Bromham Wheel

2010 Show

What a superb day we had for the 2010 Bromham Show, lovely weather coupled with the widest range of activities seen in many years, and a record attendance this century – amazing! There was plenty for everyone to do and see throughout the afternoon, whatever their age, from the central arena attractions and side shows, to the craft fair and of course the many hundreds of exhibits created by the people of the village.

Lorna Milton from Three Counties radio opened the show following a performance of opera and classical songs by local soprano Irene Grant-Jones during a spectacular balloon release.

NEXUS Drum and Bugle Corps youth marching band performed a series of disciplined musical pieces, Dance Vybz the award winning youth dance group performed contemporary street dance, Stuart Barns from New Zealand gave a fascinating display of sheepdog obedience using only rescue dogs and some rather skittish sheep to the delight of the onlookers.

There was a large vehicle attendance from classics cars, vintage buses and motorcycles, to radio controlled model cars.

Les Wooding, a Bromham resident showed a hand made model of a showman’s steam engine plus many other very accurate models that he had made over the years in his workshop at home.

As usual, the craft marquee was a huge success with crafts on display and for sale including, ceramics, needlecraft, soaps, handmade wooden toys, handmade gift cards, jewellery, cakes and preserves.

The competition class exhibits continued to be a very popular attraction with each class fully subscribed proving that there are some very skilled and talented people in our village.

The afternoon finished with the presentation of the cups and trophies for the competition exhibits and the drawing of the grand prize draw.

An extremely successful day and very gratifying for the show team members who work diligently throughout the year to provide this annual event for the pleasure of the community, than you to everyone who came along and making it such a successful day.

Bromham Show