130th show attracts a big crowd
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).
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.