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Beckbury show

In just five years, the Beckbury Show has grown beyond recognition to become a significant event in the county, with over 4,000 visitors streaming through the gates in 2014.

This year’s show takes place on Saturday 5 September and is shaping up to be the biggest and best yet, with a produce show, a fun dog show, vintage machinery and plenty of stalls and refreshments.

A truly local affair, the Beckbury Show’s objective is to raise money for local charities; to date over £40,000 has been donated to a number of charities including Severn Hospice, the local branch of the WI, Beckbury Village Hall, Beckbury School, Kemberton-based Kaleidoscope Theatre and a Christmas party for Beckbury’s senior residents, to name but a few.

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