130th show at­tracts a big crowd

Manjimup-Bridgetown Times - - News - Tari Jef­fers

Amelie, 10, and In­die Keogh, 8, both of Bridgetown, have a fun time at the 130th Bridgetown Show’s sideshow al­ley. More than 2000 peo­ple turned out for the an­nual show which fea­tured trade stalls, live en­ter­tain­ment and var­i­ous dis­plays.

Vis­i­tor num­bers were up on last year as thou­sands of peo­ple at­tended the 130th Bridgetown Show at the week­end.

The ex­hibitor with most points in the show was Beryl Sut­ton with 115. Most points in the Cen­te­nary Hall was Natalie Clynch with 67 while the best trade ex­hibit win­ner was Alf’s Ma­chin­ery.

Other win­ners in­cluded Milk Ma­chine (most in­ter­est­ing sta­tion­ary en­gine); Glass Blow­ing on Tim­ber (best stall ex­hibit); and Gold­ing Black­smiths (most cre­ative ex­hibit on grounds).

Pic­ture: Tari Jef­fers

A snap­shot of the var­i­ous vin­tage cars on dis­play at the show.

Chelsea, 4, and Char­lotte Jenk­in­son, 6, of Bridgetown.

He­len and Bruce Christie, of Bridgetown.

Ash­leigh Tas­sos, of Bridgetown, and her son Cooper, 2.

Al­i­son Rut­ten, of Bridgetown, and her daugh­ters Beth, 11, and Brooke, 6.

Matilda, 9, and Sam Do­herty, 12, of Bridgetown.

Some of the many veg­eta­bles en­tered in the 130th Bridgetown Show.

He­len Kings­bury, of Mul­la­lyup, and her grand­son Dean Boyle, of Bus­sel­ton.

Shirley Lowe and Al­i­son Woodall, both of Bridgetown.

A col­lec­tion of art­work by St Brigid's Catholic Pri­mary School stu­dents on dis­play in the pav­il­ion.

This "Bridgetown" Bar­que sail­ing shop replica was built by Robert Far­quhar.

John Bir­rane, of Bridgetown, and his son, Erik, 7.

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