AN AGRICULTURAL show is set for a Herefordshire town.

Leominster classic show and working weekend will take place this Saturday and Sunday (September 9 and 10) in Ludlow Road.

Cultivating, ploughing, static vehicles and two over a century old steam engines will all be on display.

Meanwhile, a tractor run and a procession of classic cars and lorries is planned to run through the town from 5pm on Saturday.


Tractor run timings

  • 5.10pm - B&Q Mill Street, Broad Street, Burgess Street, High Street
  • 5.15pm - The Ducker Bar, Etnam Street
  • 5.20pm - Hintons Worcester Road, Southern Avenue
  • 5.25pm - Leominster Motors, Hereford Road, South Street
  • 5.30pm - Aldi, Ryelands Road, Newlands Road, Westcroft
  • 5.35pm - Westield Walk Pharmacy, Bargates Road
  • 5.40pm - Barons Cross Junction, Godiva Road, Buckfield Road
  • 5.45pm - Green Lane, Broad Street
  • 5.50pm - B&Q Mill Street

The West Midlands Lawn Mower Racing Association will be present and running endurance and sprint grade 4 mower races which can reach speeds of up to 50mph.

The yearly ploughing match will consist of three classes and is open to all abilities and ages.

For animal lovers, a fun dog show with 10 classes, a gun dog display, the Westons cider shire horse team, the paws for thought dog display team and a falconry display are all promised for the event.

Local craft and trade stands will be selling their wares with plenty of food and drink on offer. A cider bar and handmade pizza from Dubdough has already been confirmed.

The annual event is hosted by the Leominster vintage club and will be raising money for brain injury charity Herefordshire headway.

The club was established by Brian Charles in 1997 for locals with an interest in all things vintage and many thousands of pounds from their events have been donated to charities in the area over the years.

More information on the event can be found at @Leominstervintageclub on facebook or by calling 07935296036

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