Matthew Winkel, George Stephens and Nicholas Winkel, loved the rides at the Dorrigo Show on the weekend.
Matthew Winkel, George Stephens and Nicholas Winkel, loved the rides at the Dorrigo Show on the weekend.

Dorrigo a mudder but still successful



IT was another successful day for the Dorrigo Show, despite the rain and storms that persisted in trying to drive people away.

There were plenty of activities, including rides for the kids, showjumping events, dog shows, and even fireworks and a band on Saturday night.

"Overall, we've had a really good show," organiser Patsy Squires said.

"Even if it was the muddiest show we've had."

Ms Squires said all the sections had really good entries and, while numbers were down from last year, there were plenty of visitors to enjoy them.

"The pavilion was lovely, as usual, and the demolition derby went off at the end," she said.

"Under the circumstances, I think it went really well."



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