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THE hugely popular Ilmington Village and Horticultural Show on the recent Bank Holiday Monday was a big hit with visitors who were treated to a display by younger members of the Ilmington Morris Men plus a stunning fly past by an RAF Spitfire and Hurricane both of which roared and climbed into the blue skies above the sports field on Mickleton Road.

The Spitfire and Hurricane made several passes over Ilmington after displaying earlier at the Whichford Show. Photo: Mark Williamson
The Spitfire and Hurricane made several passes over Ilmington after displaying earlier at the Whichford Show.                                                                           Photo: Mark Williamson

Main ring events included performing dogs, birds of prey and a classic vehicle cavalcade.

Other entertainments included the Horticultural Society's Flower and Produce Show, a dog Show, and concert and, Major Mustard's Puppet Show, The Traditional Ilmington Morris Dancers, assault courses, boot camp, archery, barbeque, pig roast, teas, Hook Norton Brewery Bar, Pimms Tent, produce and craft stalls and a big fire engine.

See more photos from the show in this week's Stratford Herald.



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