Sunday fun days for all at Moulton and Surfleet

Chris Norman of Lincs Bashers RC cars shows crowd a model at Surfleet Carnival
Chris Norman of Lincs Bashers RC cars shows crowd a model at Surfleet Carnival

If Sunday was the last day of summer then those spending the day in Moulton and Surfleet certainly made the most of the weather.

For crowds turned out for Surfleet Carnival and Moulton Park Country Show to make the most of the sunny day.

Kim Randell and Alex McGregor get a Transported Arts makeover at Surfleet

Kim Randell and Alex McGregor get a Transported Arts makeover at Surfleet

At Surfleet there was fun at Glen Park and in the village hall. There was a helicopter display, dog show, stalls and raffles and Transported Arts carried out fun makeovers.

Act II Theatre Company sang war tunes, there was a model car display and drill demos from Spalding 1406 ATC, who also marshalled.

There were also stalls and raffles, children’s rides and a martial arts display by the Kuk Sool Won club.

There was plenty going on at Moulton too, with vintage tractors and classic cars, horse and dog shows and musical entertainment.

Martyn Stanley with 1937 International - the oldest tractor at Moulton Park Country Show

Martyn Stanley with 1937 International - the oldest tractor at Moulton Park Country Show

Children were also entertained by Cappa the Clown and had the chance to meet Spider-Man and grown-ups could tackle the Strongman Challenge.

Cappa the Clown makes balloons for Kelly Wright and Abigail Goodale at Moulton Country Show

Cappa the Clown makes balloons for Kelly Wright and Abigail Goodale at Moulton Country Show