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Bretforton launches its First Ever Village Show

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Bretforton has announced the launch of its first ever village show which will be taking on Saturday 14th September, in the magnificent grounds of Bretforton Manor, Main Street, Bretforton, Evesham, Worcestershire WR11 7JH between 2.00pm and 5.00 pm. It promises to be a fun-filled event for the whole family with a produce competition as its centrepiece. There will be plenty to see – from flowers, vegetables, fruit, floral art, wine, poultry, cookery and photography, along with activities for children.
The event will also feature other entertainment, including a performance by Bretforton’s very own Silver Band, along with demonstrations by the Worcester Barn Owl Conservation Group and the Worcestershire Beekeepers, Morris dancing, craft stalls, refreshments and a real ale tent from the Fleece Inn.
More information can be found on the Show’s website at www.bretfortonshow.co.uk, on the Bretforton Show Facebook page and on Twitter www.twitter.com/BretShow

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