20,000 expected at Weeting Steam Rally
More than 20,000 people are expected to descend on the Norfolk-Suffolk border for the annual Weeting Steam Engine Rally County Show, which runs from Friday to Sunday.
A Norfolk farm is preparing to stage one of the region's biggest engine rallies.
More than 20,000 people from across the country are expected to descend on the Norfolk-Suffolk border for the annual Weeting Steam Engine Rally County Show, which starts on Friday.
A diverse mix of grand ring displays, agricultural demonstrations, and hundreds of vintage engines are set to wow audiences over the three-day event at Fengate Farm, near Brandon.
It is the 39th rally at the Breckland village, with highlights including a motorbike stunt team, dog agility demonstrations, dancing horses, helicopter flights, outdoor laser combat, fairground rides, and traditional engine parades.
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The 170-acre showground will be open from 9am to 11pm, Friday and Saturday, and 9am to 5pm on Sunday, with free car parking and free transport for elderly and disabled people. Prices are £5 for adults on Friday and £7 on Saturday and Sunday, with under-14s free.
For more information, visit www.weetingrally.co.uk
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