A popular country show has announced its line-up of entertainment for this year’s event, set to draw in the crowds over the Easter weekend.
The annual Kelmarsh Country Show, which attracted more than 30,000 people in 2013, will take place within the picturesque grounds of Kelmarsh Hall on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
One of the new attractions for this year’s event being held on April 5 and 6 is the Kelmarsh Flower Show.
The Clipston & District Flower Club, Garden Wise, Kibworth Garden Centre, the Plant Man, Lutterworth Plant and Bonsai will have their arrangements and an array of blooms on display in the marquee.
There will also be a hands-on area where visitors can try their hand at flower arranging using the techniques they have learnt from the professionals.
Also new to this year’s show is the Folk Roots Festival, ideal for all music enthusiasts.
Kicking off with The Old Speckled Men, a talented three-piece band from the East Midlands folk roots circuit, before finishing with The Rosellys, a band heavily influenced by several trips to the USA.
A motorcycle display has also been confirmed for this year’s show, with The Inch Perfect Trials Display set to stun the crowds with their amazing balance and control of their bikes through twists, jumps and vertical drops.
Other attractions announced for the 2015 Kelmarsh Country Show include CJ’s Birds of Prey, The Lamb National, Bob Hogg’s Sheepdog Display, and the City of Coventry Corps of Drums to name but a few.
Having been held for more than 25 years, the annual show is popular with families, with a wide range of attractions and entertainment available.