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Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Earsham Hall and Langley Shows

Earshall Hall Country Show
May Bank Holiday we attended our first show of the year. This was a new show at Earsham Hall, nr Bungay. Luckily we had lovely weather for the day which made a pleasant change. We had the    usual club cars on show at Earsham Hall with the owners all glad to chill out in the sun.
 Forget my camera, so here's some phone pics.

Usual Norfolk contingent.

Nice roller.

Couple of old coaches.

The rich boys had prime spot in front of Earsham  Hall.

Military vehicles.

Was a really good day with non stop sun and blue sky. Not a great deal to do other than look at the cars and wander round the small auto jumble and craft stalls, but a good start for a new show and hopefully will be bigger next year.

Langley School Craft and Country Show
The following weekend was a lot cooler with blustery winds, usual story when we go to Langley School Country and Crafts show. This is normally earlier in the year but was postponed until last weekend due to bad weather.
Triumphs with a couple of XK8 interlopers, they brought Triumphs too.

Various classics.

Older classics.
Langley School.
 Luckily we where able to get nourished with bacon butties on arrival. There was the usual crafty stuff to keep Gill and the girls amused. The guys had to make do with looking at cars, traction engines, miniature railway, and some boys toys of radio controlled boats and lorries, oh and real ale and BBQ food too. As with most shows nowadays due to Health & Safety overkill and Risk Assessment's we have to commit to stay from early to late, so the gazebo came in handy to shelter from the wind and the threatened rain although this held off.

Next up this weekend we have a run, the MGOC Iceni run around Suffolk which is always well organised with a choice of routes. Hope the weather improves.

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