GALLERY: Wrangle Show 2014 was action-packed family fun day

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An eye-catching stunt show, horses, dogs and live music made for a fun-packed day at the 2014 Wrangle Show.

Wet weather on the morning of the event soon passed and visitors were treated to a dog show, heavy horses, a marching band, as well as mouthwatering home-made cakes .

Marlene Fullwood of Benington with her 1973 VW Camper Van.
Marlene Fullwood of Benington with her 1973 VW Camper Van.

Jez Avery’s stunt show and Billinghay-based The Ruffs were star attractions, as was chef Rachel Green, who rustled up some tasty treats for a demonstration.

The event is put together by a dedicated band of volunteers and raises cash to help keep it a regular fixture on the calendar. In the past it has also supported the football club, church and school.

Prices were frozen at 2010 levels to keep the expense down for visitors.

Show secretary Adele Trodd told The Standard: “The fact that people came away and said it was a really good day makes it all worthwhile. It was a successful show and we just want people to enjoy themselves and come back next year.”

Brendon Hutson 12 of Donington with his 1938 Lister D Type Engine.
Brendon Hutson 12 of Donington with his 1938 Lister D Type Engine.
The Ruffs performing at Wrangle Show
The Ruffs performing at Wrangle Show
Andrea Brummitt and Erren Wiltshire - Old Leake Youth Football Club.
Andrea Brummitt and Erren Wiltshire - Old Leake Youth Football Club.
 

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