Classic and vintage cars, tractors, and motorbikes were a plenty at the 9th annual Harby Country Show

Vintage cars always attract interest PHOTO: Tim Williams

Vintage cars always attract interest PHOTO: Tim Williams

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The rural farming community in the Vale of Belvoir came together to enjoy the best of country life at the weekend.

Harby’s Country Show, which took place on Saturday and Sunday enjoyed a bumper crowd of over 1,500 for its 9th year.

Rick Hamblin and Becky Scott in their 1938 Panther Red Wing from Old Dalby Motorcycle Museum PHOTO: Tim Williams

Rick Hamblin and Becky Scott in their 1938 Panther Red Wing from Old Dalby Motorcycle Museum PHOTO: Tim Williams

The event at Canal Farm Vintage Centre, in Langar Lane, which is organised by The Vale of Belvoir Machinery Group, included Hawks Of Steel, a bird of prey display company, sheep dog demonstrations, stalls and a fairground.

There was also 50 classic and vintage cars, 70 tractors and 40 motorbikes.

Marcus Hardy, chair of the Vale of Belvoir Machinery Group and show manager, said: “Due to unforeseen weather circumstances the show was abit of a wash out on Saturday, but on Sunday, it was very busy.

“We expect to have raised around £2,000 which we will donate to Notts Air Ambulance and other local groups and clubs.

Cyclists admire some machinery from a bygone age PHOTO: Tim Williams

Cyclists admire some machinery from a bygone age PHOTO: Tim Williams

“I would like to thank all those who attended. In particular REF tractors and John Deere.

“The event will enter its 10th year next September and we hope to have a record attendance figure.”

Kate Darcey and Rosemary Gibson step back in time with the Grantham Canal Society PHOTO: Tim Williams

Kate Darcey and Rosemary Gibson step back in time with the Grantham Canal Society PHOTO: Tim Williams

Classic motorcycle machinery takes to the arena PHOTO: Tim Williams

Classic motorcycle machinery takes to the arena PHOTO: Tim Williams

The New St.George Morris Dancers strut their stuff PHOTO: Tim Williams

The New St.George Morris Dancers strut their stuff PHOTO: Tim Williams