The Royal Norfolk Show 2017: Easton and Otley College students preparing for Norfolk Show

Easton and Otley College's floristry team at the Norfolk Show, from left, Gillian Lincoln, Amanda Hu

Easton and Otley College's floristry team at the Norfolk Show, from left, Gillian Lincoln, Amanda Hughes and Alison Cooper. Photo: East - Credit: Archant

College students are getting ready to take part in Norfolk's biggest agricultural show this week.

Staff and students from Easton and Otley College will be dotted around several locations at the Norfolk Show on June 28.

Agricultural students will be showing a mixture of Red Poll cattle, commercial and Norfolk Horn sheep as the livestock competition begins.

Meanwhile, the floristry department will be creating a design in the flower tent and making buttonholes for visitors who attend the Federation of Small Businesses stand.

Other activities include a mini-golf-themed garden, bush tucker trials, a tractor simulator and various sporting activities.


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College spokesperson, John Nice, said: 'The Royal Norfolk Show is always a fantastic event where the county comes together to celebrate everything that is great about living and working in this fantastic part of the world.'

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