PICTURES: 37th Manifold Show

Scores of country fair revellers savoured the sights, sounds and smells of rural life at the 37th Manifold Show.

Sunday, 14th August 2016, 1:44 pm
Updated Sunday, 14th August 2016, 2:49 pm
Imogen Green competing in the beginner's jumping competition.
Imogen Green competing in the beginner's jumping competition.

An event which holds true to tradition, the show gave out prizes in displays showcasing sheep and cattle, horses and dogs.

It also boasted a selection of rural vintage machinery and tractors as well as arts, handicrafts and produce from residents.

And the fun didn’t stop there as horse jumping, carriage driving and terrier racing were on offer as well.

Charlie Smith was helping dad.

Organisers said it was a great family day out – and thankfully the weather stayed dry.

The event took place at the The Arbour in Ilam, near Ashbourne, on Saturday.

The showground is situated close to the Staffordshire-Derbyshire border.

Manifold Show mainly takes entries from the parishes bounding the course of the River Manifold.

Holly Wain with her family's winning entry in the butcher's lamb class.

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Heavy horses being judged in the main ring.
Cattle judging.
The top beef award went to this cow and calf shown by local farmer Bob Darlington assisted by Stephanie Blower.
Peter Hallam shows off his dog's duck herding skills.
Charlie Smith was helping dad.
Holly Wain with her family's winning entry in the butcher's lamb class.
Heavy horses being judged in the main ring.
Cattle judging.
The top beef award went to this cow and calf shown by local farmer Bob Darlington assisted by Stephanie Blower.
Peter Hallam shows off his dog's duck herding skills.