First-ever Barlborough Country Fair a success

Show jumping at Barlborough Country Fair.
Show jumping at Barlborough Country Fair.
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The first-ever Barlborough Country Fair took place at the weekend.

Billed as a community event for all the family, the fun-filled spectacle was held in the grounds of Barlborough Hall School on Saturday.

Sophie Newton, seven, in a tractor wheel.

Sophie Newton, seven, in a tractor wheel.

It included show jumping, music, stalls – and plenty more.

A spokesman for Barlborough Country Fair said: “It was a great day and even the weather lent its support.

“We’d like to say thank you to all the visitors, vendors, stallholders, performers and attractions.”

Scores of people attended the event.

Bands perform music.

Bands perform music.

Commenting on its Facebook page, Barbara Mackenney said: “It was a lovely day.”

Emma Salt said: “It was fantastic! Huge thanks to all who organised it so well.”

Claire Lambeth said: “You should be thrilled it was so successful.”

Organisers are now looking ahead to next year’s fair.

Jessica, three, and Chloe Butler, five, from Clowne, enjoying ice cream.

Jessica, three, and Chloe Butler, five, from Clowne, enjoying ice cream.

For more information, search for Barlborough Country Fair on Facebook.

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Luke Cuddihy, six, from Spinkhill, takes a shot at goal.

Luke Cuddihy, six, from Spinkhill, takes a shot at goal.

Barlborough Country Fair.

Barlborough Country Fair.

Four Shires Bloodhounds.

Four Shires Bloodhounds.