Michael Fabricant presented cheques for over £1300 each to Reverend Ty Leyland for Kings Bromley All Saints Church organ restoration
fund and to Pam Collins for the Staffordshire Air Ambulance Service at the annual Kings Bromley Show held last Saturday, 23rd July.
Michael Fabricant also judged the "Dog with the Waggiest Tail" and assisted in the children’s races.
The theme of this year’s show was Medieval Legends and the main ring entertainment was provided by the Knights of the Crusades, Taro
the Jester and Sir Lupin of Pipwithers (a stilt-walking knight carried on the heads of his peasants) set the scene for a most
enjoyable day. Visitors tried their hand at the ancient art of bellringing in the mobile bell tower and test their skill at
Interesting and varied trade and craft stands and some excitingly different catering included Caribbean and Mexican foods were on
offer. The show benches in the competitive sections displayed some first class exhibits of art, cookery, crafts, floral art,
horticulture, photography, woodwork and young crafts. The horse section and dog show were well supported and provided excellent
The Open Gardens & Flower Festival were organised by Kate Bellamy, and sponsored by the Kings Bromley & District Horticultural
Society which runs the Show raised the money the previous weekend.
Photograph shows left to right: Kate Bellamy (festival organiser), Michael Fabricant MP, Pam Collins (Air Ambulance), and Rev Ty Leyland (Kings Bromley Church).