The annual Lambley village Show will be held on Saturday September 9 and Professor V M Pickering DL, the High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire will be formerly opening the event.
The event will be held in the Village Hall, Catfoot Lane, Lambley and on the adjoining field.
We spoke with one of the organisers, Alison Moss who told us all about this years event. She said that this year they are fundraising for village projects such as the refurbishment of the play ground equipment.
Alison said “There are craft, cookery, children’s section, flower, vegetable, photos and alcoholic drink classes on display in the hall, along with some fabulous catering by Lambley WI.
“The WI will be serving hot bacon and sausage cobs from 9.00 am alongside teas and coffees. In the afternoon delicious cakes will also be available, with tables and chairs available for a sit down.
“The show is being opened by the high sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Veronica Pickering.
“On the field there will be a fun dog show, with 5 classes, open to all dogs, entry on the day, commencing at 12.30 pm. Please note only assistance dogs are allowed in the hall.
“There will be a tug of war competition commencing at 1.30pm and a dance exhibition by the children of Brittany’s Dance School at 12 noon.
“Craft, charity and food stalls will open on the field at 11.30 am, alongside a mini funfair and ice cream van. A bar will also be available on the field provided by Fishkey Micro Brewery, The Woodlark.”
Pictured: The High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Professor V M Pickering DL (Courtesy of The High Sheriff’s Association)
Alison added “A tombola and raffle will also be held and an auction of produce and donated items will be held at approx. 3.45 pm following the presentations of the trophies for the horticultural show.”
“It would be lovely if we had lots of entries for the show, it’s just a bit of fun and not at all like the RHS! You have to be in it to win it. “
Lambley Village Show starts at 11.30am on Saturday September 9 and there is still time to enter a class for baking, crafting or horticulture.
There is lots to see and do including 30 stalls from local businesses.
Further information including contact details can be found on The Lambley Village Show social media account HERE.