Animals show their skills

Country show at High Mill Farm, Sherburn. Freddie Monkman of Seamer takes border collie Jess over the dog jumps. Photo by Dave Barry 112589d
Country show at High Mill Farm, Sherburn. Freddie Monkman of Seamer takes border collie Jess over the dog jumps. Photo by Dave Barry 112589d
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HUNDREDS of people enjoyed a day in the sun with their pets as they took part in Bramcote School’s Country Show.

The event, which is now in its second year, saw horse and dog based competitions draw in the crowds at High Mill Farm, in Sherburn.

Country show at High Mill Farm, Sherburn. Didn't get the name of this jumper. Photo by Dave Barry 112589b

Country show at High Mill Farm, Sherburn. Didn't get the name of this jumper. Photo by Dave Barry 112589b

Organiser Jina Tyler, who is secretary at the school, said: “The event went really well; everyone had a fabulous time.

“It was organised as a have a go event. Anyone with a horse, dog or a pony could take part no matter what their show experience.

“A lot of children took part, as well as some older people who hadn’t taken part in shows for years.

“We must say a big thank you to William and Fiona Cullen for the use of their land.”

Country show at High Mill Farm, Sherburn. Photo by Dave Barry 112589c

Country show at High Mill Farm, Sherburn. Photo by Dave Barry 112589c

The event raised £3,000, which will be split between the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and Bramcote for the Phoenix Foundation, which supports bursaries and scholarships.