A cracking Crowle Show coming up
Some great entertainment is in store at this year’s Crowle Show on Sunday. New attractions will include Flyin Ryan, known as Britain’s ultimate motorcycle stunt team, with polo demonstrations and all-in-one wrestling throughout the day.
These crowd-pullers will be in addition to all the traditional favourites such as horse showing and jumping, cattle and sheep showing, classic and vintage vehicles and a huge dog show with over 150 breeds involved.
A funfair and donkey rides will provide more excitement for younger show goers, with tug of war and brick-lifting competitions for the more competitive adults. Main ring events at the show field on Godnow Road begin at 9.30am. Flyin Ryan will perform for the first time at noon.
A free minibus will run people to and from the showground from pick-up points including Nicholsons Garage on Eastoft Road, Market Place, top of Godnow Road and the New Trent pub at Ealand. This year, Crowle Show was awarded a substantial grant from the SSE Keadby Wind Farm Community Fund. This allowed the committee to buy further storage facilities and extra equipment, to help with sustainability for future years.
To find out more about the breathtaking feats of Flyin Ryan visit their website at www.flyinryan.co.uk