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The Royal Norfolk Show 29-06-2011 | by Karen Roe
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The Royal Norfolk Show 29-06-2011

Hound Parade.

The Thurlow, Essex & Suffolk, Dunston Harriers, North Norfolk Harriers, Waveney Harriers, Trinity Foot & South Herts Beagles and the East Anglian Bloodhounds.


At the end of the parade they wanted all the children watching to come into the ring and meet the hounds close up.


The Royal Norfolk Show and it's day one and the sun is out. The barometer is set fair and temperatures are soon in the 20's as thousands pour through the gates for Britain's largest two day farming event.


The day before the showground has had a thorough soaking as the heavens opened. But it was sunshine all the way as town and country mingled, if never quite meeting, as is often the way, at the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Society's annual event. Ladies wore bold hats. And why not. There were prizes for them too as well as for the best turned out bull, sheep or sow.


The Royal Norfolk Show is the largest two-day agricultural show in the country. There’s more than enough to interest everyone; from the latest farm machinery, and livestock to sampling some of Norfolk’s finest produce. So whether you are visiting for business, education or just pure pleasure you can be sure of a great day out.

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Taken on June 29, 2011