We entered the event's site from the very far end of the promenade and first things first was to have a quick look around a brand new caravan for sale. We both agreed that if we were going to own one it would be a new one, it was so much nicer than the one we had stayed in last year, a supposedly dog-friendly caravan but unfortunately was rather sub-standard.
Walking towards the stalls I turned around to see a sheep being walked on a lead. Annie was totally unfazed by it but it's not something you see every day, not even in Wales. The lady in the next photo who was stroking it told me it's name was Horlicks, as in the drink, I've no idea why, I didn't ask :)
Further along was the ring for the animal rescue's dog show and our good friend Sue gave us a big hug each and asked if we would be entering Annie into the show. As there was an hour to wait for the show to start we decided not to wait and said our goodbyes.
There was a stall for the castle's preservation trust which if you remember we went to the castle's open day last week. They were holding a tombola on the stall, Martyn bought a ticket for a pound and won himself a very nice history book. In fact, if he had been able to choose any prize on the stall it would have been that book.
Moving on there was a stall with snakes in plastic boxes but I didn't linger for long there.
Finally, there was a speed wood carving event about to take place. It was announced that following the half hour display there would be an auction of the pieces, the highest bidder would win. There were some carvings which had already been made which we assumed were for sale and as I quite liked a couple of the wooden houses, Martyn asked how much they were. They were very reasonably priced and as not needing a mortgage I decided to buy one outright :)
It was rather bulky to take back to the car but worth it as it now sits proudly in my mole garden :)