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PICTURE SPECIAL: The 33rd Bicker Steam Threshing and Classic Car Show draws the crowds, and the dogs




A fundraising tradition in Bicker that has continued for more than 30 years went ahead successfully on the village's Silver Hill Field.

The 33rd Bicker Steam Threshing and Classic Car Show, in aid of St Swithun's Church, included a display of vintage tractors, motorbikes, bicycles, as well as fairground organs, falconry by Derek Tindall, craft and model sheds and the East of England Poultry Club.

Members of the Vulcan Riders Association came to Bicker with their custom motorbikes, the Black Pig Boarder Morris Dancers came eastwards from Nottinghamshire to entertain the crowds and the event was rounded off by a fun dog show.


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