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Bledlow's Back With Big Country Show

Country Show

12:05am 31st May 2014

With over 80 different trade, craft and catering stands - along with a farmer's market; organisers of the 2014 Bledlow Show say there's lots to do and see today!

The main ring attractions including sheep dog handling, a parade of hounds, vintage tractors and much more, there's a rural education zone for children and a great selection of local produce in our farmer's market for the parents, as well as working demonstarions, live competitions and plenty of local food and drink.

Featuring Bucks Young Farmers clubs' annual competitions day the show will see clubs from across the county battle it out against each other in competitions ranging from photography to tug of war and tractor reversing to flower arranging.
The show is organised and run by a team of past and present Princes Risborough Young Farmers to raise funds for the Bucks Federation of Young farmers clubs,

one of the largest youth groups in the country. Young farmers is open to anyone, its about fun and learning, with clubs having weekly meetings ranging from sports, farm tours, guest speakers, inter club competions, social nights and more. With over 5000 people expected to the show an exciting day should be had by the whole family.

We have aready have booked an advertising package with you to run next week but would love to get all the attention we can!

The Bledlow country show takes place at Manor House Farm, Bledlow. Princes Risborough (HP27 9PA).

Gates open at 10am

Bledlow Country Show

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