VIDEO – Campsie Show is an amazing success for farmers, families and dazzling dancers

HUNDREDS of people took advantage of the good weather to turn out to this year’s Campsie Show.

The annual agricultural event, on Saturday, was a massive success.

Campsie Show'  Torrance Gala Queen Sophie Jackson , on her way to be crowned, with her Attendants Anna Patterson and Sally Hendry'1st June 2013'Pic: Roberto cavieres

Campsie Show' Torrance Gala Queen Sophie Jackson , on her way to be crowned, with her Attendants Anna Patterson and Sally Hendry'1st June 2013'Pic: Roberto cavieres

It featured attractions such as cattle, sheep and horse displays as well as vintage tractors and classic cars and motorbikes.

Back by popular demand were the Bonar School of Dancing , Culroren School of Highland Dancing and the Kaizen-Shoto Budo Karate Junior display team.

New this year were performances by the Kirkintilloch Ladies Choir and local folk group Inveroran, who are made up of pupils from Bocilair Academy in Bearsden.

Ever popular, the dog show also returned this year and the crowds thrilled to a spectacular display of chainsaw carving.

There were also a large variety of stalls for visitors to browse.

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