The Wrawby Horticultural Society Show was a success again this year and the committee would like to thank all exhibitors, judges, prize donators and helpers. Without you we wouldn't be able to keep the tradition of a small village show.
Special thanks go to Reverend Trudy Hobson for presenting the prizes.
The cup winners were:
More photographs by Jim Flewker and Ken Harrison (to whom thanks!) have been posted in the website Gallery.
On 5th September 20 of the world’s top cycling teams will take on a 172-kilometre stage of the Tour Of Britain, starting from Normanby Hall Country Park and finishing in the heart of Scunthorpe near Central Park.
The race between Scawby and Melton Ross is due to take place between 1.45 and 2.00 pm with the cyclists passing through Wrawby at about 1.56 pm where they compete for a King Of The Mountain (KOM) award.
There will be live coverage on ITV4 on the day and you can find out more at the Tour website: http://www.nltour.co.uk/
Congratulations to Reuben Kelly whose poster advertising the event won the Editors’ class at Wrawby Show.
North Lincolnshire Council has announced that to help the Tour of Britain cycle race run smoothly, there will be no bin, box or bag collections on Tuesday 5 September 2017.
If Tuesday is your usual collection day, the council will collect as follows:
Wrawby has been placed third in the Large Village group of this year’s CPRE North Lincolnshire Best Kept Village competition.
We scored 144 out of a possible 150 and were beaten by Scawby with 146 points and Barrow on Humber with 145. The group includes villages with populations between 1000 and 4000.
The judges commented that “Wrawby is a very pleasant village with many attractive features. There are some very attractive gardens and effective community planting.”