The best of Bucks out on parade
Another good year for man and beast at the Bucks County Show
THE best of Bucks was out on parade last week as the county’s rural champions gathered for their annual show.
With more that 60 cattle classes and over 30 sheep classes some of the country’s best livestock was on display at the Bucks County Show on August 30.
The event at Weedon Park also featured around 80 equine classes and included qualifiers for the Horse of the Year Show and the Royal International Horse Show.
The Home and Garden marquee was filled with entries from people demonstrating their skills in cooking, wine making, photography, flower arranging, handicrafts and flower and vegetable growing.
There were also more than two hundred trade stands, a shopping marquee, a new larger food hall, a rural craft marquee and an enter- taining countryside area with demonstrations showing the rural way of life including vintage tractors and the ever popular Sheep Show.
One of the highlights of the day was a display by the Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch. The Metropolitan Police Activity Ride led by Inspector Danny Butler, was a fast moving display demonstrating inch perfect timing, total commitment and professionalism.