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Crowds defy the weather to enjoy the Framlingham Country Show

PUBLISHED: 17:18 14 April 2019 | UPDATED: 09:22 15 April 2019

Hundreds of people attended this year's Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria Pertusa

Hundreds of people attended this year's Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria Pertusa

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The weather might not have been perfect for the Framlingham Country Show over the weekend, but visitors were determined to put on their warm waterproof coats and have a good time anyway.

Viking demonstration at The Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria PertusaViking demonstration at The Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria Pertusa

There were good crowds at the show on both Saturday and Sunday as people turned up to see the entertainment in the rings in front of Framlingham College – with cookery demonstrations and a Festival of Dogs – giving our canine companions the chance to show off their skills – to add to the fun of the weekend’s events.

Families enjoying the Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria PertusaFamilies enjoying the Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria Pertusa

On the weekend before it returns to our screens for it last series, there was even a display by Jonathan Marshall whose extraordinary riding skills have been seen in several episodes of Game of Thrones.

Families enjoying the Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria PertusaFamilies enjoying the Framlingham Country Show. Picture: Victoria Pertusa

The event has become a major curtain-raiser for the spring and summer events across the county, giving visitors the chance to blow away their cobwebs and enjoy an early country show.


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