75th Pyrford & Wisley Village Show
Wow, what a show!
After 2 years of virtual shows, our Queens Platinum Jubilee themed annual show returned at Pyrford Cricket Club on 9th July. This year was our 75th year, and was enjoyed by all generations within the community. We were honoured to have the show opened by Councillor Saj Hussein, who was joined by Jonathan Lord MP, councillor Peter Graves and The Reverend Canon Nicholas Aiken.
The Junior, Domestic & Handicraft and Horticulture saw over 2,000 entries! The companion dog show also again proved to be popular with a record number of entries.
The judges awarded a total of 51 prizes across the Juniors, Domestic and Flower sections of the show. Standout winners included: Pyrford Primary School winning The Children’s Shield for the most outstanding entry in the junior section and The Marist Catholic Primary School winning The Roy Davey President’s Cup for the most interesting and attractive display of children’s work.
Arena events included performances by leading BMX stunt team Savage Skills, which has world champions and British champions among its riders, and performances by Pyrford Primary School and Julie Sianne Theatre Arts.
An innovation this year was the addition of more live music throughout the day and evening, and it was fantastic to see wonderful performances by local artists.
The show only happens thanks to the 100’s of people who volunteer, both on the day and those who serve on the committee during the year. To enable the show to continue we need more committee members and so if you would like to support this wonderful annual event please contact me.
We would love to hear from you as to what you would like to see at future shows and so please give us your feedback here
Looking forward to seeing you all again at next years show.
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