Picture Gallery: Snetterton wins the crowd at summer show

Scores of families took the opportunity to spend time in the sun at a Summer Extravaganza in Snetterton this afternoon (Sunday).

The World Horse Welfare event, which is in its third year, featured displays from the Household Cavalry, including former rescue horse Digger who was rehomed with the regiment last spring, and equine display team The Stallions of Substance.

Mini Mayhem, Hall Farm's very own Shetland racing unit, was back by popular demand and a rehoming display by the charity's grooms, demos by its farrier, dentist and vet, face painting, donkey rides, vintage tractors and cars and a dog show, also kept the crowds happy.

Centre promotions officer, Maxine Langley, said: 'It's an opportunity for us to open our doors and show off the work of the charity.

'Normally on our open days it's free but for this we charge a small amount and put on extra displays for everyone to enjoy. We receive no government or lottery funding so we rely on lots of fundraising.

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'It's very much a family day out and it's gone really well - we've had a fantastic turnout.'

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