By Adrian Murray
MORE than 200 people supported Tockwith & District show at their most recent fundraising event.
This evening hog roast includied a disco and live band held at Wharton Lodge Farm in Bilton in Ainsty.
Steve Oldfield, a big supporter of Tockwith Show, leant his barn for the evening and Greedy Zebra from Boroughbridge provided the live music.
A raffle was also held and the evening produced welcome funds to help cover the ever increasing costs of putting on the popular agricultural shown, known as “the little show with the big reputation.”
This year’s Tockwith & District Show will take place on Saturday, August 6 from 9am-5pm - and promises to be better than ever.
There will be an even bigger farmer’s market, including cookery demonstrations all day.
There will also be horses, fur and feather, sheep, pigs, working crafts, main ring events, farrier’s competition, tractors, vintage cars and so much more. Schedules are out now so entries are now been taken for all classes.
There is no charge for parking and children under 16 go free.
For more information visit www.tockwithshow.org.uk