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The kitchens of Hope will be providing tempting teas and cakes at Hope Show...

The kitchens of Hope will be providing tempting teas and cakes at Hope Show...
The kitchens of Hope will be providing tempting teas and cakes at Hope Show...The kitchens of Hope will be providing tempting teas and cakes at Hope Show...
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This year the teas, coffees and home made cakes tent at Hope Show is being run by the Friends of Hope Primary School.  Situated not far from the main ring, it is an ideal place to stop off and watch the world go by on Show day.

The kitchens of Hope will provide tempting homemade cakes, tray bakes and muffins…

Friends of Hope School (FOHS) exists to support the school, its staff, its pupils and its families.  Through its social network the Friends hope to ease the passage of new pupils and their parents into the school community. 

Through fund raising, practical assistance and social activities the Friends hope to enhance the wellbeing of the school.  This enhancement aims to bring about the best possible environment for the children’s education with the resources available. 

They are involved in fundraising activities generating funds for school trips or a new piece of equipment.  They run social activities for the children and parents, providing opportunities for parents to meet and socialise and helping to develop a good family atmosphere at the school.  A willing source of manpower too, they also provide practical help for the school in involvement with decorating, repairs and maintenance projects. 

So look out for the refreshment tent on the Showground on August Bank Holiday Monday.

 There’s something at Hope Show for all the family…

There will be Sheepdog Trials; Cattle and sheep; Horse classes in three rings on the showground; Heavy Horses; Sheep shearing and fleeces; Gundog competitions and Veteran, Vintage and Classic cars and motorcycles.; Horticultural Tent, Arts and Crafts.  All alongside stalls, trade stands and children’s attractions such as face painting, archery, a Circus workshop and Punch and Judy. 

Hope Show this year will feature “Blazing Saddles”, a Stunt Team who perform amazing stunts on horseback – a real ‘must see’”

The gates open at 8am.  Grand Parade is at 3pm.

Parking is FREE at the Showground between Hope and Castleton.

Postcode: S33 6RZ

Tickets cost: £9 for adults; £6 concessions and £3 for children aged 5-16; Under 5s are free. 

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