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Trinity Park, Suffolk

A beautiful day weather-wise greeted 3000 children at Trinity Park, Ipswich for Suffolk Agricultural Association's Farm & Countryside Fair and what a busy day it turned out to be for the NGO Educational Trust.

The morning was excellent with both schoolchildren & teachers alike showing great interest and understanding of the display and the story being told by the Trust representatives, in this case the husband and wife team of Yvonne and Brian Hayes. During the morning one of the appointed stewards made a point of explaining that the NGO ET display was the one where children & teachers listened, concentrated, and actively took part in the discussions.

The afternoon was a little different, what ever do they put in children's lunchboxes that makes them so energetic or even hyperactive.

Reflecting later Brian Hayes said "It was a good day for the Trust and I was really pleased to say that on the way home up the A14 at least two people in cars drew along side and gave us a wave and a thumbs up. Don't know who you were but thanks guys it is nice to know we are being recognised and shown support."

East Anglia Air Ambulance at the show
Cutting planks with a chainsaw
Children and teachers visit the NGO ET stand
Pest control display
Children checking out the ducks
Anyone for hot food?
Children move around the displays
Spinning wheel
Is that a bicycle juicer?
Suffolk 2014 montage


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