Yeoval is gearing up to host the 78th Annual Show next month in what promises to be a fantastic family day out.
Yeoval PA&H president, Philip Hunter, said the show will be a good opportunity to highlight and showcase the community’s excellent array of produce and livestock after a challenging 2017 and dry start to 2018.
This year’s show will feature a number of different sections sure to spark the interest of all show goers. Sections range from livestock categories, to farm produce, home mades, arts and crafts, schoolwork and photography.
Also not to be missed is the popular wood chop, Cherokee Dance Group, tug-o-war and dog high jump.
Be sure to head to the Yeoval Showground on Tuesday, May 1 to catch the fun.