Still going strong even after all these years, the Sturton and Stow Agricultural and Horticultural Association 132nd Show will be held on Saturday 5th October at Sturton by Stow Primary School. Locals and also visitors from further afield are all welcomed. Do go along and have a great day out visiting the ploughing match at Bransby crossroads, from 9.30am to 2.00pm and then go along to the show in the afternoon.
Not only will visitors be able to view all the exhibits, there will be various stalls including the local history society and also the Sturton and Stow Neighbourhood Planning Group.
As a special treat, a local resident is also making available for display his Model T Ford which is 100 years old this year! As Henry Ford himself said — you can have any colour you like, as long as it is black. Admission to the show is 50p minimum donation, 30p for children.
If you want to enter the show, entry forms are available in the schedule, which is available in the village shop and on the blog.
Signing up night is on Wednesday 2nd October, from 7.00pm to 9.00pm, at Sturton and Stow Village Hall, or via the blog at www.sturtonandstowshow.wordpress.com or by post to the secretary, Rebecca Andrews, West Farm, Normanby by Stow DN2 5LQ.
The show is at Sturton School, School Lane, Sturton by Stow LN1 2BY, from 1.30pm to 4.30pm on Saturday 5th October.
For further information please contact the chairman of the association, Mick Moore, on 01427 788681 or at email@example.com.