Squibb Freestyle display in action in the main arena at Wrangle Show.Squibb Freestyle display in action in the main arena at Wrangle Show.
Squibb Freestyle display in action in the main arena at Wrangle Show.

In Pictures: Thousands visit this year's Wrangle Show

Hair-raising stunts, strong man displays, animal action and live music drew in the crowds to Wrangle Show on Sunday.

The popular event, which had to be cancelled the past two years due to the pandemic, saw thousands of people from around Lincolnshire visit throughout the day.

Along with the stunt bikes headline act, the show also featured entertainment from a dog and ducks show, heavy horses, children’s sports, dance groups, a dog show, vintage tractors, and a Lancaster fly-past.

There was live music from the DreamBelles and Roy Raven and the Winkle Pickers, and a marquee of exhibitions featuring flowers, vegetables, fruit and artwork from local schoolchildren.

Marlene Fullwood, from the show’s organising committee said: “It was a great day, with seven hours of entertainment for those that came.

" There was some great music too. All the performances went well, and the Lancaster was a privilege to see.”

This year’s dog show attracted 228 entrants – a record number.

"That is the most we’ve ever had in the past 19 years of the dog show,” added Marlene.

Some of the proceeds from the show will be given back to local charities, with the rest being used to pay for next years’ show.

The organising committee is looking for more volunteers to help with next year’s show. Email [email protected] to get in touch.

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