Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Crowle Show

Photo: Chris Etchells
Photo: Chris Etchells

Preparations are well underway for Crowle show which is due to take place on Sunday July 15 at Godnow Road.

Horse and pony classes commence at 9am across 3 rings, whilst the main ring activities begin at 10.30am, these include the Joseph Peace Fire show and David Seamarks sheepdogs. This year, there are displays of fitness training by the Crowle Boxing Club, performances by Ruby Twirlstars Majorettes, Streetbeat dancers, horse and hounds and North Lincs Flyball team.

A new attraction is presented by the British Harness Racing Club who are showcasing 2 of their racing rigs in the hope of generating interest in the sport.

There will belots of vintage vehicles on display along with the produce, poultry, sheep, and cattle classes. Dogs are welcome and can be entered in ther fun dog show or the more energetic ones can have a try at Flyball for £1 a round.

There will be plenty of refreshments, craft and trade stalls along with fairground attractions, pony rides etc with something for all ages. Entry fees are £5 for adults £3 for children or concessions and a value family ticket for £10 for 2 adults and 3 children. A free minibus is available in Crowle and Ealand throughout the day, so you can leave the car at home.

The committee has worked hard throughout the year to put together this event, so now they would like to see lots of visitors enjoying the show and for the sun to shine.

If you want to know more, please visit the website at www.crowleshow.org.uk or find us on Facebook where you can also try to win free tickets for the show. For the soccer fans among you go early and enjoy the show, or for those who aren’t it could be the perfect place to escape to.