GALLERY: Coldham fun day has everything from classic tractors to a dog show
- Credit: Archant
CLASSIC cars, tractors and lorries and a dog show drew in the crowds at Coldham’s sixth annual fun day.
Those in attendance on the village playing field were treated to an action packed event which raised about £900 for Coldham Residents Action Group.
The Mayor of March Councillor Andrew Pugh opened the fun day with the aid of the Town Crier Councillor Bernard Keane.
There was a tombola, raffle and a hook a duck run, as well as a Greyhound parade and a Tae Kwon Do display.
The dog show was very competitive, with a host of excellent entries.
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Vehicles on display included a static classic commercial lorry, a hand built stock car, a classic car, classic tractors and Honda Trikes.
The event was managed by David Brand and supported by the Co-op Farm at Coldham, Asda, Cobbydog, Wagg Foods and many enthusiastic villagers.
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