GOOD FUN: Camel rides were popular at the show.
GOOD FUN: Camel rides were popular at the show. Glen Porteous

Wrap up of the Callide Valley show

THE Callide Valley Agricultural and Pastoral Show has been another great success and already planning is being organised for next year.

Show president Tanya Belousoff said there were great crowds who enjoyed the activities and volunteers who supported it.

"It was well attended by patrons on both days and all the sections that came together to help make the show a success,” Ms Belousoff said.

"People came from around the region and other areas to be a part of it and it was amazing to see.”

She said the volunteers from community groups and in general were an integral part of the show and she was very humbled for their time and effort.

There will be little time for the show society to rest on its laurels with planning for next year's to start in June.



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