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Top traditional attractions are on show’s bill
11:40am Saturday 2nd June 2012 in Local news
Pygmy goats and vintage tractors will be among the many traditional attractions on show in Askwith next weekend.
The 2012 Askwith Show, which takes place on fields behind the village hall from 9.45am on Saturday, June 9, will also have horses, sheep, pigs, produce, poultry and handicrafts on display.
Younger visitors should enjoy a 1pm dog show and some of the cuter and more unusual animals being exhibited, which includes llamas and baby calves.
There will also be a visit from the Airedale Beagles, plenty of children's entertainment and a variety of stalls in a show that secretary Adele Marston says will be a thoroughly family friendly day out.
Some stalls are still available and can be booked by calling Adele on (01943) 850883 or 07506 867144.
Last year's Askwith Show benefited from sunny weather and attracted large crowds.