Yesterday was one of the North Easts agricultural shows, Wolsingham in the Wear Valley. Some of the stalwarts of the North East show folk turned up on a glorious sunny day for a change. We were greeted at the entrance to the show by Tony doing his dry stone walling. After a short delay to the start of the judging due to the terrier judge not turning up for the show and day turned out to be quite pleasant
Some of the visitors to the show with Ed Noad's and grand bairns in the back ground, Lesley struggling to hold onto Holly and TJ, what strong dogs both are. And a face from the past who some of you older bloggers might remember, Ron Savage and his daughter, must be at least 10 years since we last saw Ron. We also had a visit from lots of other folk both with and without Bedlingtons and was able to pass on the blog details and generally chat about and give info on the Bedlington breed. Next week Stanhope, if it's not raining, can't expect two week ends without rain. The Makems
Thank you Derek, it has to be an ideal show with a an Open Show and a Working Show at the same event. . What a lovely sunny day, well done to Summer and Issacc in the working show. From the photos it certainly looked a great bedlington day out!