Tricks and treats at village show
THOUSANDS descended on Chalfont St Giles for the popular village show.
Visitors flocked to the event on Saturday and enjoyed traditional entertainments including a dog show, a fairground and craft demonstrations.
Spectacular displays in the main arena drew the crowds to watch a motorbike stunt team, the Dor- set Axemen, Pony Polo Cross and Vander Wheel of Death, while local groups showed off their talents in the community arena with displays of dancing and yoga.
The live auction raised well over £1,000 from bids for Wimbledon tennis tickets, beauty treatments and golf days and many others.
The honey show and competition marquee with more than 900 entries for flower, fruit and vegetable growing, arts and crafts.
A total of 37 trophies were presented, 11 of which were junior cups to children from pre school to years 10 and 11.
Surplus money is paid to local charities and other organisations which can apply for donations to their activities or projects.
A public review is at 8pm on Tuesday September 12 in the Gardens’ Association Hall.
The dog show was a popular attraction
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