29th Camrose Vintage Working Day starts this morning

ENGINEERING MAGIC: Tom Griffiths, from Wolfscastle with his working model traction engine at last year's Camrose Vintage Working Day.

ENGINEERING MAGIC: Tom Griffiths, from Wolfscastle with his working model traction engine at last year's Camrose Vintage Working Day.

First published in County News

The 29th Camrose Vintage Working Day promises to offer a wealth of attractions for all the family.

Taking place today (Saturday) at Folly Cross Fields, Camrose SA62 6JG, the popular event will be opened by Mr and Mrs Nigel Williams at 11am, and will run until 6pm.

Engineering enthusiasts can cast their eyes over vintage tractors, cars and motorcycles, steam engines, stationary engines and agricultural machinery.

Farming fans and curious visitors can enjoy sheepdog handling displays, dressed horses, sheep shearing, hay baling, threshing, corn cutting and tractor ploughing, as well as the EduPets Animal Experience.

Shoppers will be able to browse the car boot sale and trade stands, while various entertainments for children will be available, including a tug-of-war, and Keyston YFC is putting on a display.

Added to that already impressive list of attractions will be Woodcraft, a craft and model display, Allis Chalmers Paddock, Series One Land Rover Club, agricultural memorabilia and a range of quality refreshments, available throughout the day.

Admission will be £5 for adults, £3 for children.

 

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