Lindridge Show goes ahead at second attempt
All dressed up as a Princess and Knight at Lindridge Show were eleven year old Charlotte MacDonald and her six year old brother James sat on pony Toby. 1434_51002 (9389505)
Lorna Walsh from Bickley with four year old son Dylan and six year old daughter Emily who is sat on Toby. 1434_51003 (9389515)
The smile says it all as Claire Giles and Cefn Fedw Twinkle (ALL CORRECT) run out off the Young Stock section with first place at Lindridge Show. 1434_51004 (9389523)
The smile says it all as Claire Giles and Cefn Fedw Twinkle (ALL CORRECT) run out off the Young Stock section with first place at Lindridge Show. 1434_51005 (9389529)
Clee Hill nine year old Tilly Evans on Daisy conceded nine faults in the show jumping. 1434_51006 (9389761)
Angela Potter and Sarah Potter with nine year ol Soraya Potter wait for the dog show judging to start with Butercup, Starlight and Kyote. 1434_51008 (9389768)
Seventeen month old Cahrlotte Haigh-Butler and her 16 week old puppy Lola wait to enter the 'puppy class' at Lindridge Show. 1434_510010 (9389772)
THE postponed Lindridge Show went off well at the second attempt.
It had been scheduled to take place earlier in the year but had to be postponed because of heavy rain.
But the organisers were keen to get the show up and running and hundreds of people enjoyed one of the highlights of the summer in the Teme Valley.
The show included show jumping and exhibits of horses. It also featured a parade by the Ludlow Fox Hounds and judging of the many classes took place throughout the day.
Tenbury Town Band played during the afternoon and there was also a fund raising draw for the Air Ambulance charity. A donation from the event was also made to Lindridge Church.