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Last-minute touches to show plans

PUBLISHED: 20:35 17 June 2008 | UPDATED: 10:54 08 July 2010

The Wayland show, the oldest one-day agricultural show in the country, is due for the beginning of August and the organising committee is finalising the last minute details.

The Wayland show, the oldest one-day agricultural show in the country, is due for the beginning of August and the organising committee is finalising the last minute details.

Besides all the animals there will be the main ring attraction of a motor stunt team, vintage cars and tractors, gun dogs arts and craft marquee and the home and horticultural sections.

This year there is the new Taste Of Norfolk Marquee sponsored by Waitrose with all the best food and drink that Norfolk has to offer, and also the return of the horse show.

The show takes place on The Meadows, Brandon Road, Watton, on August 3.


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