLERY: Friskney show was ‘best ever’

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Crowds flocked to Friskney Show on Sunday in what is being called the biggest in its 11-year history.

There was a 1940s theme this year - with the Bannovallum Brass Band and individual singers dressed in period clothing all adding to the nostalgic feel. Co-organiser Trish Hunter said: “We had some veterans there on the day too and they were talking to the young ones all about the war. I think it was our biggest event ever.” Other attractions included a display of vintage vehicles, archery with Friskney Bowmen, a fun dog show, children’s fairground rides and Scottish Galloway Dancers.

Singers from Friskney All Saints Primary School

Singers from Friskney All Saints Primary School

Pictured, from left, is Jamie Bogg, five, from Croft, with Poppy the Jack Russell cross - dressed as Little Bo Peep and her sheep; Bo Howard, 10, from Spilsby, at the wheel of an Austin 7 Special with David Steels, from Candlesby; and singers from years three-six at Friskney All Saints Primary entertaining the crowds.