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Days Gone By: Sunshine and fancy dress add to bumper Grundisburgh Village Show in 2005

PUBLISHED: 07:00 05 June 2018

Fancy dress competitiors line up for the judges at the Grundisburgh village show 13 years ago Picture: JOHN KERR

Fancy dress competitiors line up for the judges at the Grundisburgh village show 13 years ago Picture: JOHN KERR

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Sunshine helped draw in the crowds when Grundisburgh held its annual village show in 2005.

A scarecrow ready for judging   Picture: JOHN KERRA scarecrow ready for judging Picture: JOHN KERR

The event is a prominent fixture in the area’s calendar, organised by the Grundisburgh Burgh & Culpho Horticultural Society, and in recent years was renamed the Village Show.

A TARDIS and a tin of Heinz tomato soup were among the most imaginative costumes  Picture: JOHN KERRA TARDIS and a tin of Heinz tomato soup were among the most imaginative costumes Picture: JOHN KERR

The show features a range of competitive classes, from floral displays to jams and home baking, as well as entertainment and garden parties for the whole community to enjoy.

The Zippy Dipper ride was popular with youngsters at the Grundisburgh village show Picture: JOHN KERRThe Zippy Dipper ride was popular with youngsters at the Grundisburgh village show Picture: JOHN KERR

The 2005 spectacle included a number of family activities, from games and competitions, to rides on the ‘Zippy Dipper’ and a motorcycle show.

A motorcycle display was among the attractions   Picture: JOHN KERRA motorcycle display was among the attractions Picture: JOHN KERR

There was also a rather comical fancy dress competition which saw one young guests dress as a tin of Heinz tomato soup.

A piper plays the bagpipes at the Grundisburgh village show on Saturday   Picture: JOHN KERRA piper plays the bagpipes at the Grundisburgh village show on Saturday Picture: JOHN KERR

The event this year is taking place on July 14.

One way of keeping cool at the Grundisburgh village show Picture: JOHN KERROne way of keeping cool at the Grundisburgh village show Picture: JOHN KERR

Do you recognise anyone pictured in this gallery from the Grundisburgh Show 2005, or will you be going along this year? Email suffolkpicturedesk@archant.co.uk

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