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Annual Spring Working

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Holdens Farm
East Knoyle
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Wessex Heavy Horse Society holds it's Annual Spring Working at Holdens Farm, East Knoyle on A350 just off the A303.

There will be heavy horses ploughing, harrowing etc. There will also be displays, demonstrations and horse drawn vehicle rides. You will even be able to drive horses.

The event starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm.
£5 entry, under 12s free. Telephone: 01747824889
Contact name: Mrs Lynn Broom

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