Exciting three days ahead for Moss Vale

Exciting three days ahead for Moss Vale

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Moss Vale Show committee will again be running their three-day annual show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 20-22.

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Simon Hill, Deidre Magnus and Cassie Hill enjoyed the horse jumping at the 133rd Moss Vale Show. Photo Matthew Welch.

Simon Hill, Deidre Magnus and Cassie Hill enjoyed the horse jumping at the 133rd Moss Vale Show. Photo Matthew Welch.

Moss Vale Show committee will again be running their three-day annual show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, March 20-22.

Although there is a host of activities spilt across the three days, one event in particular will be exciting this year is the woodchop.

"The woodchop will be back running on the Saturday so competitors can compete at other shows," a spokesman said.

"We are running a special ladies underhand handicap event this year, sponsored by Sam Backhouse Tree Services, with a first prize of $500 up for grabs.

"This is certainly an event to attract not only a large number of competitors, but a good crowd of spectators will also enjoy watching it.

"Another attraction this year will be the Demolition Derby with $1000 prize money in the Open race and $1000 in the four-cylinder.

"This is proudly being sponsored by Moss Vale Spare Parts.

"Plenty of other attractions include live music, fireworks, rides for the kids, pet show, farmyard nursery, pavilion exhibits, wood turning guild, Mower Mania, the young farmers challenge and much more."

The grand parade will be on Saturday afternoon.

There will be horse events and show jumping across two-days, while poultry, Alpacas and beef cattle will also feature.

Entry will be $15 or the opportunity to become a member is $22.

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