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Bluebell Makes a Winning Donation
Congratulations to young Bluebell Harrison from Blockley who won the top prize in Moreton Show’s summer competition and then generously gave it away to children the Little Pickles Nursery in Longborough.Bluebell, who is nine years-old, became the proud owner of a splendid pedal tractor – kindly donated by Lower Quinton Garage – when her name was plucked out of the hat on September 5, which would have been show day.But Bluebell, who also won another of the summer competitions with her recycling sculpture, decided that she was a bit too big for the tractor and donated it to the nursery which is ..
Missing Moreton Show
Moreton Show may be cancelled for this year but the man heading preparations for 2021 has insisted that everything is being done to make sure that one of the country’s biggest one-day agricultural shows will be back.Moreton Show should be happening on Saturday, September 5 but, like every other major event in this country, it is not being held because of the Coronavirus. Tom Hayman-Joyce, the local estate agent who takes over from Ed Hicks as Moreton Show chairman for the next two years, said: ‘The decision was made to cancel this year’s show back in June and events have proved us right. ..
BEST DRESSED YOUNG FARMER!
Moreton Show has launched an online fancy dress competition for children this summer.The show is looking for the ‘Best Dressed Young Farmer’ and the winner will receive a Family Ticket to Moreton Show 2021.Moreton Show’s Rose Smith said: ‘We’re so sad that we had to cancel this year’s show because of the Covid-19 pandemic but we decided we’d still like to have some fun for the children.‘The next generation is important to the future of Moreton Show.  Over the next few weeks, we’re staging some fun competitions so that children can still enjoy themselves with Moreton Show.’The show is look..
Moreton Show Looking Ahead
When the warning bells about COVID-19 were first sounded back in January, few, if anyone in the north Cotswolds thought for one moment that the ramifications would affect the area’s premier agricultural show scheduled for the first Saturday in September. It was surely too far away.Like every other public event of any size, however, Moreton Show accepted its fate in early June and took the difficult decision to call a halt to all its preparations. It meant that, for only the fourth time in its proud history, Moreton Show would not be taking place.Previously, it was foot-and-mouth disease in 195..
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