Sun shines on Moreton

Cotswold Life - - COTSWOLD SOCIETY -

The fan­tas­tic sunny weather brought out the crowds for the an­nual Moreton Show. One of the coun­try’s big­gest one-day agri­cul­tural shows has some­thing for ev­ery­one to do and see, taste and buy. That’s its ap­peal and what the or­gan­is­ers pride them­selves on pro­vid­ing. There were over 350 trade stands show­ing and sell­ing ev­ery­thing, from com­bine har­vesters to welling­ton boots and the very best of lo­cally pro­duced food and drink. Through­out the day the grand arena and at­trac­tions ring pro­vided thrilling en­ter­tain­ment and live­stock dis­plays.

Moreton Show Chair­man Steve Parkes and Pres­i­dent Ian Wills

Ni­amh and Ella Wor­rall

Chris El­lis, from The Killing­worth Cas­tle, and Fran­cis Green, the Cotswold Trai­teur, who pre­sented cook­ing demon­stra­tions at the Warner’s Bud­gens mar­quee

Horse of the Year Show qual­i­fiers at Moreton Show

Ge­off and Sue Rob­bins

Jake Har­ris and Alexan­dra Stevens with Milly and Dilly

Richard and Linda Hay­den with Bun­gle

Judges Ju­lian White and Mark Thomas

Lyne and Derek James with Archie

Sue and Mark Lut­man

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