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Bernardo draws the cover for the South Suffolk programme

The South Suffolk Show programme cover drawn by Bernardo Tem Tem Sousa
The South Suffolk Show programme cover drawn by Bernardo Tem Tem Sousa

Visitors to Sunday’s South Suffolk Show will be guided around the showground by a programme decorated by a four-year-old artist.

The show at Ampton Racecourse near Ixworth asked pupils at St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School, Bury St Edmunds, to design a cover for the programme.

The picture chosen was by Bernardo Tem Tem Sousa and shows a blue horse and rider and a tractor and red trailer (or it might be a quad bike).

Committee member Aaran Ellis said: We had 60 entries and Bernardo’s was the best. It’s a very happy little picture.”

This year, the show has introduced a trail for children, sponsored by Cherry Trees Montessori School, where youngsters aim to collect 10 stamps around the show to be entered into a draw for a family ticket next year.

Gates open at 8.30am for the show which promises a ‘traditional, rural day out’ with craft marquee, food hall, countryside area, vintage farm machinery, trade stands and horse and livestock classes.


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