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Live: Your tweets, photos and views from the Suffolk Show 2014

16:19 28 May 2014

Suffolk Show Day 1.

Suffolk Show Day 1.

Day one of the Suffolk Show is set to be a wet one but the farming community are ignoring the weather and the show is now well under way.

Throughout the day we will be bringing you a round up of your news, views and photos from Trinity Park.

Join us by tweeting #SuffolkShow.

 

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  • I suppose the farming community is more used to working in this sort of weather so hopefully those who are not will make the effort to support all the hard work of the exhibitors and contributors.

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    DALINE

    Wednesday, May 28, 2014

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