Kingsbridge Show has been confirmed for 2022

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Kingsbridge Show has been confirmed for 2022

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It has been confirmed that Kingsbridge Show WILL be taking place this year.

A spokesperson for the show stated,

"We are delighted to confirm Kingsbridge Show is back and will be going ahead on Saturday 3rd September 2022... on the usual show field at Borough Farm, TQ9 7QP, by kind permission of the Smaridge family. Classes include, cattle, sheep, horses, birds, pets, horticulture, homecraft, children & young farmers. There are many trade stands and we offer a main ring program packed full of quality entertainment for all. Top this off with a food & drink/craft marquee and live music throughout the day and you’ve got the perfect family day out."

2022 just gets better and better!

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