More than 1,300 people flock to Bishop Wilton Show

Zoe Lennon with her winning pottery.
Zoe Lennon with her winning pottery.

More than 1,300 people attended the 116th Bishop Wilton Show and Craft Fair which had a different feel to it after being held at the High Callis Wold Farm for the first time.

There were more than 300 classes available for the public to enter, from horses and plants to children’s classes and pets corner.

The Atkinson Stunt Horses show was the main entertainment of the day with many different tricks from the horses and their daredevil owners, while music was provided by the Driffield Silver Band

One of the popular events was award-winning artist Catherine Inglis, who gave an interactive art demonstration and was exhibiting her work along with some art students. One of her most famous portraits of David Hockney was on display which took the eye of the general public.

Full story and more pictures in this week’s (24 July) Pocklington Post.