Kirriemuir Show made a blistering return on Saturday with what is believed to be a record-breaking attendance which flocked to the event staged in glorious sunshine near the town.
Wednesday, 20th July 2022, 3:00pm
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spokesperson for Kirriemuir District Agricultural Association, said: “What a fantastic day it was. After a gap of two years the show returned to East Muirhead of Logie and thankfully the sun was shining. The local community, and many from further afield, supported the show in droves.
(Photos: Wallace Ferrier)
A group of Highland dancers pose for our photographer before competing. Cousins Reece Brownlie and Finlay Wilson enjoy the sun while playing on a straw bale. The public and judges view the Highland cattle as they are led round the showring. D & E Proctor with their Pure Clydesdale McFin Diamond Duke, of Gask Farm, Letham who won Champion Harness. Kenny McKeague with the Champion Simmental group of three, from Crudie Simmentals Tannadice. Also pictured is judge Jim Muirhead. Ben MacDonald, of Meadows of Ballaid, with his first placed Beltex cross. Kinclune Autumn Rose of R & M Osborne, Kinclune Farm, Kirriemuir, which was named Champion Highland. Lindsay Nelson with the champion Limousin purebred bull calf from I & G Grant, Bank of Gallery North Waterbridge. Six-year-old Cohen Neil, from Panbride Livestock, who was proud as punch to receive second place with his Highland Cow, The Colonel. Children`s yoga instructor Linda Mackie of Creative Spank Yoga swamped by some of her pupils.