The best of Bucks out on show
THOUSANDS of people and animals turned out at Weedon last week for a hugely popular agricultural show.
One of Buckinghamshire’s best attractions, the Bucks County Show, held on Thursday August 31 saw sheep, cows, horses and a huge variety of different activities entertain the immense crowds that head there.
This year organisers welcomed back The Household Cavalry Musical Ride, which is made up of the two most senior regiments of the British Army, the Life Guards and the Blues and Royals.
They gave a demonstration of military equine skills, precision, incredible trust and eye-watering bursts of speed.
The ever popular sheep show returned to provide both humorous and educational entertainment, featuring ‘dancing sheep’.
There were 60 cattle classes, more than 30 sheep classes, featuring some of the best livestock in the country, and around eighty equine classes which included qualifiers for the Horse of the Year Show and the Royal International Horse Show.
Along with the animal demonstrations, there was a home and garden marquee, hundreds of trade stands, shopping marquee, food hall, craft marquee and a countryside arena.