Chorley sure to shine

Plans are being finalised for the family-orientated Chorley Show, which is taking place on Saturday 18 August from 11am until 5pm. The event features everything from majestic birds of prey to ferret racing; from the chance to hone your circus skills to vibrant African drumming displays; from the Cleobury County Archers to Bridgnorth Line Dancers, along with all the usual sideshows and the popular dog show.
The dog show includes 14 classes such as cutest puppy, best gun dog, best rescue and the coveted Best in Show medal featuring the endearing parade of pooches.

Show volunteer Joe Bubb says, “We hope to make this new show a huge success and a fantastic community occasion raising lots of money for two great causes – Hope House and the local Village Hall.”
The show also has a strong What’s What! connection, as judges for the dog show will be vets from Severn Edge Veterinary Group in Bridgnorth, who regularly contribute to our pages, while prizes are being donated by WW!’s dog health and grooming specialist Amy Stewart of Happy Tails Dog Spa, who says, “We’ve been involved with Chorley Show in previous years and we’re looking forward to supporting what will surely be a really enjoyable family day.”
For more information visit chorleyshow.org or find them on Facebook at Chorley Show.

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