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CLOSES MIDNIGHT FRI 1 MAY
DELIGHTS of Nottinghamshire’s heritage will be coming to Newark showground next month giving visitors the chance to knit their own scarf on a Victorian Framework Knitting machine.
Nottinghamshire folk have been Framework Knitting for more than 400 years and at this year’s Nottinghamshire County Show on 9 and 10 May, show goers will get the chance to learn about the talented craft from the Framework Knitters Museum.
AGRICULTURE students from Nottingham have teamed up with the National Farmers’ Union to grow potatoes for a display at the Nottinghamshire County Show.
More than 15 tubs of potatoes have been cultivated especially for a display in the Food Experience area of the two day show taking place on 9 and 10 May at Newark Showground.
VISITORS to this year’s Nottinghamshire County Show are being urged to buy their tickets before 1 May in order to save themselves £5 on admission price.
With less than 50 days to go until the show, the deadline is fast approaching for visitors to get their advanced tickets at a discounted price, with this year promising to be the biggest and best show yet.
The judge for JACOB SHEEP will now be
Mr D E Tuffney
not Mr J Newbrough as stated in the schedule
Native Pony In-Hand Small - Dartmoor Classes
Dartmoor Pony Society Star Show rules state that:
Colts 2 years old and over must compete as stallions and be entered in Class 119
The judge for Commercial Beef is Mr Chris Wright, Boston Lincolnshire
not Mr Chris White as stated in the schedule