Upper Breamish Valley near Alnham Moor (by James Bone)


Ingram Show 2016

We were prepared for anything weatherwise after last year's disappointing lack of sunshine, but we needn't have worried. The day started bright and sunny and stayed that way. Here are some images of the day:-


In the Horticultural and Industrial Tent 

A bumper number of entries filled the tables in the marquee, we'll be setting up extra space next year.

Sticks!                   Children's entries  

Fabulous display of tomatoes and veg                 Handicrafts




The main arena attraction this year was Mark Wylie's "Drakes of Hazard", the duck shepherding sheepdog  

The antics draw smiles from the crowd  Drakes of Hazard 

People not as good as the dog   The dog drives the ducks around the obstacles


Inside the Craft Tent  

Lots of colour and variety from local craftspeople and our favourite charities.  

A view of the craft tent     Ingram Church represented by Mary and Jane

Hospice care crafters



Dog Show

After being rained off last year, it was good to see lots of entries this year.

Child handlers    Dogs on their best behaviour

Sabine judging     Show Champion     


Sheep judging 

Not forgetting what Ingram Show is all about:-

Checking out the competition  Judging underway  Plenty of advice available


Pony Sports

A wonderful turnout from all the young pony riders.

All out round the obstacles  Encouragment from everyone  Obstacle race?

Out and About

Stalls, face painting and more:-

      Regular stallholder John Hall    Sheep dog trials 

  Face painting    Bruce sorts out the sheep licences    Margaret and Andy in the tearoom


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.