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South Norfolk on Show to return for ninth year this summer

PUBLISHED: 11:51 06 June 2018 | UPDATED: 11:51 06 June 2018

South Norfolk Show. Toby Fearn, 5, on a 1935 Leyland CubFK1 fire engine last year. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

South Norfolk Show. Toby Fearn, 5, on a 1935 Leyland CubFK1 fire engine last year. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

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South Norfolk on Show is returning for the ninth year this summer with a roster of activities for everyone to enjoy.

South Norfolk Show. Ponies from Redwings Horse Sanctuary last year. Picture: ANTONY KELLYSouth Norfolk Show. Ponies from Redwings Horse Sanctuary last year. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

A mad science show, strong woman and live music is just some of the entertainment on offer at the council offices.

South Norfolk Council’s deputy leader Michael Edney said: “The show is always a fantastic day, with families enjoying the very best of what the district has to offer.

“As well as some brilliant entertainment, great local food and the many stalls selling local products, people will also get a chance to chat to our staff and find out more about all our services.”

Glitter face painting, a table tennis challenge and a bouncy castle will also be at the Long Stratton office and visitors will have the change to make a commemorative poppy which will form part of a WWI installation.

South Norfolk Show. Bollywood Sparkle entertaining the crowd last year. Picture: ANTONY KELLYSouth Norfolk Show. Bollywood Sparkle entertaining the crowd last year. Picture: ANTONY KELLY

South Norfolk on Show runs from 11am to 4pm on Sunday July 1.


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