THE Tamworth Show is over for another year and whether you were a thrill seeker or looking for something a little more sedate, there was plenty for everyone.
Organisers were pleased with the crowds, with gate takings up this year, despite the show being cut from three days to two.
Sideshow alley was of course where much of the action was, but the smash-up derby and inter-school steer riding also provided their fair share of thrills and spills and proved popular with the crowds.
Tamworth P and A president John Rodd said they were happy with livestock and pavilion entries, the sheepdog trials had been strong and scores of high school
students made their mark in the judging ring.
“Overall the show went off very well,” he said.