Steaming ahead with exciting line-up for annual Henham rally
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Steam power, horse power and the Dog and Duck Show will all feature at the 44th Grand Henham Steam Rally.
The event will take place on September 15 and 15 at Henham Park, near Southwold, with unusual animal attractions alongside the steam exhbits.
Stuart Barnes and his Dog and Duck Show will use highly-trained sheepdogs to herd ducks in the Len Murray Arena. They have travelled all over the world working with wildlife and will give the audience insights into dog behaviour issues.
Also set to appear is Nigel Oakley from Rede Hall near Bury St Edmunds, who helps to keep alive the tradition of real horse power. He and his team will display both Shires and Suffolk Punch horses, along with a range of horse-drawn vehicles.
The event will also feature working steam demonstrations, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, tractors and commercial vehicles and a threshing demonstration, as well as a vintage fairground, crafts, trade and food stalls, chainsaw carving and much more.
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Acts set to appear on the live music bandstand include Ipswich Hospital & St Peter’s Band, the Rogue Shanty Buoys, Bungay Community Choir, Lowestoft Signing Choir and UKE3A Ukulele Band.
Rally favourites the Lowestoft Dog Agility Display Team and Ken Fox Wall of Death will also feature.
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The event raises funds for charity, and this year’s chosen causes are: UK Sepsis Trust, East Anglian Air Ambulance, Wrentham Community First Responders, SERV Suffolk & Cambridgeshire and Southwold Lifeboat.
There are discounts for booking in advance. You can also camp for the weekend. For more details and to book, visit the website.