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At a meeting of the Hope Sheepdog Trials and Agricultural Society at La Farge Cement Works, this years President Alastair Sneddon presented cheques of £100 each to: - St Peters Church, Hope Methodist Church, Loxley Hall, St Johns Ambulance Cadets, Royal British Legion, Bakewell and Eyam Community Transport, Chapel-en-le-Frith Mobile Physiotherapy, Hope Valley Medical Aids and the Lockerbrook Centre.  Come to the HOPE SHOW, on AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY, enjoy a family day out in the beautiful Peak District and glimpse life in the countryside.  A traditional Agricultural Show, dating back to 1853, based on farming customs and run by an army of volunteers, the Hope Show raises money for local Societies and Charitable organisations.  The object of the Society is to promote and support the development of interest in agriculture and the rural way of life.

This year at the Show you will see Sheepdog Trials, Show jumping; Heavy Horses; Cattle and Sheep; Alpacas; Gundog competitions; Vintage cars, Motorbikes, Tractors and Engines; Horticultural Tent; Crafts and numerous children’s attractions.