The Wrangle Show

The Wrangle show was the original Lincolnshire show and was held in the field opposite where it is held today.

In its heyday it would have attracted thousands of people to the village. It started in the late 1800s and had ploughing matches and also a week-long plough show.

During the Victorian times the show took a break and before World War One the people of Wrangle raised money for the show by singing songs and acting out sketches. There was another break because of World War Two.

The present form of the show has been running almost continously since 1978, with one break in 2001 because of the Foot and Mouth outbreak in which a fete was held instead in the grounds of the Parish Hall. Since then the show has had its run of the great British weather with both good and bad days, but these were all overshadowed by the 2010 show which is said to have been the 'biggest and best yet'



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