A competition for everyone

Battling the blaze: The Rural Fire Service put on a great demonstration for the crowd and displayed their fire fighting skills. Photo: File.
Battling the blaze: The Rural Fire Service put on a great demonstration for the crowd and displayed their fire fighting skills. Photo: File.

The Trundle P&A Society are looking forward to another bumper crowd at this years show. Approximately 500 people attend the 2018 show which was a great result considering the tough times the region is experiencing.

Winners: Mae and Phelly Robson show off their sideshow alley prizes. Photo: File.

Winners: Mae and Phelly Robson show off their sideshow alley prizes. Photo: File.

Trundle P&A Secretary, Eliza Kelly, said the committee was excited about welcoming people from all over. "We welcome and look forward to seeing everyone again and some new faces in 2019," she said.

Along with the speed shearing competition, dog high jump and lawn mower racing, sideshow alley also promises to be popular.

Test of skill: Daniel Crowley walked away with an awesome truck as his prize after testing his skill in sideshow alley. Photo: File.

Test of skill: Daniel Crowley walked away with an awesome truck as his prize after testing his skill in sideshow alley. Photo: File.

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Whether it's taking a spin on the dodgems or trying your luck at winning a prize, there is sure to be plenty of action. For more information about the 2019 Trundle Show, visit www.mytrundle.com.au or contact the Trundle P&A Society.