Amazing vehicles make their way to March market place as part of vintage rally
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A step back to days gone by was in store for people in March when a vintage steam show held a rally of vehicles in the town’s market square.
The March Steam and Vintage Show saw people flock to Floods Ferry for a weekend of music, activities and fun.
One of the organisers said: “A great big thank you to all who attended the March steam show we have had a cracking weekend, good weather a great selection of exhibits and a brilliant atmosphere.
“Once again thank you to all the exhibitors without who it would not be possible to have the event. Lets do it all again next year.”
Musical entertainment was from singer Steve Lake as well as The Jailbreakers.
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There was an auction in the arena and the road run in to the town, with best in show trophy judged by town mayor Councillor Kim French.
The Ramsey (March) Steam and Vintage show is back for it’s third year to build on the huge success of the previous two years.
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The show is all about having something for the whole family to enjoy.
There was a huge variety of exhibits from large and small steam, vintage vehicles, tractors and more with a wide range of trade and catering stalls.
There was two days of arena displays as well as performances by the Wild Bunch Cowboys in their purpose built town alongside craft tent, a bar with real ales, fairground rides, auto jumble, auction, road run and miniature steam train rides there is something for everyone
There was also a display by Ken Fox Wall of Death from Cambridge.