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« on: August 09, 2011, 12:55:55 AM »

Officially it's a Threshing Day - but there will be displays of various vintage vehicles, trade and craft stalls at the Ruthin Auction Centre.

As far as we know a vintage car road run will be calling in for their lunch break (they enjoyed themselves tremendously last year).

Visitors' entrance £4.00, children under 15 (accompanied by adults) free.

If you have a vintage/classic car, truck or motor bike and fancy a run out  to put it on display for the day contact me for the phone number of the person in charge of that section (there's a limited amount of space for caravans/mobile homes on the Friday and Saturday nights).

Craft Stalls, under cover, £8.00 - free if demonstrating a safe craft. Contact me (I'll allow one other soapy stall).

Stars of the show will be 2, possibly 3, working threshing machines with balers.

Profits to local charities or local branches (several hundred pounds last year).
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« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2011, 04:51:18 AM »

Elaine that sounds like a lot of fun!  I hope it is a wonderful time..... :buttrf:
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