Every show day we look up to the skies and hope that the
weather is going to be on our side. Well, it certainly wasn't this year. The rain and drizzle persisted most of
the day, but spirits were not dampened and those that braved the elements were rewarded with a fantastic
display in the tent and a wonderful exhibition of circus skills. Have a look at some of the pictures
In the Horticultural and
An abundance of high quality
entries in the tent, from flowers and vegetables to chocolate cake, jams and chutneys to mention just a
Despite the weather, visitors
were treated to a splendid show from "Let's Circus". Here's Steve in and out of a giant balloon. Don't try this
Inside the Craft
Local good causes and Northumberland National Park set up stall in the craft tent
alongside a demonstration of medieval wood turning.
The sack race is as popular as ever.
A good turn out in the sheep
show and plenty of chat
The "Famous" Ingram Hill
If you look
carefully you can see the runners heading up through the scree at the beginning of the hill
Thank you to all our
sponsors and donors, businesses and individuals, who generously support Ingram Show ensuring that the show goes
on year after year.