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A new look for the 2019 Crowland Show with fresh attractions


By Spalding Reporter


The Crowland Show returns on Saturday, June 29, with a variety of attractions and a vintage theme at Snowden Field.

Taking place throughout the day includes the always popular dog show where entries are welcome on the day until 12pm for a fee of £2.

At the Crowland Show last year: A quartet promote Ayscoughfee Hall and Garden's Forties Weekend which was held in Spalding. This year's Crowland Show has a vintage theme. Photo by Tim Wilson. 230618139SG. (2731237)
At the Crowland Show last year: A quartet promote Ayscoughfee Hall and Garden's Forties Weekend which was held in Spalding. This year's Crowland Show has a vintage theme. Photo by Tim Wilson. 230618139SG. (2731237)

There are various categories in both the pedigree and novelty classes, with the champions from the classes meeting in the best in show competition.

Visitors will be able to walk around the ring and check out a selection of vintage cars and motorcycles and farm vehicles.

Entertainment will be provided from acts 'The '40s Home Front' and the return of the 'Blighty Belles', with guests invited to dance along to the music.

Andrew Fox with his Irish wolfhounds Betty and Arthur at last year's Crowland Show. Photo by Tim Wilson. 230618135SG. (2731231)
Andrew Fox with his Irish wolfhounds Betty and Arthur at last year's Crowland Show. Photo by Tim Wilson. 230618135SG. (2731231)

The Crowland Gold Cup is a brand new event, run by Crowland Amateur Dramatic Society (CADS) - that sees competitors dressed as pantomime horses competing to win the race. It replaces the former horse show.

And the Crowland Women’s Institute are holding competitions on the day with cookery, children’s classes (under 11 years), photography, arts, crafts and flower sections.

To top it all off, is Party in the Park - an all day music event on the field.

CROWLAND SHOW: Sitting on the steps of a showman's wagon at last year's event are Reece and George Bennett, Joanna Fielding and Jack the dog. Photo by Tim Wilson. (2728745)
CROWLAND SHOW: Sitting on the steps of a showman's wagon at last year's event are Reece and George Bennett, Joanna Fielding and Jack the dog. Photo by Tim Wilson. (2728745)

Wristbands are available to buy on the day so attendees can come and go as they please, and are invited to bring their own gazebos and picnics whilst enjoying the local artists.

For more information, you can visit www.crowlandshow.co.uk

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