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21st Oct, 2021

Livestock, dogs, live music and more at this year's Hanbury Summer Show

THE Hanbury Countryside Show Society will be organising the Hanbury Summer Show to be held on Bank Holiday Monday, August 30.

Just for 2021, this new event will include a Dog Village, with a Fun Dog Show and demonstrations plus dog groomers.

The bandstand will showcase lots of local talent including Gary Barlow tribute, Jon Fisher and The Endings Band.

‘Hanbury Farmyard’ will be a display of livestock along with more unusual creatures.

Children’s rides, traditional crafts demo’s, historic vehicles and a horse show will also be running.

Richard Heath, director of the Hanbury Countryside Show Society said: “This show will include many of the normal features that we would have.

“It’s a celebration of the countryside, and it’s going to be an absolutely super family day out.

“The show is at its usual location, and we’re making a lot of effort to ensure the event is Covid safe.”

The COVID-19 pandemic has meant that the Society hasn’t held a show since July 2019.

The Show raises money for charities like the Midlands Air Ambulance and the RABI; whilst the committee can’t stage the normal full blown agricultural show, it was felt that efforts should be made to raise some money for these important charities by running a Summer Show.

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